January 06, 2013 03:00 PM by Stephanie Gustafson
It’s only right that a former Playmate would use Hugh Hefner’s Playboy After Dark as inspiration for a new late night talk show! That’s right — Jenny McCarthy is gearing up for the premiere of her brand new talk show. The Love In The Wild host says she’s looking to create a party atmosphere with her VH1 show, hopefully mimicking the craziness of Playboy After Dark.
Following four long years of production, Jenny McCarthy’s talk show is finally going to be a reality! The show is set to premiere on VH1 in February, and when it does, viewers can expect a wild party! Jenny has admitted that, after years of soul-searching, she realized that she would find the most success if she could play herself on TV. And that is exactly what she plans to do.
So far, little information about Jenny’s new show has been released. We do know that there will be (in Jenny’s terms), a “groundbreaking interview” or two, plus a game called, “Drunk, Dumb or Both.” During this game, Jenny will sit outside a bar and ask silly questions to intoxicated men, including the following gem: “what color is a red cup?”
Jenny explained to Examiner that she wanted to include plenty of juice on today’s hottest celebs — but in a sexy manner. “What is missing in late night — to me — is a bit of sexiness. Not that Jay Leno is not sexy, but I l feel like the template that I talked about is Playboy After Dark. What I love that Hugh Hefner did was kind of have this sexy, after hours party but also have really great conversations with his guests. That was really my goal … trying to incorporate that kind of sexiness with having really great conversations with celebrities.
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