Jenny McCarthy sat down with Billy Bush of Access Hollywood and told him way more than he (or we) ever needed to know.
On her sex drive:
"... as we get older, I've noticed, now being 37, I'm much more horny than I was in my 20s."
On penis size:
"Size definitely helps, but the thing is, you don't need big, Average is awesome. Standard issue is awesome!"
On her prowess in the sack:
No I don’t have a sex tape and I’m kind of upset that I don’t. You know why? ‘Cause I’m really good."
So Jenny ... do tell. Have you ever done it with a woman?
'Me being a Playmate? Of course. Being around naked women, something is going to happen. Yeah, I’ve played around.”
That's the gist of it (unless you count a dream about Brad Pitt where he is "peeing like a race horse").
You know what, Jenny? Let's just keep some things to ourselves, okay? How about you not show me yours and I won't show you mine?
But McCarthy's not the only one. Why do celebrities feel the need to divulge every dirty little detail about their lives?
Take John Mayer. The musician revealed to Rolling Stone that he deems himself "the new generation of masturbator." Not clear enough? Let him paint you a picture:
“I mean, I have masturbated myself out of serious problems in my life. The phone doesn’t pick up because I’m masturbating.”
Jennifer Love Hewitt divulged that she had "vagazzled" her private parts. Yup. She claimed that her "precious lady" was covered with Swarovski crystal and "shined like a disco ball."
Speaking of personal grooming, Kim Kardashian confesses that she has no hair at all down there. Zippo. And in her book, Mommywood, Tori Spelling informs readers that hubby Dean McDermott wields the razor that keeps her smooth in her nether regions.
Sigh ... I could go on and on. There's just no shortage of material.
So, a message to celebrities:
Sometimes "Don't Ask, Don't Tell" is actually a good thing.
What about you? Is celebrity TMI wearing you down?
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