Jenny McCarthy at US Magazine’s Stylish New Yorkers Party

Posted on September 12, 2013

Oh, Please. Go home, you tacky thing.


Jenny McCarthy attends the US magazine’s most stylish New Yorkers party in New York City.

Whose bright idea was it to invite her to a “Most Stylish New Yorker” party? We don’t know what’s worse; the excessive boobage or the circa 2002 fabric flower in her hair.




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  • MilaXX

    please put your plastic tits away

    • kimmeister

      And give them support when they start becoming too close of neighbors with your elbows.

    • Katesymae

      When you look at the dress from the front view, you’re like, “Okay – that’s some skin, but it’s Jenny McCarthy, so… expected.” But then when you see the side pics and realize just how much mammary is on display and how low those ladies go, your whole perspective on the outfit changes.

      • Heather

        It’s not even her boobs that are on display, it’s her freaking implants. Jenny, I’d think you could afford a better surgeon, like not the guy who advertises on freeway billboards?

        • Mrs. Julien

          So if her breasts were “real” or “good quality” you wouldn’t mind?

        • Getoverit

          This isn’t body snarking? Interesting, thought that was not allowed or appreciated on this site.

    • Mrs. Julien

      Hold up there. (pun intended) It is her body and if she wants fake breasts she can have them. To quote Cher, “If I want to put my boobs on my back, it’s nobody’s business but mine”.

      The dress is vulgar and she should try to dress more appropriately for a public event. It doesn’t matter what the breast tissue is made of, only that we can see too much of it in terms of sartorial judgement.

      • MilaXX

        Reading is fundamental. I never say she couldn’t have them.

        • Mrs. Julien

          So if they were real, you would have said, “Put your t!ts away?” and there was no nastiness, or judgement based giving yourself permission to think less of her because she has implants and that deriding her for them was reasonable?

          Okey-dokey! Objection withdrawn.

          • MilaXX


          • Sartorial_She

            If you find the word ‘tits’ vulgar and offensive, you might be on the wrong website.

            Also, if (*if*) MilaXX thinks less of JMC because she surgically implanted two foreign objects into her body in order to conform to jacked-up societal standards of beauty, that’s her right. And deriding breasts because they’re plastic isn’t any worse than deriding them for simply not being perky–like many of the comments here.

          • Manimal


      • Wherever Cher – or any other lady, or even man – wants to put them is fine. They can stitch on a set of fake breasts to their knees for all I care but wherever people choose to put them, my advice would be do not subject breasts – fake or not – to hanging sadly without support like this.

        If she had a decent undergarment, they would be sitting several inches higher on her chest. But then she probably would not want to wear this dress because the undergarment would show.

        I have a sad for those poor breasts. 🙁

        • NYCGlamourpuss

          This exactly. I don’t care if they’re real or fake. What matters is that they’re totally unsupported, almost completely exposed, and hanging down to her waist at a fashion event. Whether they’re skin or plastic is splitting hairs at this point.

    • formerlyAnon

      My bitchy side wonders if people ask her who her surgeon was so that they can avoid him. (It’s gotta be a him, right?)

      • MilaXX


    • conniemd

      As with others I don’t really care if a woman gets implants to make her ladies bigger. But the bigger those ladies, the more support they are going to need. They are weights hanging off the chest. and the more they weigh, the more they will droop. That picture of her from the side view with the microphone in her face is just awful, as her breast is sagging almost to her waist. There’s a good reason that all those implanted divas on WWE wear wrestling outfits that while they show a lot of cleavage also don’t show it to the waist, but have heavily supported almost bra like tops.

  • wontons

    Is this some kind of performance art? It’s like she deliberately wanted to look bad. I’ve never seen her look this off.

  • mmebam

    ♫ And here’s to you, Mrs. Robinson! Jesus loves you more than you will know…♫

    • Heather

      Mrs. Robinson is way classier than this.

      • Rhonda Shore

        there’s no comparison.

  • Little_Olive

    Oh TLo, this has made my week. My boobs are not so bad.

  • Michael_Jones

    Is that the worst deployment of baby heads ever?

