It's no secret that Jenny McCarthy has a slammin' bikini body, and she showed it off in a skimpy striped two-piece in Malibu yesterday. Jenny was filming a video with lots of cute kids, but Jim and Evan were right there to give her a little love between takes. We're used to seeing Jenny campaigning hard for her causes relating to children, but it's especially fun when she gets to add her love for the beach to the mix.
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Jim Carrey, Jenny McCarthy and little Evan were front and center in Washington, DC today for the Green Our Vaccines march. The loving couple and their adorable boy were out to support the cause which campaigns for further research into possible correlations between vaccines and autism, something near to their hearts since Evan was diagnosed with the developmental disorder. At the rally Jim spoke:
- On Evan: "He taught me how to love. And without Evan I might never have seen the greatness of Jenny's spirit."
- On the cause: "Jenny's friends would kind of hint around and say, 'Hey, it would be kind of cool if you got involved in this,' and I thought to myself, 'This is just so inevitable. This just can't not happen. If you care about the planet and about children, you have to."
I love to hear Jim open up about what Jenny and Evan have taught him and it just melts my heart to see them all together.
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Jim and Jenny packed Evan into the car Sunday with a bunch of festive balloons for their day of Easter fun. The weekend was doubly special for Jim as Horton Hears A Who took the box office title for the second weekend in a row. Jim has certainly changed things up since his Ace Ventura days with some more recent dark movies like The Number 23 but he's also found a new niche catering to a younger audience so hopefully we'll get more family friendly films from this funny guy.
Hollywood seems to have Horton Hears A Who fever and I'm thinking it's contagious. Jim Carrey had Jenny, Evan and his daughter Jane all by his side at the big orange carpet premiere of the movie on Saturday. Steve Carell and Will Arnett showed off their cheesiest smiles while Brooke Shields had her whole family along to enjoy the fun. Things got a little touchy after the screening when a group of pro-lifers infiltrated the premiere with their rally. I'm sure the celebrities in attendance, including Victoria and Cruz Beckham who skipped the red carpet, didn't quite know what to do with that. Maybe a trip to IHOP for some green eggs and ham was in order? I have high hopes for the big screen adaptation of this beloved Dr. Seuss story — anyone else think this movie might actually live up to the book?
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Jenny McCarthy and her main man Evan spent some time getting pizza with his dad John Asher in LA over the weekend. Jenny's opened up to the world recently about her son, her relationship with Jim and how much she wants to educate the world as much as she can about autism. Now, she's talking to her hometown Chicago Tribune on writing the book about Evan's autism and what's next on her agenda. Here's more:
Q: You've said "This is the book I was born to write." How did you write it? Were you journaling at the time?
A: With all of my books, I just sit down and write. It's very much after the fact. I have a photographic memory of events in my life; it's one of the things I'm blessed with for the sole purpose of writing books. The story is imprinted on my soul. It wasn't hard to write.
Q: What's next on your schedule?
A: I want to start the mommy autism learning tour across the country. I want to find locations, charge next to nothing and come talk to moms to teach them everything I learned. I'll bring doctors with me.
Q: Is "cute guy" in the book (boyfriend) Jim Carrey?
The book sounds like heavy stuff, but knowing Jenny she always finds a way to make people smile. Hopefully, all this work she's been doing is helpful to lots of moms out there who are going through similar experiences. Sometimes it's hard to imagine that this is the same woman who made her name on Singled Out.