Jenny McCarthy, 37: "I'm More Horny" Than I Was in My 20s

Celebrity News Sep. 30, 2010 AT 6:00PM
Jenny McCarthy, 37: "I'm More Horny" Than I Was in My 20s Credit: Kevin Mazur/WireImage.com

-- Fresh off her split from Jim Carrey, Jenny McCarthy says that she's feeling more sexual than ever! "As we get older, I've noticed, now being 37, I'm much more horny than I was in my 20s," she told Access Hollywood. When asked to rate her horniness on a scale of 1-10, McCarthy gave herself a 9.8. [Access Hollywood]

-- They're back on! After filing for divorce in July, former Hills star Heidi Montag announced Thursday that she was giving husband Spencer Pratt a second chance. "We are back together trying to make things work," the couple said in a statement. "We do love each other and realized we do want to spend the rest of our lives together." [MSNBC]

-- Don't expect to see Lea Michele getting rowdy in the clubs anytime soon. "I can honestly sit down in front of you and say I don’t smoke and I don’t do drugs. I never have and that’s who I am," the 24-year-old Glee star tells Marie Claire UK. "These days I have one glass of wine and I’m completely gone. I’ve never been a 'Let’s go out and have a cosmopolitan' kind of girl. I don’t even think I’ve ever tasted a cosmopolitan before. I much prefer a glass of wine and a bath at home at night to relax." [Pop Sugar]

-- Anderson Cooper is moving to daytime! The 43-year-old journalist will host a new, one-hour daily talk show beginning in the fall of 2011.  "It’s fun and interesting to work in daytime television. The format is unique and you can really go in-depth on a wide range of fascinating and compelling stories," Cooper said. In addition to the new daytime program, he will continue to host Anderson Cooper 360 on CNN. [Just Jared]

-- Candice Bergen, 64, revealed she will publish her second memoir -- which remains untitled -- more than 25 years after her first book, Knock Wood, was first released. Publishers Simon & Schuster have plan to release the tome in 2012. [OMG!]

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