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Jennifer • Jun 28, 2010 • Interviews

Jennifer Love Hewitt has revealed fans of her show The Ghost Whisperer are always sharing their paranormal experiences with her. The 31-year-old plays Melinda Gordon, who is able to speak to dead people, in the hit CBS show – which has just been canceled after five seasons – and viewers often share their real-life encounters with her.

Jennifer revealed: “I have a lot of very unusual, incredibly emotional experiences with people where people will just come up to me and they’ll be like, ‘Can you just sit with me a second? I have to tell you my story because it had to do with the storyline last Friday night’, and then they’ll just start balling like, in the mall.” She added: “Then I have other times when I have people who will just be convinced that there is a ghost attached to them and that I need to get it off of them, right there when I’m buying lettuce in the middle of the grocery store. It kind of goes from both spectrums, from really touching to really funny. People really think that Melinda Gordon is alive and well and out there ready to help!”

The actress revealed she tries to think what her character would do so she can help the people she meets. She said: “I’ve had to learn the right thing to say because a lot of them are very emotional and they really need somebody to help. So I sort of have these unofficial medium cards in my purse that I can pass out to people with real medium information on it and I can say ‘why don’t you call this person and they will help you’.”

From The Press Association

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