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Jenny McCarthy’s Carl’s Jr Commercial Song Desire by Pharoahe Monch featuring Showtyme.

This is the commercial ad of Carl’s Jr.. this commercial was released in June 21st 2013 in United States under the titled of “Cranberry Apple Walnut Grilled Chicken Salad”. Forget you’re eating salad with Jenny McCarthy and the all new Cranberry Apple Walnut Grilled Chicken Salad.

And this very sexually attractive lady who shows up in the commercial ad of Carl’s Jr is an American model and actress from Evergreen Park born in 1972 and her name is Jenny McCarthy. If you are interested in knowing more about her, you can find out more information about her in Jenny McCarthy.

The song which was used in the commercial ad of Carl’s Jr is “Desire” by African-American rapper Pharoahe Monch featuring Showtyme released on June 26th 2007. And this song “Desire” is included in his second solo album “Desire”.

For those of you who like this song “Desire”, you can download it from Amazon or Itunes. Also, there is “Behind the Scenes” that contains fun behind stories recorded while producing the commercial ad of Carl’s Jr. Learn more

Jenny McCarthy Carl's Jr
Jenny McCarthy’s Carl’s Jr Commercial
Song: Desire by Pharoahe Monch featuring Showtyme
Buy the song on Amazon or Itunes here.

This is the lyrics that is used in the commercial ad.
Oh oh oh oh oh oh oh
Said it’s my desire yes it yeah
Yes it yes it is oh yeah yeah

Oh oh oh oh oh oh oh
Said it’s my desire yes it yeah
Yes it yes it is oh yeah yeah…

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Ad Title: Wiley Pitman and Five Notes That Changed a Life
Country: South Africa
Client: Tracker South Africa
Creative Agency: House of Brave
Account Manager: Natasha Gresle / Tatiana Glyptis
Executive Creative Director: Vanessa Pearson
Writer: Dan Parmenter / Stefanus Nel / Conan Green
Art Director: Thereza Norton
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Editor: Gordon Midgley
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