Jennifer Love Hewitt Discusses "Vagazzling"

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Jan. 15 2010 11:58 AM

Jennifer Love Hewitt Discusses "Vagazzling"

We all have our ways of getting over a rough break-up. Tuesday night, Jennifer Love Hewitt shared her own technique for ending the break-up-blues with George Lopez on his show Lopez Tonight : vagazzling .

No, vagazzling is not an offshoot of the beading sensation the Bedazzler . This is actually a technique of adorning your lady bits in Swarovski crystals. Hewitt claims it "looked like a disco ball down there."

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Although I can name far more destructive ways to forget about an ex, this seems to reach a whole new level in strange things celebrities do with their money. I'm especially surprised and appalled this is coming from Hewitt, who only a few years ago refused to take abuse from the tabloids when unflattering rear-end pictures of her surfaced.

Perhaps Swarovski is giving her some sort of sponsorship for this whole thing, also apparently mentioned in her new book The Day I Shot Cupid: Hello, My Name Is Jennifer Love Hewitt and I'm a Love-aholic .

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