Jennifer Love Hewitt accompanied her boyfriend, Jamie Kennedy, to a gig he had hosting a go-go dancing contest in Vegas. Unsurprisingly, Hewitt was none too pleased with the event, which had her man ogling scantily clad women working their stuff. The two were seen and photographed arguing, although Hewitt did stick around to see to it that Kennedy behaved himself:
Upset that Jamie… took a “demeaning” job hosting [a] Jan. 28 event [the TAO a Go Go party in Las Vegas], “Jennifer was seething the entire time,” a source tells Star. “She can’t stand the type of girls in these contests – they’re all in their underwear – but she had to be there to make sure they stayed away from her man!”
Another eyewitness says that Jennifer, 30, sulked the entire time Jamie, 39, hosted the event at the Venetian hotel and that she repeatedly complained she was unhappy and wanted to leave.
Jennifer and Jamie, who shot down breakup whispers last September when Internet rumors claimed Jamie was still sleeping with an ex-girlfriend, have been fighting constantly over their future, adds another insider. “She wants marriage and kids immediately, while he is really hesitant and wants to wait” – especially since Jennifer ended her engagement to Ross McCall only a year ago.
[From Star Magazine, print edition, February 15, 2010]
Who wouldn’t be annoyed with their partner judging a go-go dancing contest? There are plenty of women that are secure enough to be ok with it, but I know I wouldn’t want to be there. Hewitt deserves some credit for even sticking around. I wouldn’t make much of Hewitt getting pissy, but there’s something to the rumors that she’s pressing Kennedy for a commitment while he’s stalling. Last June, she said during a live radio interview with Kennedy that he needed to propose soon. “By this time next year, if we’re not planning something, then there’s a situation.” Later, Hewitt admitted that Kennedy called her “pear ass” as a term of endearment and that she was ok with it. I just get the impression that Hewitt isn’t playing it cool and is pressuring Kennedy. That type of dynamic rarely plays out well.