    • alyce1213

      Thems some sad baby heads.

    • disqussant

      Definitely. I thought at least one advantage of fake breasts would be evenness..

    • That resembles a melon in a sock more than baby heads.

      I can’t be rational about this woman. SO MUCH DISTASTE.

  • RebeccaKW

    I’ve always kind of liked her, for being in your face. But I’ve never found her stylish. And this outfit…there is nothing nice I can say at all. The hair, the shoes, the hem length, the boobage. Nothing.

  • NDC_IPCentral

    I feel I need a shower, or extra-strength eye-drops. As someone who’s lived in the Greater NYC area for 36 years, this get-up at a ” Most Stylish New Yorker” event offends me – and it’s the decolletage (which is a nice word for her exhibitionism – silk purse/sow’s ear) that is exceptionally egregious here. The makeup, shoes and flower do no favors, either.

    • eowyn_of_rohan

      Seriously. Lifelong (32-years-old) Manhattanite and this is burning my retinas.

    • alyce1213

      This just confirms the power of press agents and the publicity machine. She’s on The View so suddenly she’s a “Most Stylish New Yorker.” 1) she’s not really a New Yorker, she just moved here for the new job, and 2) she’s NEVER been stylish.

      • I wonder, does Ms. Barbara know about this? I laughed when Jenny wore the porn-star-disguised-as-a-secretary glasses on her first day. The next day, she wasn’t wearing them. She supposedly forgot them at home. So Barbara gave her a pair to wear.

    • NDC_IPCentral

      I am so out of the current loop – as I work at IP Central and don’t watch the daytime jabber shows, so I didn’t connect this trainwreck of protoplasm to the appalling lies, and they are LIES, about vaccines and autism that she blathers. That is so deadly and I mean causing death wrong that I now will take every opportunity to dis this dame that presents itself.

      • Munchkn


      • marlie

        And this, even after all of the “evidence” that she cited had been debunked as completely falsified.

    • giddypony

      I live in Reno, and she’s tacky as hell here too!

      • Munchkn

        She’s be tacky as hell here in Greenville, SC, too, and this is the land of Belk.

        • NDC_IPCentral

          Oh, Munchkin, one of my kissin’ cousins lives in Greenville, and I am so, SO overdue to pay her a visit at her lovely home. You live in a beautiful town.

        • Malice Grant

          Fellow native-Greenvillian here and this is ripe for some of the more inventive euphemisms for tacky trash I was taught to live in fear of them being applied to me.

    • marlie

      Right, even if we could ignore the cleavage (as IF), the rest of the look is terrible too. Her makeup is too harsh, the shoes are ugly, and why does she have a fake flower stapled to the back of her head?

  • kirkyo

    Those are some seriously ugly shoes.

    • kimmeister

      Agreed. Everything about them is terrible, but especially how the sheerness just points out how no human feet really fill out a pointy-toed shoe.

      • kirkyo

        I can’t even go there *shivers*

      • wontons

        Those poor toes!

        Seriously. I’m not a fan, but I don’t think she normally looks this horrible. Bad makeup, bad dress, bad shoes…the whole picture.

      • marlie

        OMG, I just realized that they’re SHEER. I already thought that were hideous, but now they’re even worse.

    • Katesymae

      I literally cannot comprehend them. Are they suede? Or mesh? Or both? Why can I see her toes AND the shoe at the same time? Is this like that moment in Cinderella when she’s mid-transformation and we can see her both as rag girl and princess? Though, let’s face it, Jenny McCarthy is closer to one of those ends of the spectrum than the other…

      • kimmeister

        I think you’ve stumbled upon the truth. There is an alternate, parallel universe, and her shoes have somehow gotten stuck in between. Unfortunately, the versions of the shoes on both sides were butt ugly.

        • Katesymae

          Truth. They’d be much improved if: 1) that weird band was moved up, so it didn’t look like a sewing mistake or a hole; 2) they didn’t look so cheap.

  • RussellH88

    1. That looks like an outfit that Pink would wear and then regret.

    2. This woman is my arch-nemesis, so I am bised in that I will always dislike her.

    • kimmeister

      I thought it was Pink at first glance in the thumbnail!

