The Vancouver Province spoke with Jennifer Love Hewitt during her recent stop in Toronto where the singer promoted her new album ‘BareNaked’. Asked if she planned on touring in support of the album, Jennifer admitted, “I want to know that an audience really wants me to be there. But I don’t want to do it if I’m going to get to some stadium and there’s four people . . . That would be depressing.”
She admits success in music won’t be easy, despite her established film career. “You just have to work really hard in the music industry because there’s so many people and I’m coming in at a time when there’s 900 other female singer-songwriters exactly my age,” she said.
Highs And Lows Of VMAs All Lows For Pop
August 31, 2002 – Tony Hicks of the Contra Costa Times reviewed the MTV Video Music Awards explaining the few highs and mostly lows of the show. Amongst the lows were the outfits worn by Britney Spears and Christina Aguilera, Michael Jackson’s “award”, Jennifer Love Hewitt was introduced as “singer and songwriter Jennifer Love Hewitt,” Avril Lavigne winning an award, and *NSYNC star Justin Timberlake’s first solo performance. There were no “highs” for pop music acts.
Jennifer Love Hewitt To Host ‘Women Rock’ Concert
August 28, 2002 – Zap2it.com reports Jennifer Love Hewitt will host the third annual ‘Women Rock! Girls & Guitars’ concert, sponsored by Lifetime network and Marie Claire magazine. Hewitt will be performing alongside yet-to-be-announced musical guests. The show will air on Lifetime Friday, Oct. 25 at 10 p.m. ET.
Jennifer Love Hewitt Was Concerned Signing With Jive
August 22, 2002 – Jane Stevenson of the Toronto Sun caught up with Jennifer Love Hewitt to talk about her fourth album ‘BareNaked’, due October 8th on Jive Records. Jennifer says signing on with the same label that’s home to the Britney Spears, Backstreet Boys, and *NSYNC did cause her some concern.
“That was a small fear in the beginning, because I didn’t want to be similar to the other artists that they had,” she admitted. “I wanted to find my own individuality. Believe me, I listen to Britney Spears, I listen to NSYNC, I listen to the Backstreet Boys. I’m a total fan. But I just wanted to be my own person. And I wanted to find my own thing.”