There’s really nothing funnier than the combination of technology and idiots. You get some really great moments in mean laughter when you combine those two factors. Until today, I thought the height of famous people doing stupid things with technology was The Goldbergs Writer Matt Mira running himself over with a golf cart. I know a golf cart isn’t the most advanced technology, but if you showed it to a Puritan in 17th century New England they’d have burned you at the stake, so I think it’s good enough.
Man, that is never not going to be funny. But it is no longer the king of dumb celebrities doing stupid shit videos. The mantle has been passed to Jenny McCarthy thinking her Google Home is a ghost.
HAUNTED! Just happened in my house! I had to look at the security tape to prove it. Ahh!!
Posted by Jenny McCarthy on Monday, July 16, 2018
Yes, certified non-genius Jenny McCarthy totally panicked because she didn’t remember what her Google Home sounded like when she turned it on, and her first thought was that her house was haunted. Not “which one of the multitude of devices that I own made a noise,” no, she went straight to ghost. You know, there’s no correlation between vaccines and autism, but there’s a strong correlation to being against vaccines and being a fucking moron.
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Well, okay then.
That sure escalated quickly.
One day after Teresa Giudice peaced out of an interview with Access Hollywood Live, Tara Reid arrived to the set of Jenny McCarthy's SiriusXM radio show...
... and then left very early herself after getting into it with the host.
Reid was apparently under the impression that the Q&A would focus solely on her upcoming role in Sharknado 4.
But the chat kicked off with McCarthy complimenting the 40-year-old actress for her appearances on the WE tv reality series, Marriage Boot Camp.
"I f--king love you on that show, but are you glad you did it?" she asked.
The question seemed to have struck a nerve with Reid.
"It's not worth the time to talk about," she replied, following that up after McCarthy posed another question about Marriage Boot Camp with:
"Please let's not talk about this show. We're all here about Sharknado."
Okay, McCarthy agreed... did Reid after get into shape for her ongoing role in the franchise?
"It's not like you really need to get into shape. It's Sharknado. They're fake sharks," she said.
McCarthy then attempted to clarify her question, explaining how Reid might have felt inclined to hit the gym to get into "muscle shape."
Aside from weekly yoga, Reid said she did "nothing crazy, nothing strenuous."
"People talked about your surgeries before. Are you still going through surgeries or are you past them?" McCarthy proceeded to ask, referring to Reid's penchant for plastic surgery.
"No, I haven't had any surgery for awhile, Jenny," Reid answered.
So, nothing else is planned on that front, Tara?
"I think I've made that clear about 100 times," Tara shot back. "Maybe you only read the bad things, but I've made that really clear for so many years."
It got worse from there, as Reid sarcastically wished McCarthy luck upon getting up and leaving.
"Good luck to you, too, and I'm so excited about Sharknado and I hope you stay married," McCarthy responded. "I hope your knees get a little wobblier than they already are."
"I hope your tits get even nicer, because they're amazing. The same guy who did mine, right?" Reid quipped in response. "I'll always use your advice. You're the best. Bye."
Listen to snippets of the awkward segment below and then choose a side: Team Jenny or Team Tara?
(UPDATE: A rep for Tara Reid tells E! News:
"Tara is a positive person who is against women tearing each other down. She was bullied on Jenny's and felt ambushed when she came into the show with a positive spirit and in a happy mood. It was very unfortunate how Jenny shifted the conversation for her personal gain when the whole focus should be on Sharknado 4.")
Jenny McCarthy may not believe in childhood vaccinations.
But she apparently does believe in changing up her appearance. Big time.
The former View panelist and current reality star debuted a fresh new look on Instagram today, showing off some seriously bright pink locks.
“This morning I woke up and I said, ‘I’m feeling pink,'” McCarthy told Today hosts Hoda Kotb and Kathie Lee Gifford during an appearance this morning on the NBC program.
She added that this isn't some brief hair color change, like when Kim Kardashian went blonde for about four days.
This is permanent dye.
"I’m very much about the present moment," McCarthy added. "This is something I’ve wanted to do forever, but I’ve always been told by networks and bosses, ‘Don’t do it.’
"But you know what... I’m still at that age where I can get away with it for like a month.”
And the only person whose opinion really matters to McCarthy is a fine.
"I showed him this morning quickly and he’s like, ‘You look beautiful,'" McCarthy said of husband Donnie Wahlberg.
Here's a look at other stars who have decided to go pink with their hair:
Jenny McCarthy may not be down with dairy or with child vaccinations.
But she's all about Donnie Wahlberg!
This may be evident because McCarthy is married to the actor, but McCarthy recently doubled down on that affection when got two new tattoos on her fingers.
One says her husband’s first name. The other says the only word that really matters in life: love.
"Cuz I do.....," the former View host wrote as a caption to this Instagram reveal.
Later, in response to fans who doubted the validity of this ink, McCarthy joked about her own breast implants when responding:
"I'm not used to saying the words 'it's real' but yes, it's real."
We're not in agreement with McCarthy when it comes to the whole vaccination thing. But that's pretty funny.
McCarthy married Wahlberg last August and the two star on an A&E reality show titled "Donnie Loves Jenny." She says his penis fits her vagina perfectly.
Meanwhile, she now joins many other celebrities, such as Justin Bieber, who have distinctive tattoos on their body: