Now that Ellen is a big football fan, there's no one better to get her ready for the Super Bowl than her friend, New Orleans Saints quarterback and last year's Super Bowl Most Valuable Player, DREW BREES.
Valentine's Day is coming soon, so the beautiful and sweet JENNIFER LOVE HEWITT is getting in the spirit with her TV movie, "The Lost Valentine." She's sure to have some stories about working alongside Betty White!
The hilarious JOEL McHALE is stopping by today for the very first time. Not only is he starring in the hilarious show "Community" and continuing to host "The Soup," he's made some time to visit Ellen. http://www.facebook.com/pages/Jennifer-Love-Hewitt-3/226398249467?ref=mf#!/event.php?eid=146056838786264
I know what Jennifer Love Hewitt may be doing with her boyfriend Alex Beh this spring. She and Beh will be in Chicago filming the coming-of-age indie flick Warren. Beh not only wrote the movie, but he’s also producing, directing and costarring in it. Hewitt is playing his ex-girlfriend.
And then she’ll be going behind the camera to make her feature film directorial debut with a big screen adaptation of children’s horror book, Wait Until Helen Comes. “I directed [Ghost Whisperer] a few times so this is new and exciting,” Hewitt told me earlier this week at TV Land’s party for Hot In Cleveland and new series Retired at 35.
She wants to shoot in the flick in Rhode Island. Casting hasn’t begun, but Hewitt said, “I would love Maria Bello to be in it. I would love her to play the mom in it.”
For now, Hewitt has Sunday’s Globes to worry about. She’s up for Best Actress in a Miniseries/TV Movie for her starring role as a suburban housewife-turned-call girl in Lifetime’s…
Jennifer Love Hewitt knows, especially given her name, that she’ll always be linked to romance.
Last year, the former “Ghost Whisperer” star became an author with the relationship memoir “The Day I Shot Cupid,” and she made headlines again for having a new beau … actor-director Alex Beh. Hewitt’s next television project reaffirms her ties to love: She stars with Betty White in the “Hallmark Hall of Fame” drama “The Lost Valentine” Sunday, Jan. 30, on CBS.
“I definitely tend to gravitate toward things that have romance in them,” Hewitt confirms to Zap2it. “I had a lot of fun writing the book, and I really would like to write another one at some point, though I’m not sure when I’ll be able to do that. I learned some things from people who read the book, and I learned some things about myself on the book tour. I feel I have some things to say about that.”
However, Hewitt has nothing to say — not yet, at least — about Valentine’s Day 2011. “It’s one of my favorite …