According to TMZ.com, McGee is in the running to host an in-development reality show about philandering famous spouses, "Celebrity Cheaters." Her potential co-host? Jamie Jungers, one of Tiger Woods' alleged mistresses.
While "Celebrity Cheaters" searches for a home on TV, McGee is keeping busy with appearances -- on April 23, she's scheduled to sign autographs, pose for photos and dance topless at Vegas's Deja Vu Showgirls club.
"We're just cashing in on her celebrity right now," Deju Vu advertising and marketing director Larry Beard told People magazine. "There's actually a group of tattoo enthusiasts that are all going to show up. I'm getting a lot of response for it. It should be a pretty big event."
McGee attempted to defend her reputation Friday, days after issuing an apology to Bullock.
"I am not a homewrecker," she told E! Online's "Daily 10." "I don't believe I destroyed their marriage. Jesse destroyed his marriage. My message to Jesse would be, 'If you were honest to me up front ... we wouldn't be in this situation.'"
"It's hard to be the most-hated person in America," she added. "It's easy to target someone who looks different."
Last Monday, McGee issued her first public apology to Bullock.
"I feel bad for Sandra," the heavily tattooed model and stripper said on Australia's "Today Tonight" April 12. "I know what she's going through. She must be hurt, devastated, upset, embarrassed."
Asked what she'd say to Bullock, McGee replied, "I want to give her a heartfelt apology. Sandra, I'm sorry. I'm sorry for your embarrassment. I'm sorry all of this is public."
Meanwhile, Bullock's sister is trying to keep her Oscar-winning sibling from being a paparazzi target. According to People magazine, Gesine Bullock-Prado took to her blog, Confections of a (Closet) Master Baker, recently to shoot down rumors that Bullock fled to Vermont to spend Easter with her sister. Bullock-Prado said the reports make no sense since she was in Chicago for the holiday.
"So to set the record completely straight, if the post on Easter about gorging my way through Chicago doesn't convince you to my whereabouts and only my whereabouts, then let my reservations on the lovely United Airlines be a true and honest testament to what I ate for Easter dinner and with whom, and it wasn't with my lovely family at some nameless Vermont inn I've never set eyes upon," she wrote.