jenny mccarthy donnie wahlberg world series bet Donnie Wahlberg and Andy Cohen wager Jenny McCarthy on the World Series outcomeAdorable new couple Jenny McCarthy and Donnie Wahlberg stopped by “Watch What Happens Live” on Tuesday (Oct. 29) — a heated meeting between Boston Red Sox fan Wahlberg and host Andy Cohen, who is a St. Louis Cardinals fan.

Wahlberg predicts the Bosox win the 2013 World Series Wednesday night, Oct. 30, during Game 6 — though he says if any team can come back, it’s the St. Louis Cardinals. When Cohen proposes a wager, McCarthy pipes up that they can bet her.

“If the Cardinals win, I get Jenny for a night?” asks Cohen.

“Yes, that’s absolutely fine with me,” says Wahlberg. “Well, they’re probably gonna watch TV or something.”


Cohen also replays the night McCarthy and Wahlberg first met, which was on “Watch What Happens Live” over a year ago.

During a segment titled “Oh No View Didn’t,” where McCarthy answers questions about her co-hosts:

On telling Barbara Walters she has bad breath or she doesn’t like her outfit: “Oh, hell no.”

On if she’d have Elisabeth Hasselbeck over for drinks: “Yes, I love her.”

On who she’d want to co-host with for a week if it was only the two of them: “Sherri Shepherd — she’s my girl.”

Then when Wahlberg’s sister calls in, she asks McCarthy what his most disgusting habit is and she says, “I think everything he does — and I’m not just saying this ’cause I love him — I think everything about him is awesome. He’s one of the most incredible men I’ve ever met in my entire life. … I know I’m ridiculous at times but he has blown me away at what an incredible person he is. … He does not disgust me yet. Ask me 20 years from now.”


McCarthy also says that she’s totally scared of Oprah Winfrey. Watch:

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