Jenny McCarthy and Andy Cohen will both be in the spotlight this New Year's Eve. While Andy and Anderson Cooper headline CNN's New Year's Eve Live, McCarthy will appear on Dick Clark's New Year's Rockin' Eve. But last year, the holiday spotlight belonged to Mariah Carey alone. And when McCarthy appeared on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen on December 11, she had some behind-the-scenes scoop to spill on the night that spurned the famous line: "They told me there would be tea."
Apparently, they also told the singer there would be wheels. "You guys, she came out — they had to put her in a wheelchair, because she won't walk in heels," McCarthy spilled. (Understandable. Stilettos hurt!) She continued: "It's an office chair, and they're pushing her down Times Square, in an office chair. I swear to God! You can Google 'Mariah Carey in an office chair' and see her [with her legs crossed], and they push her along."
We tried it: The footage is pretty fabulous.