Jenny McCarthy, 43, is currently being ripped apart on Twitter! She is being called horrible things like “the biggest idiot in the world,” by angry fans who disagree with the harsh words she spoke about Charlie Sheen, 50, and his HIV diagnosis. She expressed her disgust for the actor and how he wasn’t honest with his co-stars throughout the years, but fans argue that she has no business talking when she is against vaccinating kids. See the harsh tweets!
Jenny McCarthy, 43, opened up on Charlie Sheen, 50, after he revealed he was HIV positive during a TODAY show appearance. Jenny wasn’t too pleased with her former Two And A Half Men co-star, asking why he didn’t tell her about his disease. Well, Charlie’s peeps have responded to Jenny, telling her to check her facts before she starts throwing shade.
Jenny McCarthy, 43, is fuming mad that Charlie Sheen kept working in Hollywood without letting any of his co-stars know that he’s HIV positive. In the four years since he’s known he’s had the disease, he kept working on the TV show Anger Management after he left Two And A Half Men following his 2011 meltdown. Jenny worked with him while he was still on the CBS comedy, playing one of his many love interests. She now feels betrayed that a co-star would keep a secret like being HIV positive from his fellow actors. Read on for what Jenny had to say.
More proof that doing a reality show can be the kiss of death for Hollywood relationships: Jenny McCarthy, 42, and Donnie Wahlberg, 46, are struggling to keep their marriage together after only about a year according to a shocking new report. Here’s what we know.
Jim Carrey, 53, is absolutely devastated after the death of his on-off girlfriend, Cathriona White, 30, and his ex, Jenny McCarthy, totally feels for him. The 42-year-old appeared somber while walking through LAX on Sept. 30, and shared her first words on Cathriona’s sudden death. See what she had to say.
That’s quite the look! Jenny McCarthy, 42, went bold and bright and showed off a magenta hair makeover on TODAY on July 14. “This morning I woke up and I said, ‘I’m feeling pink,'” Jenny told the hosts.
Jenny McCarthy, I think it’s time for you to end your crusade against vaccines, which save children’s lives. A new study that followed more than 95,000 children found NO correlation between the measles vaccine and autism.