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Jenny McCarthy puts her Wahlberg on ‘View’

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Jenny McCarthy’s first guest on “The View” on Monday was her Boston-bred boyfriend, Donnie Wahlberg. He talked with her (and Barbara Walters’s crew) about his show “Blue Bloods,” and about his restaurant Wahlburgers, which is opening a location in Toronto. McCarthy said, of the burger place, “I must say, his buns are quite delicious.”

Yes, he is.

“Yes, married.” — Patrick Stewart, actor, 72, announcing on Twitter his marriage to jazz singer Sunny Ozell, 35, in a ceremony officiated by Ian McKellen.

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