      • mshesterp

        Me too–and now I feel badly for tying Pink, who is awesome, to this sartorial disaster.

    • Bexxx

      I would like to know more about the arch-nemesis situation.

      • RussellH88

        I mostly refer to her Autism activism. I’m a Psych major, and I’ve studied child development a bit as part of my schooling and some of it involved how these diseases that we thought were things of the past are coming back now because of parents refusing to get their child vaccinated. I’m not saying it’s all her fault, but she’s still a public figure and she’s spreading harmful information.

        She’s probably the only celebrity I consistently dislike.

    • Monzerrat Ontiveros

      I would love to see Pink in this!! She would make it work

    • KateShouldBeWorking

      Re. Point 2: I’m in your fan club.

    • marlie

      The difference is, Pink might actually be able to rock this dress.

  • homofascist

    Definitely the boobage.

    • homofascist

      And those shoes I would say are a close second.

  • Krysta

    Or the SHEER SHOES.

  • nicky

    I like the strategically placed ” Nordstrom Rack” right behind her.

    • AlisonS

      I like Nordstrom Rack, but pretty much only for the fact that I can get a Calvin Klein bra for $18. Maybe it’s because I have small feet, or a big butt but the time I have to spend in there to find something I like doesn’t really equal out. I’d rather spend more in less time.

      • Heather

        I’ve gotten cute PJs there. That’s about it. I can’t deal w/the disorder.

  • Meg0GayGuys6

    Whenever I see her I think 2 things:
    1. Singled Out
    2. When Jim Carrey was on Inside the Actor’s Studio and the host asked him, “If Heaven exists, what would you like to hear God say upon your arrival?”, he answered “Don’t worry, she didn’t make it in”

    I really don’t have an opinion of her, but this look is tickety-tacky all the way.

    • Heather

      Wow. That’s actually a little tacky of him. Take the gracious route, people.

      • Meg0GayGuys6

        Yea, I couldn’t believe he said that. I think it was right after they broke up, so it was fresh, but still, he shouldn’t have gone there.

        • Heather

          I agree. Bitch to your friends about exes, but not in a public forum.

    • snarkykitten

      ugh, Jim Carrey is also an assface

      • Katesymae

        And for that reason, they were a very fitting couple.

  • RussellH88

    I think we should institute a rule that if an outfit would allow us to see your under-tit sweat, it should not be worn.

    • Rhonda Shore

      “you tacky thing” indeed.

  • eowyn_of_rohan

    I need a vaccine against her.

    • Garcia Loca

      1,000 Internets for you!

    • MilaXX


    • DTLAFamilies


    • She sure is dressed like she’s gonna give you one. All that is missing is the nurse cap.

      I hate this woman with the passion of a thousand suns for that whole vaccine thing. She is TEH EVIL.

    • I wish I could buy you a drink.

    • schadenfreudelicious

      We can give up, you win the internet today

    • Alexandra Pimenta

      Having read all possible things on autism (my son is an Aspie and I’m very involved), I don’t think it’s fair to blame her on the thought of autism and vaccines being linked. She didn’t invent it. It’s a school of thought that has been talked about for a very long time.

      And while it’s ok for people to have different opinions, I personally refuse to be adamant about something, specially science [that is so mutable], and eventually be proved wrong. Specially on a subject that we know so little still.

      • wontons

        The thing is, she IS adamant, in the face of better-reasoned opinions.

        Will our understanding of the truth change? Quite possibly. (I sure hope we get some good answer as to the growth of diagnoses of autism and related conditions.) And I feel for her in terms of her struggles in trying to heal her own child. But she’s become the major spokesperson for a belief that’s deeply injurious to a lot of people.

        • mickiemonkey

          Very well said. Deeply injurious. Exactly. And she benefited financially from it.

          • demidaemon

            What bothers me even more is she is the spokeswoman for those new electronic cigarettes. Just because they don’t mess up your breath doesn’t make it healthy people! It’s just so tacky!

