Jennifer Love Hewitt will bare all in the new season of her hit TV drama The Client List.
The 33-year-old actress plays a masseuse who makes her living by having sex with clients in the popular series, so she's already bared plenty of flesh.
But in the second season of the Lifetime show, Jennifer will strip completely... according to British newspaper, The Sun.
Jennifer has already started sharing her work-out regime via Twitter.
She wrote this week: 'Good morning from the set of TCL! Lots of running today, so I will get my workout and work done at the same time.'
Critics have remained divided over the dramatic merits of The Client List's first season.
She gets a job in a suburban Houston spa called the Rub, which offers a special 'happy ending' service to a select 'client list.'
'It’s hard to imagine a less sexy show about prostitution,' wrote The New York Times's Mike Hale. 'Based on its first two episodes, Lifetime’s Client List makes even a dead fish like HBO’s Hung look steamy.
'Ms Hewitt, in her first series since Ghost Whisperer on CBS, gives her usual determined, likeable, one - or two-note performance, putting across the wistful moments and working hard on the comedy.'
'It's a gauzily filmed family drama occasionally dotted with brief scenes of sheet-covered naked guys asking Jennifer Love Hewitt to touch their inner thighs. Hmm.'
The New York Post said the drama was a poor relation to Showtime drama Weeds which features a housewife who begins selling cannabis to support her family after her husband dies of a heart attack.
They wrote: 'The series looks more like 'Weeds' lite - instead of drug deals, it’s prostitution; instead of Mary-Louise Parker, it’s Jennifer Love Hewitt; and instead of Showtime sleazy, it’s Lifetime sleazy.'
With Jennifer recently revealing that she isn't comfortable appearing nude on screen, critic C Orlando from TVfanatic.com agreed that less is more.
'The show never explicitly detailed how happy these happy endings became and that's not a bad thing. I didn't need all of the dirty details to stay interested. It might even be more fun to draw your own conclusions.'
They added: 'Riley's a nice girl navigating desperate times and I'm rooting for her to find her own happy ending. I'll definitely be watching as she tries to find her way.'
Zap2It's Andrea Reiher also thought the show hit the right tone. She wrote: 'The save-the-marriage storyline could have gotten very cheesy, but the show seemed to just skirt the edge of that, largely due to Hewitt's acting. It didn't get too saccharine.
'However, the show can't continue to treat Hewitt like some kind of prostitute angel every week because that would just get ridiculous. As a whole, though, it was a fun beginning and we'll definitely keep tuning in.'
Meanwhile the brunette star is keen to get into the top five on Maxim Magazine's 100 Sexiest Women List, after coming 20th last year.
She wrote: 'My dream is to be in the top five sexiest woman for maxim magazine! Lets do it people! Would be fun , they have been very good to me!'