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Wednesday 26 November 2014

Jenny McCarthy parties in NYC

Jenny McCarthy
Jenny McCarthy

Jenny McCarthy was the "life of the party" during a recent night out.

Before hitting a club, the star - who turns 40 on November 1 - was surrounded by skimpily clad male models as she hosted 2(x)ist Underwear Fashion Show in New York City at Arena last Thursday. Once she had performed her duties, Jenny went to exclusive club 1Oak where she let down her hair.

"She was the life of the party," a source told New York Post. "Jenny was out with her manager but looked like she was having a great time dancing and talking to people near her table."

Jenny appears to be making the most of her single status, after splitting from American football star Brian Urlacher in August.

As well as enjoying nights out with friends, the model-and-presenter has also been busy promoting her new book Bad Habits: Confessions of a Recovering Catholic.

In the tome, Jenny reveals she wanted to be a nun when she was growing up and attended church twice a week.

"I had a Jesus poster, the Pope was over there, I had some 'I love Jesus' T-shirts and bags hanging up. Jesus was my Justin Bieber," she recently explained.

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