Not only is Jennifer Love Hewitt set to become a mom, but she is also set to become a wife. Just a day after her pregnancy was announced, Hewitt’s rep has confirmed the actress is engaged to marry the father of her baby, actor Brian Hallisay.
“Yes, they are engaged,” the rep tells People magazine.
No other details on the proposal were released. Hewitt announced her pregnancy on Tuesday. “This is a wonderful time and we are looking forward to starting our family together,” she said in a statement.
Hewitt and Hallisay, both 34, have been dating for more than a year. They previously appeared together on NBC’s Love Bites and currently co-star on Lifetime’s The Client List.
Hewitt was previously engaged to Scottish actor Ross McCall. After their split in 2008, Hewitt began dating her Ghost Whisperer co-star Jamie Kennedy. They split in 2010.
Actress and singer Jennifer Love Hewitt is reportedly in talks to become a new judge on the talent show The X-Factor.
Creator and judge Simon Cowell is said to be “very interested” in the star, while former Destiny’s Child star Kelly Rowland, a former judge on the U.K. version of X Factor, and Reba McEntire are also in the running to become judges, according to UsMagazine.com.
Earlier this month, Cowell confirmed that both he and Demi Lovato would be returning for the show’s third season, while Mario Lopez will be back as host.
His sidekick Khloe Kardashian will not return.
Joe Jonas and Jennifer Love-Hewitt Return For New “Hot in Cleveland” Episode.
Victoria’s (Wendie Malick) daughter Emmy (Hewitt) is back for a visit with some very surprising news – she’s engaged to Melanie’s (Valerie Bertinelli) son Will (Jonas)! Joy (Jane Leeves) is dating a blind man who thinks she’s 26 and Elka (Betty White) is prank-calling a certain Yankee third baseman.
Jennifer Love Hewitt has landed her dream job – she has been hired to cover the red carpet at the final Twilight movie premiere for TV show Access Hollywood.
The die hard fan revealed she has yet to meet Twilight hero Robert Pattinson after he snubbed her at a photo signing, and now TV bosses have stepped in to make her wish come true.
Appearing on Access Hollywood Live on Tuesday (01Feb11), the actress told host Billy Bush, “I actually waited in line to take a picture of him (Pattinson) after the very first premiere for, like, an hour and 15 minutes and, as I got up to take my picture, they were like, ‘Robert, are you tired?’ He’s like, ‘Yes’, and he left.” But then Bush offered her the job of a lifetime, asking Hewitt if she’d be interested in reporting on the red carpet at the next Twilight premiere.
Thrilled Hewitt screamed and said, “Are you kidding? Really…? Oh my God… This is amazing… I’m gonna get (vampire) teeth… I’m gonna get him (Pattinson) to sit on my lap.”
Amazon warrior Wonder Woman is set to return to the small screen – more than three decades after actress LYNDA CARTER made the role famous.
The New Adventures of Wonder Woman, adapted from the classic DC Comic series, aired in America from 1975 to 1979.
Another TV series was attempted in the 1990s, but the project was scrapped due to casting concerns over Carter’s successor.
Now Boston Legal creator David E. Kelley has signed a deal with Warner Bros. and DC Entertainment bosses to write and produce a revamped version, reports Deadline.com.
Casting details have yet to be announced. However, Hollywood actresses have previously lined-up to take over the role in a long-awaited Wonder Woman movie, including Jennifer Love Hewitt, Megan Fox, Eliza Dushku, Sandra Bullock and Beyonce Knowles.