Angelina said, “I think that if you cheat, you should be dumped for it and you should be abused. Karma is a b*tch and I can’t wait to post cheaters on the site.”
As part of the deal, Cheaterville gets prime space on the Jersey Shore website, and there are videos of the cast talking about why cheating is wrong.
We love how tackiness of the Jersey Shore crew – they will all endorse anything for a buck. Stay classy guys.
Norelco and Vinny are hoping to help guys “get their style in check before heading back to school” and include grooming with Phillips Norelco products along with their “GTL.”
“Today, style is all about customization and confidence,” Vinny Guadagnino said in a statement. “GTL – or gym, tan, laundry – can only get you so far. DIY – do-it-yourself – is the real key to personalized style.”
It’s funny that another major brand wants to get on the Jersey Shore bandwagon, despite Abercrombie & Fitch’s offer to pay Jersey Shore cast members not to wear their clothing.
Mike is now promoting Boca Tanning Club. He will be the face and body of the Florida-based sunless tanning company that offers salons open 24/7 in Florida, Texas, and New York.
“It’s so exciting to be a part of something like this,” Sorrentino told Us Weekly on Aug. 10. “It’s such a classy organization and the facilities are unique and state of the art. I’m just very excited for the future and expansion of the company — and really putting the ‘T’ in ‘GTL’!”
“There just really couldn’t be a better fit in the world for our brand than Mike, considering he coined the term ‘GTL,’” Jen Boronico, owner of Boca Tanning Opportunities, Inc., told Us. “We’re working with him on an aerosol spray tan and it’ll be a beautiful bronze color that you’ll be able to apply in your bathroom — and look as tan as Mike.”
The company is called FLOW Formal, and the CEO Brian Weintraub told TMZ The Situation is a perfect spokesperson as they target a younger demo.
Weintraub adds, “This is great for us and great for the industry. [Tuxedos have] become an old man thing.”
They are even making an entire tuxedo line called “The Situation,” which launches in February 2012.
Here’s our concern - is The Situation still going to be relevant next year? The show is definitely coming to an end and as Spencer Pratt and Heidi Montag have taught us that reality TV is not a career.
In the interest of the entire tuxedo industry, let’s hope The Situation has the staying power.
Obviously, Charlie Sheen needs a job. His stint on “Two and a Half Men” is over with Ashton Kutcher now replacing him. And we all know Charlie’s live show sucks, so he definitely needs a source of income.
Luckily, EstablishedMen.com is coming to the rescue. The social networking site which connects wealthy men seeking hot younger women has offered Sheen an endorsement job for three years, reports TMZ.
The deal is worth $3,000,000, and Charlie would be crowned PRESIDENT of Established Men — running advertising, sales, and promotions — in return for a 50% interest in the company.
Most of the time these endorsement offers are stupid, but this seems like a reasonable opportunity for both sides. Charlie – do the deal!
Because you can never have enough money and slut yourself out too much, Justin Bieber now has his own woman’s fragrance. “Someday” by Justin Bieber is a fruity floral scent created by Honorine Blanc of Firmenich that will appeal to the 14- to 18-year-old core of Bieber’s fan base, reportsWWD.
“Let’s be real, the way a girl smells is very important to a guy! I have such a deep connection with my fans, so creating a fragrance that I personally love is another way I can bring them closer to my world,” Bieber told the fashion trade journal.
Is there anything else left for Justin to put his name on? Seriously what’s next? Well here is our guess for the next Justin Bieber line of products:
- Justin Bieber Condoms
- Justin Bieber Retirement Homes
- Justin Bieber Tax Software
- Justin Bieber Snow Tires
Check out a recent interview we did with Bieber:
This girl knows how to juggle endorsement deals!
After signing on to produce her own brand of tanning lotion last week, Jenni ‘JWOWW” Farley has reportedly added her name to another lucrative promotion opportunity – an appearance at Total Non-Stop Action Wrestling.
TMZ reports that the ‘Jersey Shore’ star will pull in an easy 15 grand to make a one night only appearance on Spike TV’s ‘TNA Impact!’ on Thursday. Though she doesn’t have a match lined up, she’ll probably be throwing down with wrestlers like Robbie E. and Cookie.
We don’t know who those people are, but they sure don’t sound very wrestler-y!
Farley hasn’t even appeared on the show yet but TNA is already looking to get her for a second appearance. It’s probably a good move on their part! JWOWW is, to quote Paris Hilton circa 2005, “So hot right now.”
Well Jenni, you’ve endorsed the G and the T, now where’s that L? Can we expect some JWOWW brand fabric softener in the near future?
As if Justin Bieber didn’t have enough on his plate and wasn’t racking in enough cash. Proactiv has chosen Justin Bieber as the new face of the acne medication, joining the ranks of Katy Perry, Jessica Simpson, Mandy Moore and Jennifer Love Hewitt.
“I know that for a teenager, it doesn’t matter how many people are looking at you, you don’t want acne on your face,” Bieber told People. “I’m in the limelight all the time…I’m constantly doing interviews, constantly doing photo shoots and, you know, I’m determined to keep myself clear.”
Bieber adds, “My fans already know I’m just a regular kid, except the stuff about my life that’s not regular…like performing to thousands of kids and always being in the spotlight.”
Sylvester Stallone is the new face of Russian Ice vodka.
According to E! News, the Russian vodka producer Synergy has signed the action star to a one-year contract. Stallone will appear in print and TV ads for the company’s Russian Ice line of vodka beginning September 1.
“The advertising campaign concept was based on the fact that the actor has Russian roots,” Synergy explained in a statement.
According to Russia’s federal law, companies are prohibited from advertising alcoholic products on federal TV channels, meaning the star’s commercial will air only on the nation’s cable stations come this fall.
The endorsement deal is said to be roughly worth $1 million.