      • Hermione

        That’s the point–her view is nothing more than “a school of thought that has been talked about.” There is no science behind it. It’s one thing to say we “know so little” about autism. It’s another to essentially say “anything is possible” or to credit a baseless theory.
        And I disagree that science “is so mutable”. Science that scientists produce is not mutable or capricious or fluctuating or changeable. Scientific knowledge develops over time and, as a human endeavor, is imperfect; sometimes scientists arrive at conclusions that later science may displace.

      • eowyn_of_rohan

        I was diagnosed as on the spectrum 15 years ago. If you say it’s okay for people to have different opinions about this, why feel the need to comment on mine? I have zero belief that the vaccines I received as a child, ones that kept me safe from horrible illnesses, contributed to my Asperger’s. But we’ll just disagree.

        • Alexandra Pimenta

          My comment was about blaming her like she came up with it. She was a mother in desperate search of answers and, honestly, a lot of people and [ even some so called specialists] can be convincing that vaccines could contribute. In fact, there’s a whole culture of people saying exactly this (and also the link between gut issues and autism) on the internet.

          As I said, the point is not that she may be right or wrong. The point is that, like every parent, she looked for answers and truly believed that this was it. I understand that being a public figure and becoming a spokesperson put a target on her back, but for a while, at that time ( when my son was being Dxd) I thought she was doing a great thing.

          My son was vaccinated and I don’t regret it. But many friends have asked for the vaccines to be spaced apart (not given at the same time) and I believe that it’s a good idea. Unfortunately, not all pedis do that.

          PS: I do believe her clothes are horrendous.

    • marlie

      Comment of the day!

  • Smart and classy. The total package.

    • eowyn_of_rohan

      I see what you did there.

  • marlie

    This is BEYOND tacky. It’s almost offensive, and I don’t mean to say that in a prudish way.

  • Jaeda Laurez

    I don’t see it for her at all. And sometimes you just gotta concede to Father Time, Mother Nature, gravity, whatever you wanna call it. But once your boobs start sliding towards your waist, you gotta get a bra.

    • Celeste

      It’s like she’s never heard of the pencil test.

      • Ginny Ellsworth

        Pencil? I think she has a couple of rolls of Bounty under there. Or maybe some of Michael Kors cookies.

        • zenobar

          Aaaack! Rolls of Bounty! (Remember the Six Feet Under episode where Rico used cans of cat food to prop up that dead porn actress’s boobs?)

  • Clueless_Jock

    Okay, I just had lunch.

  • alyce1213

    Her entire top — slopey shoulders and cowl-ish neckline — looks like a sack of meat.

  • TigerLaverada

    I think her makeup sucks, too. She’s batting .000 here.

  • majorbedhead

    They do make bra cups that go under dresses like that. I think they even sell them at Target. She should go buy some. And then go home, put on an entirely different outfit and try again.

  • Elizabeth Aldrich

    Interesting that one of the sponsors of the event was Nordstrom Rack.

  • decormaven

    That is one tough look. Just needs a cigarette in one hand and a glass of whiskey in the other.

    • Ginny Ellsworth

      I’m thinking Minnie the Moocher.

      • decormaven

        It reminds me of Cleo Moore, the b&w still shot used for the B movie, “Women’s Prison.”

    • wontons

      I wonder if that’s part of the problem: that she looks so harsh and jaded. At her best, she was (is?) beautiful and goofy. This is just unpleasant.

  • MissKimP

    She scares me.

  • Sarah

    Or the hiddy see-thru brown pump with giant elastic band across instep? Or the incredibly excessive deployment of rouge?

  • lehen

    man. the boobage is terrible.

  • queeniethebold

    She is so awful and so desperate. That dress is a horror. How did she get invited to this soiree? Ugh. Stupid, tacky, plastic on the outside … and the inside.

  • gsk241

    When boobs meet waist, it’s time for a bra. I can say that from personal experience.

  • Jacquelyn

    Eh gad! I cannot unsee the really horrible boobs.

  • Frank_821

    Yes this is an odd look. It’s both matronly and vulgar. That doesn’t happen very often

  • Lori

    Being tacky-ass is the least awful thing about this horrible person. She needs to go away.

