Now here’s something I never expected.
With Jersey Shore coming to an end after this season, Mike “The Situation” Sorrentino already has plans for his next gig: to be an animal rights advocate.
Joining a long list of celebs including Justin Bieber, Kellen Lutz, Audrina Patridge and Simon Cowell to fight animal homelessness with PETA, The Sitch launched his campaign Thursday in front of MTV Studios in Times Square.
“It definitely was overcrowded, and I learned that there’s been a problem, and it’s a growing problem.”
Offering some wisdom about how to prevent the issue he cautions, ”Fix your animals,” noting that pets should always be spayed and neutered.
But even though this movement has good intentions, I can’t help but balk at these ads.
With the sight of a shirtless Sorrentino and the ever-so-classy line of “TOO MUCH PU**Y CAN BE A BAD THING,” everything about this campaign is just a little too much for me to handle.
Jersey Shore is
finally ending after six epic seasons. MTV confirmed that the upcoming season will be its final, meaning it’ll be the last time you can seriously indulge in conversations about hairspray, GTL, DTF and other acronyms that you never fully understood.
While we’re not particularly happy to say bon voyage to the cast (it’s a guilty pleasure) we can’t really imagine them trading beer funnels for baby bottles and going to Club Karma to hook up… with their serious, significant other.
The final season starts on Oct. 4 on MTV but there will be a commemorative retrospective on Sept. 6 called “Gym, Tan, Look Back.” Still, we’re pretty sure this won’t be the last you see of them — some will probably continue filming their spin-off shows while others will inevitably score a sausage infomercial or two.
Are you sad to see the show go or relieved you’ll never have to see The Situation’s abs ever again?
Even though Snooki is pregnant the Situation newly sober, things don’t seem to change for the Jersey Shore crew. According to US Weekly sources, the cast were in yet another bar brawl while filming their 6th and final season for MTV. I know, colour me surprised.
While the cast was trying to have a good time at Seaside Heights’ Bamboo Bar on Friday night, a couple of drunk guys saw the camera and began taunting the girls. They then turned their attention to Vinny, Ronnie, Pauly D, and the Situation. Obviously, the drunk guys haven’t seen enough episodes to know that insulting the Jersey Shore crew results in a couple fists to the face.
The Situation, Ronnie, Pauly D, JWoww’s boyfriend Rodger, and Pauly’s friend Ryan were fighting off just about everyone, including the bouncers. Even JWoww threw a couple of punches. Vinny, who is probably the smartest and most self-aware person of the cast, kept himself out of the fray.
If you’re wondering where pregnant Snooki was, don’t fret. She wasn’t anywhere near the ruckus, and was probably at her new digs away from the Jersey Shore house.
I’m dreading this Fox dating show called The Choice, which features sleazy, celebrity bachelors that all agree to go on semi blind dates. The show is set up similar to The Voice in that the celebs can’t see their potential dates — they can only hear their voices. The contestants share their date pitches with the celebrities until they’re chosen.
GAG. Apparently Fox likes to recycle every successful show by applying the exact same formula to other aspects of life.
Celebrity bachelors include Jersey Shore’s Pauly D and ‘The Situation,’ as well as American Idol
star singer Taylor Hicks. First, I don’t know why anyone would want to go on a romantic date with anyone whose motto is DTF and also, why would Joe Jonas need help finding a date? Weren’t girls all over him a couple years ago?
Female celebrities include actress Carmen Electra and model Hope Dworaczyk. The trailer below insists no one plays the dating game like Fox, but The Choice and Take Me Out is a little too tacky for me. What do you guys think?
Watch it here:
In a move that proves Snooki might not be such a terrible mom after all, the reality star has decided not to live in the Jersey Shore house next season. Instead, she’ll live NEAR the house.
According to TMZ, she’s taking her pregnancy very seriously (why wouldn’t she?) and doesn’t want to be surrounded by boozy, loud roommates. So it seems she’s more into the GTL side of things than DTF. By the time the show starts filming this season, Snooki will be about ready to pop. Wouldn’t that be a cinematic ending?
We’ll also see a different side of Mike “The Situation” Sorrentino, as he just got out of rehab and plans to remain sober this season. Next thing you know, JWoww will be planning a wedding and Vinny will FINALLY go to law school.
Today TMZ reported that Mike “The Situation” checked into
an inpatient treatment program rehab. Although his rep wouldn’t confirm it, he apparently told TMZ that Mike “has spent the past several weeks at an undisclosed location for much needed rest and recuperation after his extensive production and appearance schedule.” TMZ went further by saying Mike is in Utah’s Cirque Lodge for prescription meds.
