The former Playboy model calls Bieber 'delicious' and confirms that he reunited with his on-and-off girlfriend Selena Gomez at the party at the Marriott Hotel.
Many Beliebers seemed to get jealous of Jenny McCarthy when she kissed and mauled their idol Justin Bieber on the stage of 2012 American Music Awards on Sunday night, November 18, but she insisted the whole thing was just spontaneous. "It better be, 'cause that's just weird if it isn't," she said backstage.
"I couldn't help it, he was just so delicious, so little, and just, ahhhk, I wanted to tear his head off and eat it," McCarthy gushed, admitting that she did grab his butt in addition to planting a kiss on the Canadian teen heartthrob. She additionally stated, "I want some Bieber fever - and I want a Bieber rash. It'd be like cougar rape."
"I took the opportunity in the window, considering I'll never get to do it again, and kind of molested him," she said before imagining what the headlines would be if they really dated. "Can you imagine how hilarious that would be?" she uttered. "It would be the cougar score of the century. 'Jenny McCarthy dates Justin Bieber.' "
Bieber's fans need no worry though since their favorite artist didn't walk home with McCarthy. Instead, he was spotted holding hands with his on-and-off girlfriend Selena Gomez and attending the after-party of the AMAs together at the Marriott Hotel later that night. The report came from an unlikely source, the cougar herself.
"My cub @justinbeiber brought his acceptable and beautifully aged beauty Selena to the AMA after party," the ex-girlfriend of Jim Carrey confirmed the sighting on her Twitter. The 40-year-old former Playboy bunny jokingly added, "Guess I'm back on the prowl. Rww!"
Bieber came to the live telecast of the AMAs with his mother and took her on stage when he won the top honor, Artist of the Year. Dominating the winner list, he also grabbed Favorite Male Pop/Rock Artist and Favorite Pop/Rock Album. He additionally took the stage to perform "Beauty and a Beat" with Nicki Minaj who scored a double victory.