    • Jolene Barnett


  • teensmom99

    I caught 10 seconds of the view yesterday & had to laugh to see that they have her in glasses, to make her intellectual, I guess.

    • MilaXX

      Well when you hire someone dumber than Elisabeth & Sherrie, you gotta try something

      • Donna Tabor

        Hard to believe that show used to have Lisa Ling and Meredith Viera.

        • MilaXX

          Back when it tried to be intelligent?

          • I miss Joy. How long will Whoopi put up with this one?

          • MilaXX

            Whoopi is pretty good at ignoring Sherrie when she does/says something stupid. I think Jennie will be easy enough to ignore.

  • 3boysful

    Hmmmmm . . . summer dress, fall/winter shoes, tacky flower, display of low-hanging purchased boobage, and troweled-on makeup? Jenny, please go home and rip your stylist (see how I’m being nice, assuming she HAS a stylist?) a new one.

  • Eric Stott

    The boobitude is all that she’s got – if the neckline were at a decent level it would be too bland to think about.

  • Ginny Ellsworth

    And exactly how did she become famous?

    • MilaXX

      you’re looking at em. (Playboy)

  • Laurie Landry

    Close eyes and shake head.

  • Rand Ortega

    Put. Those. Away.

  • nannypoo

    I didn’t even notice the flower in her hair because her boobs popped out and hit me in the eye.

    • wontons

      God, what a great first line for a song.

  • shopgirl716

    She seems fun but, yeah, tacky is the word.

  • Lilyana_F


  • Judy_J

    Looking at those saggy boobs, all I could think of was National Geographic.

  • MarieLD

    Re. the fake flower in her hair… so many little girls come in to the library wearing them. never being a fake flower person myself, i find them annoying. too prissy and girly. here the flower is just sad.

    the rest of the outfit makes me sad too.

    • marlie

      I wouldn’t be bothered by the flower if it were a little girl wearing it. It might be downright cute, in that case.

  • largishbearishAtlish

    I watched “Love in the Wild”, and found her charming and fun, this train wreck outfit pretty much wipes out the good will. Amazing how her gig on The View suddenly elevated her (The View/Shark Jump/Same Thing)

  • ashtangajunkie

    I haven’t a sweet clue how one can look at oneself in the mirror, see THAT, and then proceed as if nothing is amiss.

    • sagecreek

      In all fairness, rational thought is not her strong suit.

  • Jolene Barnett

    Actually what’s worse is her spreading BS propaganda about vaccines.

  • snarkykitten

    she’s the halfwit who claims vaccines gave her kid autism, right?

    • madscntst

      Close. She’s the quarterwit who claims vaccines gave her kid autism. Let’s not be too generous.

      • And now she supposedly claims her kid was cured thanks to a gluten free diet and some wacky therapy that removes heavy metals from the body, or something.

        Wow. Who knew, all we needed to cure autism was to remove gluten and heavy metals. Why isn’t this being done for everyone with autism, urgently? ROLL EYES HERE. She probably is thinking up a cure for cancer as we speak, something lame like drinking elderberry wine and wearing clean socks.

        • madscntst

          I think we can agree that wearing clean socks is just good practice in general.

          • I totally agree with that. 🙂

        • demidaemon

          I think she needs to concentrate on a cure for droopy boobs before she moves on to more complicated matters like autism spectrum disorders.

      • Alloy Jane

        I had never heard of this until now. It’s very interesting though, don’t you think? I mean, vaccines can cause encephalitis so why couldn’t a vaccine that shoots you up with three different viruses be linked to autism? From what I’m reading, it’s the MMR vaccination specifically that is purportedly linked to triggering autism. And seeing as how science has zero answers as to what causes ASD, it’s an interesting case to look at. Because seriously, there is nothing to gain by claiming that vaccinations are linked to autism and much to lose in leaving your child exposed to vintage diseases.

