Feb 06, 2013

Whatever happened to me?

In the tabloids again? When I heard that I was in the National Examiner, I was expecting the worst. Β It was a relief to see that it was just updates on what we’re all doing except there was no mention of my cooking!

Oh well, it could have been worse….Β It could have been “Stars Without Makeup” or “A Tub of Cottage Cheese or Jenny Jones’s Thighs? You Decide!”

Filed Under: Dear Diary, General

10 Comments on “Whatever happened to me?”

  1. JS says:

    Also wish we could see you in some way on TV. I know you value your privacy and made enough money that you luckily can live a very comfortable life with no financial worries. Media landscape has also changed where media would be more intrusive and that probably isn’t worth the trade off for you,especially since you don’t seem like these ex celebrities crave the media spotlight. That being said,many of us miss you and would welcome you back to TV in any format,even if for a limited capacity. You’ve lived such a diverse and interesting life

  2. Jamie says:

    Do you miss being on TV at all? IT would be nice to see you in some way. Whether its an allstar celebrity reality show for charity or something else. Even DWTS or a cooking show – or a reality show about your life, your boyfriend, and youre trying to get a cooking show, and the wacky people around you. We’d like to see you again

  3. sue says:

    We are celebrating one of my friends birthday today at my house. She loves brownies, so I made your chocolate fudgey brownies for her cake. They are almost finished and my house smells mmmm mmmm great!! The cow timer just went off ! πŸ™‚

    They are perfect JJ!! You would be proud!


  4. Josh says:

    That was such a nice article! and the photos are great! Too bad they didn’t mention your cooking but at least they mentioned your cook book and jenny’s heros πŸ™‚

  5. Danny says:

    They used a great photo.Still looking good Jenny! Too bad they dont have that magazine here where I live! otherwise I would had been all over it!

  6. Rhonda says:

    With the way the media is with talking crap about others I don’t blame you for thinking the worse, but I felt like it was probably a good thing when I saw the cover. I actually was gonna look for it today on my lunch but forgot about it, so thank you Jenny for sharing the article. I was curious what was said after seeing it posted yesterday and it is nice what was said, but I wish they would’ve mentioned your cooking and photography as well. I love the fact they mentioned Jenny’s Heroes though. That was a very nice and kind thing you did for others in need. Which I knew you were a very special person with a kind heart and giving away $2 million dollars just proved me right all this time πŸ˜‰ πŸ˜€

  7. Kathy says:

    Sorry, I am in Florida and the people here are really laid back and slowwwwww. I was standing in line at Walmart and looked over there’s my girl Jenny!! Knew you would love it! The photos were great. I thought the story was nice but I was bummed they didn’t mention your cooking!!

    Love that you are so approachable and friendly!! I love that you take time to make us all feel special.

    Love ya

  8. sue says:

    JJ that’s a great article! I agree, when you see the National Examiner or the other tabloid junk, it’s always crap! That was really nice. πŸ™‚


  9. Valerie Walling says:

    Your fans would love to see you have another talk show. You are very talented!
    I am glad that the article was a positive one. Valerie

  10. MARTY says:

    You still look good to me.

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