Jenny McCarthy predicted that she had at least 20 years left on 'The View' just a month before she was axed from the show.
Jenny McCarthy believed she would host 'The View' for another 20 years.
The former Playboy model, 41, was axed from the ABC talk show last month, after less than a year on the panel, but she predicted prior to her dismissal that she had at least another two decades left on the programme.
When asked by New You magazine in May where she thinks she will be in 20 years, she said: ''Believe it or not, I think I [will still be] on 'The View'. I love the show. I'm doing so much work to improve myself, signing up for critical thinking courses and doing all my media training.
''When I'm 60 I want to still have a face that moves. I want to have beautiful, healthy grandkids and still have Donnie [Wahlberg] be the hunky love of my life.''
The blonde beauty believes she's found stability in her life since meeting the New Kids on the Block singer - who proposed to her in April - and she feels their relationship is strong because they treat each other equally.
She explained: ''Things were always unbalanced in my previous relationships. I've either been a teacher or a student. With Donnie, we're just equal. I have my own identity and goals and he has his, yet we're so similar we work on them together.''
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