        It’s a different world than the one which developed these vaccines. People are having children later in life, most people consume an astounding amount of garbage as part of their diet, industrial pollution has had plenty of time to seep into the environment and we get to absorb it, who can say with absolute authority that certain children can’t have a severe reaction to the vaccine? For instance, some people get the flu shot and are good for the season, others will get the flu shot and get sick repeatedly, it all depends on the body getting the shot, and if our basic gene pool is degrading, then hello? I can haz moar dizeez?

        Personally, I see nothing wrong with spacing the immunizations out. You go about a billion times, it probably wouldn’t be a big deal to give the single vaccine for each MMR disease over the course of immunizations.

        Anywho, I have no interest in any kind of celebrity propaganda, even that which supports causes I believe in. I like my science straight and in terms that require me to keep OED AND Oxford Online open so that I can understand.

        • madscntst

          This is not the venue for this particular discussion so I’ll just say this: as far as I am aware, there is no credible evidence that points to any vaccine causing autism. And just because we don’t know what causes autism doesn’t mean we can wildly speculate about that DOES cause it. And finally, actively discouraging parents from vaccinating their children is not only dangerous to the child, it’s dangerous to ALL children as it promotes the spread of diseases that were once relegated to the dustbin of history (see whooping cough).

          • alyce1213

            There have been 8 outbreaks of measles in 2013. There should be none.

          • DTLAFamilies

            Not to mention all of the folks who are immune compromised because of HIV, cancer treatments, steroid treatments for autoimmune diseases, etc. who can’t get vaccinated and have to rely on herd immunity for protection.

          • formerlyAnon

            This seems to be rarely mentioned as reason for vaccination and affects so many people. Thanks for articulating.

          • SugarSnap108

            You are correct. There have been many studies on this question now, and there’s no good evidence linking vaccines to autism. The original study that pointed the finger at the MMR was later found to be fraudulent. You’re also right that this isn’t venue for this, so to get back OT — I hate her outfit with a fiery passion.

          • madscntst

            I know, right? I mean we get it – you paid good money for those baby feeders, no need to display them for all the world to see.

          • Alloy Jane

            Why is this an inappropriate venue for discussion? I see tangents here all the time. Isn’t that why we love this place? There’s always room for conversation that goes beyond fashion.

            To clarify, I never said vaccinations cause autism, I said it’s an interesting case to look at. From the payola of the original study, to the subsequent studies indicating that GI conditions have a direct correlation to autism and other psychological disorders, it’s more dramatic than any soap opera.

            And where is the wild speculation? Anecdotal evidence is generally used to create the hypotheses research is based on.

            I presume you mean Jenny McCarthy was actively discouraging parents from vaccinating their kids because I sure haven’t.

            And finally, how many downvotes does it take to get to the tootsie roll center of a tootsie pop? I’d like to see the data on that, lol.

          • SugarSnap108

            It has been studied, repeatedly, in countries all around the world. All because of a study of 12 children in England that was later retracted because the data was fraudulent. That is also the study that generated the idea that GI disorders are to blame: They said the MMR caused GI problems during early life, which then affected brain development. No evidence that’s true. Children with autism do often have GI problems, but there is no evidence that is helps cause autism. Jenny McCarthy doesn’t mention any of this when she tells parents they shouldn’t vaccinate their kids. Granted, parents who would base their decisions on Jenny McCarthy’s sage words may have some other issues ….

        • There are enough nutcases in the world who refuse to vaccinate their children as it is.

          Now, thanks to this droopy wonder, they have someone they can point at and say see, I am doing the right thing.

          So I just have to say no to it – on all fronts.

        • formerlyAnon

          I feel like your questions are absolutely reasonable things to wonder about. And to spark targeted research. (Hence my upvote.) I think a lot of people responding missed that you DON’T advocate abandoning established public health policy mandating the protection of vaccinations based on those questions. Again, hence my upvote.

          • Alloy Jane

            Well your comment makes me feel better because I am currently slightly gape-mouthed in astonishment at the lack of comprehension to the words I’m actually saying. Stunned, really. This isn’t interpretive dance, this isn’t absolute music, and it sure ain’t poetry. It’s English, plain and simple.

            It bears repeating, since the comment I posted in response to MilaXX seems to have disappeared: People argue the point they want to make, not the point you’re making.

