Jenny McCarthy & Tara Reid Fought, Too, If Anyone Gives A Shit

“Haha! It’s like the ice cream’s my dick.”

After Kim Kardashian and Taylor Swift tore a (butt)hole in the very fabric of reality, there’s literally no point to me posting anything else today let alone a feud that pales in comparison. But I’m going to anyway because I don’t value my time in this world. So here’s Tara Reid getting pissy and walking off Jenny McCarthy’s radio show because she asked about Marriage Boot Camp, which Tara apparently doesn’t want people to know she’s on or some shit. Page Six reports:

McCarthy started the interview by telling Reid that she loves her on this season of “Marriage Boot Camp” and asking if Reid was glad she got involved in the drama-filled show.
“It’s not worth the time to talk about,” Reid responded. When McCarthy pressed for more details, Reid made it clear she would not be talking about the reality show. “Babe, I asked you, please let’s not talk about the show. We’re all here to talk about ‘Sharknado.’”
McCarthy then switched gears to the fourth installment of SyFy film, clearly trying to diffuse the situation by asking if Reid had to get in shape before shooting.
“It’s not like you really need to get into shape. It’s ‘Sharknado.’ It’s, like, fake sharks. They’re rubber,” Reid retorted.

Eventually Jenny McCarthy just goes “fuck it” and asks Tara Reid about her plastic surgeries, which surprisingly doesn’t end with her pressing her skin against a newspaper and going, “Haha! Garfield’s words are backwards!”

“No, I haven’t had any surgery for awhile Jenny,” Reid said. “I think I’ve made that clear, like, about 100 times. Maybe that’s because you only read the bad things, but I made that really clear [for] so many years, but read what you want to read.”
McCarthy started to say something else, but Reid cut her off with, “It was really nice talking to you and really good luck with your show.”
It then seemed like McCarthy had had enough, wishing Reid good luck and adding, “I hope your knees get a little wobblier than they already are.”

And then more kids died from preventable diseases because Jenny McCarthy told people vaccines cause autism. The End.

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