About 50 percent of the cast mates in Jersey Shore could benefit from rehab (including Mike). Still, using that statement as a metaphor for rehab seems like a stretch.
On the Situation’s website, it says TMZ created “ridiculous embellishments” and “This is just like the childhood game of “telephone” – someone hears a small rumor and blows it out of proportion.”
Mike also denied the rumors on Twitter: ”Do NOT Believe Everything You Hear, Especially from TMZ.”
We’ve seen some pretty erratic behaviour from Mike on the most recent season of Jersey Shore — well on all the seasons, really. His random paranoid outbursts have resulted in him getting a concussion for headbutting a wall during a fight with Ronnie.
The verdict? For now it looks like Mike is denying the rehab rumors so we can’t assume anything. For all we know, this undisclosed location is some remote beach where he’s soaking in the sun and recovering from the self-inflicted scars of the Jersey Shore house. But still, it really wouldn’t hurt if he were in rehab.
Season 6 of Jersey Shore just got the “go ahead” and I have so many questions. Like, how healthy is it for a pregnant Snooki to stay in this alcohol-fuelled, smush house?
All eight cast members are set to start production this summer in Seaside Heights. Well… nine if you include the bun in Snooki’s oven.
Vinny recently joked around with E! News that he wants to turn the house’s “smush room” into a baby room for Snooki and Jionni’s offspring. Who knows, if they go long enough maybe we’ll get a spinoff called “Jersey Shore: Full House,” featuring Pauly D and Vinny as the weird uncles and Deena as the creepy babysitter.
Despite declining ratings, MTV already announced spinoffs featuring Pauly D and Snooki with JWoww. Fewer than 5 million viewers tuned in for the final episodes of Season 5, but maybe Snooki’s pregnancy will be enough to draw in more viewers.
Will you watch it?
The boys from “Jersey Shore” paid a visit to Jimmy Kimmel last night to talk about the new season. Below are some highlights from the chat:
- Vinny does leave the show at one point in the season. ”It got real for me for a little bit and I had to take care of myself,” Vinny said, noting severe difficulties balancing his life and the show’s demanding schedule. “But you’ll see — a good thing ends up coming out of it.”
- “It was a big shock to us … he was like the voice of reason in the house,” says The Situation about Vinny.
- Pauly D says,” You don’t know what you’ve got till its gone,” regarding Vinny.
- Pauly D talked about his spinoff, and The Situation mentioned he has something going on. ”Everybody’s got their own things going on,” he said. “I don’t know if we’re allowed to discuss everything.”
If you loved ‘Jersey Shore,’ this is bad news. If you hate it, this could be good news. HollywoodLife is reporting a connected source is claiming MTV’s ‘Jersey Shore’ might be finished after season 5.
“The cast just isn’t as close as they once were,” a source tells HollywoodLife. “They are all pursuing their own projects, clothing lines, perfume lines and several of them want their own spinoffs. There’s a lot of competition and they all feel like they’re famous enough in their own rights to continue on without the show.”
“Pauly D has been trying to secure his own reality show for a while,” another source tells HollywoodLife. “Mike wants his own show but no one has really wants to go forward with it and Snooki and JWoww were trying to get their own show.”
We think this is a terrible decision. Realistically, the cast is really only good for one thing – ‘Jersey Shore.’ If they quit that, then we believe they are all finished completely.
Hide yo kids, hide yo grenades! Jersey Shore’s back for a fifth (and final?) season.
This new season is bound to be more sloppy, more dirty, more greasy and more hoochie as the gang goes back to their roots: the New Jersey seaside. Perez Hilton just posted the juicy trailer.
The Situation is probably the most happy to return back to the place that made him. He declares he’s ready to “tear speakers off this joint!” Snooki even calls this “the best time of my life”.
No season is complete without nasty catifghts. This season, Hurricane Situation is heading straight to Snookie Island. Another shocker is Vinnie leaving the house. Halfway through the season the gang’s down a roommate and will most likely have to find a replacement (hope it’s not Angelina).
So, buckle up, lather on that tanning oil and watch as things get hot on the new season of Jersey Shore.
Justin’s not the only one with courtroom woes.
The Situation from Jersey Shore is suing clothing retailer Abercrombie and Fitch for using his name for profit. E! reveals the store was selling shirts saying “The Fitchuation” and “GTL…You Know The Deal” which were obviously trademarks of his.
It’s a hypocritical thing for the company to do since a few months ago they offered to give the reality star a lump sum if he stopped wearing their clothing. Looks like A & F were embarrassed to be associated with him, until they decided making money was better than being made fun of.