  • Cloveradams

    That get-up should really be advertised as a handy Nursing Mother Outfit.

  • DTLAFamilies

    True story: I was in Malibu on the Fourth of July when I saw a woman in a bikini with abs spraypainted onto her stomach. I was so taken aback that it took me a minute to register it was McCarthy. She spent the entire day walking up and down the beach like that until some paps took mercy on us and snapped her picture.

    • formerlyAnon

      Well, give her credit for a work ethic . . . I guess?

  • sagecreek

    Ugh. Take your stupid anti-vax mania and get outta here.

  • lobsterlen

    As someone who has been to India and seen children stricken with polo I loathe Jenny McCartney and her sagging breasts.

  • Coleen

    I honest to God thought it was Jenna Jameson. That is NOT a style to emulate, lady.

  • Kate

    To answer your question boys, the flower is much more tacky.

  • frannyprof

    OMG she has had work done on that face. Not good.

  • Alloy Jane

    Yikes! That’s an… unflattering outfit.

  • Jessica Freeman

    She is really hitting Pamela Anderson’s level of desperation.

    • fiddlecub

      At least Pam has some self-awareness and humor about her image. Jenny McCarthy takes herself seriously, apparently unaware of how no one else does.

  • Dear lord is that unfortunate.

  • crash1212

    She is an f-ing train wreck and so is this “look”. GAH! Can’t unsee the saggy boobs and horrible make-up and awful hair and see-through shoes. This woman is the absolute WORST and I never want to see her on T & Lo again. Ever. Promise me.

  • Donna Tabor

    “Hey, I spent all that money on these; you’re going to LOOK at them, dammit!”

  • Getoverit

    Big fake boobies? Who cares. Fake or real they need some support. Boobs aside, I wish she would quit doing whatever it is she is doing to her face. I think she would have aged naturally wonderfully but now she doesnt even look like herself.

  • schadenfreudelicious

    She certainly fails the pencil test….

  • joancarol

    She needs a dickey.

    • formerlyAnon

      I misread this as “She needs a hickey” and then I realized my mistake.

      And then I realized: Wait! A hickey is EXACTLY the finishing touch to this look.

  • Danielle

    Her boobs look like they just had an argument in the limo.

  • Imasewsure

    She looks 80! Awful… and how about “tacky fun” rather than “tacky sad” next time Old Girl???? YUCK

  • tereliz

    The shoes. The shoes are the worst part. Even next to the bewbs and the giant flower. Those are the grossest shoes that aren’t Uggs/Crocs I’ve ever ever ever seen. 🙁

  • greyhoundgirl

    Horrible. Really horrible. And her face sure looks like she knows it.

  • dickylarue

    And I’m Tits McGee!

  • formerlyAnon

    Someone obviously thought there’d be something interesting in taking what seems to be a restrained, chic little dress and turning it into something you wear to the party when you *need* to pull, you simply *must* go home with someone/anyone.

    Interesting? Not so much.

  • Jacqueline Wessel

    Well it is Us Magazine’s stylish New Yorkers (which would explain why I was not invited :).

  • Miss WKS

    and the fillers and botox ain’t doin’ her no favors neither….

  • YoungSally

    Lord — no one is gonna want to see that at 11 AM on “The View” – clearly Barbara has lost her mind.

  • HM3

    I don’t think it’s so bad that they’re SHOWING (I’ve seen worse on Dita Von Teese) as the fact that they’re DROOPING and showing. Girl desperately needs a lot of tape, or glue, or something. Ignoring the HIDEOUS shoes and ugly hair thing, the outfit itself is otherwise cute.

    • demidaemon

      To be fair, Dita has much nicer boobs.

      • HM3

        That’s exactly what I’m saying! Jenny’s are droopy, and therefore inappropriate for this look.

  • Joyce VG

    This is awful.

  • pop_top

    I don’t even care that I can see her boobs, it’s just done in such an unflattering way…

  • fnarf

    Guh. Ross.

  • SugarSnap108

    Was she invited to this party strictly for the irony?

    • alyce1213

      Ha. They don’t have irony at US.

