Jenny McCarthy Returns To Playboy’s Pages

    May 17, 2012
    Amanda Crum
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Jenny McCarthy, the bubbly blonde object of many a pre-teen’s lust in the ’90s, is about to grace the pages of Playboy almost twenty years after she became Playmate of the Year.

McCarthy has been in the news recently because of her rumored romance with footballer Brian Urlacher but has been out of the spotlight for a while, maintaining a rather quiet career with the television show “Two And A Half Men” after causing some controversy over vaccinations and their possible link to autism, which she said was the cause of her own son’s battle with the disorder.

She has said in the past that she would love to appear in Playboy again but wasn’t hopeful that it would actually happen.

“I would absolutely pose for Playboy. I would be so flattered if they asked me. It’s probably not going to happen but I think I want to do it again,” she said.

Her first stint in Playboy landed her a gig as co-host of the MTV dating show “Singled Out”, which only led to more career opportunities. She made the move to film in 1995 with an appearance in “Things To Do In Denver When You’re Dead” and has since built an impressive onscreen resume.

She is reported to be included in the July issue of Playboy, which will hit stands in mid-June.

  • robert

    ummm…many a pre-teen’s lust? really? Amanda, did you give issues of playboy to 9 year olds?

  • John

    I thought exactly the same thing as Robert when I read the first sentence of the article. It’s pretty inappropriate to be talking about PRE-teens (meaning 12 and younger) and Playboy, or any other type of pornography.

    • Richard

      I was sneaking a peek at my Dad’s Playboys when I was a pre-teen. I don’t think people are going around showing Playboy to kids so settle down. Also, women posing in the nude is NOT porn.

  • John

    Here’s what my dictionary says is the definition of pornography –

    1. writings, pictures, films, etc, designed to stimulate sexual excitement
    2. the production of such material

    That kinda fits Playboy to a T, but I bet you only read it for the articles, right? Also, just because you did something as a child doesn’t make it normal or good. They didn’t have child seats or seat belts for cars when I was a kid, and we all used lead paint, so you’re saying we should go back to that way of living because it didn’t hurt me?

  • http://www.themommypsychologist.com The Mommy Psychologist

    If there was ever a chance of me being able to take her seriously as a self professed autism expert, well, it’s gone. Is anyone going to be able to take her seriously now? What are they gonna ask her at autism awareness events now? Autism expert and playboy playmate just don’t work well together. I talk about it more here: