As everybody screamed 2014 goodbye and welcomed 2015, couples were seen kissing in celebration of another year together. Among the couples are Jenny McCarthy and Donnie Wahlberg, who are celebrating their first New Year’s Eve as a married couple.
After their respective divorce and fair share of dates, McCarthy and Wahlberg landed on each other’s arms and even shared quite an intense kiss in welcoming 2014. And now, finally married last August 2014, husband and wife shared another kiss to welcome 2015.
Donning similar black outfits for the night, the couple kept each other close as McCarthy co-hosted “Dick Clark’s New Year’s Rockin’ Eve with Ryan Seacrest.” However, unlike their kiss last year, the two shared a sweet Eskimo kiss, or simply rubbed their noses together.
The year 2015 marks a new chapter in the couple’s lives. And in no time at all, we’ll be able to share the couple’s life with each other through their new reality docuseries "Donnie Loves Jenny," which is scheduled to debut in A&E Network in early 2015.
On Tuesday, Nov. 11, 2014, A&E announced that "Donnie Loves Jenny" is slated for next year. It is said to consist of 10 episodes chronicling McCarthy and Wahlberg’s newlywed life. The series’ one-hour premiere is revealed to be featuring their Illinois wedding back in Aug. 31, 2014.
In a statement the couple released, they revealed how excited they are for the project, which they will also be co-producing under their production company D&J Productions.
“Not only have we found a new home together, we have found the perfect place for our exciting new projects to live with A&E Network… We love working together and with our crazy schedules this gives us the chance to both work and play together,” McCarthy and Wahlberg said in a statement.
Don’t you think Jenny McCarthy and Donnie Wahlberg are just sweet together? Are you also excited for the upcoming debut of their series ‘"Donnie Loves Jenny" this year? Post your comments below.
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