But now if reports are to be believed, the former Party of Fiver and Ghost Whisperer star is putting all her past heartache behind her for a shot at new love by signing a deal to be the new spokeswoman for eHarmony, where she'll not only tout the company's success at online matchmaking but get set up as well.
So is this rumor really real? Well, E! News did some digging and can definitely say the answer is…
"There is absolutely no truth to it," Hewitt's rep, Sarah Fuller, tells E! News when asked about a story that first surfaced on a gossip blog picked up by The Superficial.
The original item claimed eHarmony "found one guy and flew him to Los Angeles for a date and the guy said 'she was bored, disinterested and was just doing it for the money.' "
Now that we know the truth, if there's anything Love's doing for boatloads of cash these days, it's showing off those curves in the latest issue of Maxim (her fourth cover, BTW).
The 33-year-old thesp is also taking a sexy turn as the star of the new Lifetime series The Client List, in which she plays a mother of two who moonlights as a prostitute. The drama premieres on the cable channel April 8.