‘Masked Singer’s Jenny McCarthy Gets Flipped Off in Hilarious TikTok
The Masked Singer judge Jenny McCarthy posted a hilarious TikTok video on Monday. McCarthy managed to turn an awkward moment into a pretty positive message. While filming the silly clip, the actress was flipped off by someone she passed on the sidewalk, and it made the entire thing that much more entertaining.
Jenny McCarthy Gets Flipped Off in TikTok
In the TikTok video, McCarthy struts down the street in a shirt that reads, “B*tches Against Bullsh*t.” She lip-syncs to “It’s a Sunshine Day” from The Brady Bunch as she dances in the road and on the sidewalk. Eventually, she puts her arms out while passing someone.
The passerby doesn’t take too kindly to McCarthy’s antics, choosing to give her the finger behind her back. McCarthy continues dancing, oblivious to what has just happened. However, she addressed the funny moment in the video’s caption.
“Hoping everyone has a fantastic day today!” McCarthy wrote to accompany the post. “It’s possible to radiate joy, even if someone gives you the finger. Love wins.” She added a flexing arm and heart emoji to the message. We’re glad the actress can laugh at herself and turn it into something positive.
Fans also loved the video, with one writing, “I wouldn’t give you the finger I would be right beside you dancing.”
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McCarthy is Returning to ‘The Masked Singer’ This Season
If you want to see more of McCarthy, you won’t have to keep stalking her TikTok for new videos. She’ll be returning to the judging panel on The Masked Singer for Season 6. The new competition will premiere on September 22 on FOX.
Nick Cannon will be returning to the show as host, and McCarthy will be joined by fellow judges Ken Jeong, Nicole Scherzinger, and Robin Thicke. A whole new crop of mystery stars will be performing under the masks this season.
The show recently made headlines for continuing production despite 12 people on set testing positive for COVID-19. We hope things are safer going forward.