"I wanted them to be ridiculously hot," the actress tells PEOPLE of her design

By Kate Hogan
April 09, 2012 01:00 PM

Courtesy ShoeDazzle; Inset: Brian Dowling/PictureGroup

“Even us MILFs want to look sexy,” Jenny McCarthy tells PEOPLE. “We might be falling over, but we’ll look hot falling over.” Such is the thinking behind the actress’s new “Insatiable” pump, a sexy black peep-toe created for ShoeDazzle.com as part of the site’s celebrity shoe design program for charity.

The Insatiable ($39.95) features stud detail, a pretty blue lining and a somewhat racy name. “I wanted something that just sounded kind of naughty, but still kind of fun and delicious,” McCarthy explains, adding, “It’s what I want my boyfriend to call me.”

Profits from sales of the shoe will benefit Generation Rescue, McCarthy’s charity for families who have children with autism. The organization provides support, guidance and medical assistance, and is active in 38 countries, according to the star. “We’ve been growing every year, and I’m excited about it,” says McCarthy, mom to a son who was once diagnosed with disorder.

Since April is Autism Awareness Month, ShoeDazzle is going a step further, donating $5 to Generation Rescue for every new shopper who joins the site (and enters code ‘JENNY’) through May 9.

This is McCarthy’s second collaboration with ShoeDazzle; she designed a similarly sexy pump for charity last year. “This is like the summer version of that,” she explains. “I made them a little higher this year, though, because I wanted them to be ridiculously hot.” Tell us: Will you buy McCarthy’s shoe for charity?