  • amanda siegelson

    since when is she a fucking ‘new yorker’???? what, because she moved here two minutes ago for a tv show??? no. just no.

    and put those things away!

  • wontons

    There’s a better-than-usual episode of “Law & Order: SVU” in which Patricia Arquette brilliantly plays an over-the-hill hooker…I swear she was wearing the same makeup, hairstyle, and even facial expression as in that first photo.

  • cocohall

    My mother sent me one of her books where she describes, quite passionately, how hard she works to maintain her bikini body so she, as a WORKING SINGE MOM, can make money to take care of her son. She is SELFLESS, people, SELFLESS. Can’t you appreciate her sacrifice? This outfit screams “I am here to nuture!”

    • alyce1213

      Maintaining a bikini body is a career to which I aspire. For the children, of course.

  • Trickytrisha

    I dunno… when you try to match your leg tan to your shoe color, you might be in trouble. Plus, boobs, 4th pic down – oh dear Jenny.

    • alyce1213

      Also #1, 2 & 6.

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  • cocohall

    I see your halo there! Keep doing it for the kids. Jenny shall lead us from darkness.

  • kat89

    Cannot. Stand. Her.

  • putacorkinit

    I like it. I think she has super tits.

  • SouthernGirlRena

    That is not good. Really not good.

  • andi56

    Seldom do you see so much trashiness in one package, but from head to tacky foot tattoo, she really brings it home. Yeccchhh. An insult to REALLY stylish New Yorkers.

  • How is she going to live in NYC? Really? Oh goodness she is the very epitome of tacky. I feel accosted. What is with the Gypsy Rose Lee hair?

  • Malice Grant

    Rode hard and put up wet.

  • quiltrx

    Yikes. NOT attractive.

    • lobsterlen

      Yeah she thought he was gay because he didn’t ask her out right away.

  • stu844

    If you’re going to put your boobs on display at least look like you’re happy about it…

  • prettybigkitty

    Saggy plastic boobs. Super embarrassing. Or at least I would think so.

  • I didn’t even recognize her, she has does something dramatic to her face.

  • megohd

    Congratulations to The View on landing this “personality.” You’ve made Sherri Shepherd look serious, and Elisabeth Hasselbeck look informed.

  • LuisaNL

    this reeks of desperation. sigh. I miss Tasteful Jenny from the Jim Carrey days.

  • shelbywoo

    But look at her face. She KNOWS she looks a mess. Why she ok’d this is so confusing. There are better clothes at Forever21 quite frankly.

  • JP

    I have this overwhelming urge to go up to her and say, “Hey, you, stop that.”

  • GTrain

    I guess she’s gonna get use of every last penny she/somebody spent on those boobs.

  • tvmovielover

    There are very few women whose girls look good that exposed real or not. She is definitely one who should cover up, I do not think a better undergarment would have improved this look AND “Stylish New Yorker” does not fit her at all.

  • wonderdivaEtsy

    Maybe she thought it was the most stylish Burlesque show?

    (And when I started typing the above sentence, I typoed “thought tit.” Freudian slip.)

  • Her tattoo needs a touchup.

  • bravobravp

    Any “Stylish” party sponsored by Bud Light is defunct in my book

  • Shawn EH

    Taste never much visited on this one. Or good ideas about vaccines.

  • guest2visits

    Might have been a nice dress, looks like she ruined it by purposely wearing it in such a ridiculous way.
    The hair flower just adds to the crazy lady look.

  • bellafigura1

    The face is so distracting — I honestly would not have known this was Jenny McCarthy. She looks so odd.

  • spooki C

    I know what’s worse, those shoes! Thick elastic paired with a skinny ankle strap is bad enough but why are they shiny and see-through? SO tacky, but I wouldn’t expect anything less from her.

  • I’ve seen Jenny dress fabulously. She had a huge lapse in judgment here.

  • Pterodactyl111

    “Here are my boobs. I feel sad about them.”

  • LocMama

    I can’t not see her sitting on a toilet with her panties around her ankles. But now it’s her breasts instead.

  • Even she looks mad that her tits are out.