The media mogul corrected the model and instead sent her a very positive tweet filled with good wishes.
It's a valuable lesson Jenny McCarthy learned on Wednesday, October 30, of not to assume negatively about other people, especially if it is media mogul and well-loved philanthropist Oprah Winfrey she's talking about. The "Queen of Talk" responded quite nicely and rather positively to a comment made by the Playboy model on Andy Cohen's show about her having a "s**t list."
"@JennyMcCarthy don't have a s**t list If I did you'd never be on it. Wishing you only good fortune, love and light and watching @theview," the 59-year-old TV personality tweeted the morning after McCarthy's appearance on "Watch What Happens Live". The 40-year old co-host of "The View" had said the night before, "I'm sure there's probably a lot of people on her s**t list. I'm probably number four."
The assumption was formed following a five-year deal for her to do a show on Winfrey's OWN network back in 2011 that did not push through, prompting her to tell Cohen, "I would be scared that she would beat me up." That's when the Bravo TV host asked McCarthy if she thought she was on the hypothetical Oprah list but judging from the sincere tweet, there is no bad blood coming from Winfrey's side.
The Twitter message may just be what Donnie Wahlberg's girlfriend needs during this time, when there is a lot of talk that she might be seeing the end of her "View" co-hosting stint soon, due to her controversial hosting style that is apparently turning off the long-running followers of the chat show.