One of the biggest sex symbols of the '90s has signed up for online dating. Former Playboy model, Jenny McCarthy says she's signed up on dating website Match.com.
And thousands of men just completed their profiles.
"I have checked the men I like between 35 to 48," McCarthy says.
The actress ended her two-month romance to sports agent Paul Krepelka back in Febraury. And since then, the dating pool has been pretty shallow. Jenny told Hollyscoop:
"Yes, I'm single. It's so hard out here."
She added that most of the dudes she meets in Los Angeles "are like chicks."
Hear that, men? The over gelled hair and popped collars aren't working. Stop that.
"There's no real 'guy guys,' so maybe importing from somewhere will be smart," McCarthy told us. "Anyone not from L.A., I think."
McCarthy also said about the subject:
"I'm from Chicago. I'm from the South Side, where guys eat meat and potatoes. They don't know what a vegetarian means. They're a guy through and through. Out here, they want to borrow my makeup and concealer."
So yes, regular dudes, you have a chance with Jenny McCarthy. As long as you're into online dating. And you're between the ages of 35 to 48.
"I don't care if they have a big nose. I don't care if they're bald. Just really sweet and who's a perfect reflection of who I am now," she explained. "They have to have a job. I'd like them to at least be able to buy dinners and stuff like that. That is important."
Previously, McCarthy dated funnyman Jim Carey. The couple started dating in early 2007, but broke up in 2010. Oprah Winfrey asked Jenny what happened, and the actress responded:
"You know, the simple word I can give – and there's a few, so let me say a few. The first thing is, when it's not fun anymore, you need to start investigating and do an inquiry into the relationship."
McCarthy is about to release a book about her Catholic upbringing, titled Sinner: Confessions of a Recovering Catholic. McCarthy told Hollyscoop:
"I’m always really real and raw in my books and this one I’m kind of, I’m almost too much."
She adds that she's "afraid for my mom to read it. It’s called Sinner so it goes through the chronological events of my youth until now, of all the not so good things that I’ve gone through."
Not to worry though, Jenny hasn't lost her sense of humor.
"It’s funny, it still kind of fits with the theme of the other books."