I can’t believe I’m saying this, but I hope The Situation wins in this courtroom battle. Besides, if Snooki’s allegations that he’s going broke are true, he’d really benefit from the pay-off. Hopefully he can buy some shirts.
The Situation is taking his G-T-L to the suburbs.
The Jersey Shore star is set to play himself in an episode of the NBC comedy Suburbatory. He’ll be seen DJing at a high-school school dance. I’m sure the extras on the set will be excited about that.
Situation is following in the footsteps of Vinny, who was recently seen on 90210, playing an arrogant Hollywood actor. It wasn’t anything to write home about, though. Vinny could have used some acting classes, as I’m sure the Situation will desperately need too. Although he did appear on a season of Dancing with the Stars, it wasn’t necessarily “acting”.
The Gossip Cop says the episode staring the guido should air sometime next year.
According to Snooki, who gave a rather revealing interview with GQ, Mike a.k.a. The Situation is already broke after 5 seasons of the Jersey Shore. The Superficial posted a snippet of the interview. Note: Snooki began by telling GQ she wants to become a veterinarian (it’s never too late to give up on stripping!) hence the heart rate question.
GQ: Do you remember the ideal heart rate for a dog?
Snooki: 150. I would love to go back to school and get my vet tech license. I loved the teachers at my school, I’d go there. It’s small, they have a great vet tech program and it’s cheap.
GQ: But you have money now!
Snooki: I don’t care. My entire outfit is probably like 50 bucks total.
GQ: So what do you spend your money on?
Snooki: I save it. Jersey Shore is going to end soon. I’m not going to spend money like Mike [The Situation]. He’s already broke!
I guess tanning and buying shots at Karma every night really burns a hole in one’s pocket. Ways he could save money include cutting back on t-shirts — as if he wears one anymore! Also, rubbing Snooki and hoping she rubs off on him would also cut back on tanning costs.
Just in time for Halloween, a company called E-Poll conducted a survey to find out who gives America the creeps. The poll surveyed 1100 Americans and asked them to rate celebrities based on 100 different possible attributes. The following list indicates what percentage of the sample group checked off “creepy” for each celebrity.
1. Marilyn Manson..69%
2. Casey Anthony…57%
3. O.J. Simpson….56%
4. Spencer Prat….49%
5. Nadya Suleman…41%
6. Charlie Sheen…34%
7. Eliot Spitzer…34%
8. Woody Allen…..31%
9. Tim Burton……31%
10. Jesse James…..30%
Topping the list of creepy celebrities is a man who allegedly had a rib surgically removed in order to perform oral sex on himself (Marilyn Manson). Also on the list are two of America’s most famous accused murderers (Casey Anthony, O.J. Simpson) and a warlock from planet Awesome (Charlie Sheen). For the most part, the list is fairly predictable. The only real surprise is a neurotic film -maker who fell in love with his adopted daughter (Woody Allen). Perhaps that’s not as surprising as one may think.
Surprisingly, none of the cast members from Jersey Shore made the list. (Personally I thought The Situation was a shoe-in for the top spot.) None of the Guidos or Guidettes even broke the the top ten but somehow Eliot Spitzer has a strong hold on seventh spot.
In addition, the same survey also determined which celebrities have the most marketing potential. Of the top ten listed above, Spencer Pratt from The Hills and ‘Octomom’ Nadya Suleman proved to have the least marketing potential, demonstrating that America will gladly watch these idiots but probably wouldn’t purchase a product they endorse.
These statistics are pretty reassuring. Americans show they haven’t lost the ability to think rationally and I agree with them. I would never purchase anything from a psychopath with a frozen sperm fetish. Nor would I buy anything from a delusional moron still caught in a shame spiral after he and his Franken-Bride were last seen on I’m A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here.
Well done, America.
Apparently, cutting in line to get a bite out of the new Apple product isn’t gonna fly in Las Vegas.
Gizmodo reports the Situation wanted to get his greasy hands on the new iPhone 4S but went home empty handed instead, after an employee told him to GTFO and threw him out. Ouch!
Yo, Sitch, I dunno how they do it in Jersey, but elsewhere, we all patiently wait our turn to buy things. Things like iPhones, tanning oils and hoochie looking girls.
The Situation is suing a company claiming they stole his “GTL” trademark.
The Situation sent a cease and desist letter to MyGTLFuel.com to stop using GTL. The company ignored the letter, and now Sorrentino has filed suit.
TMZ reports Sorrentino’s lawyers have asked judges to stop the company from selling products using GTL.
MyGTLFuel.com says Sorrentino has applied to trademark “GTL,” but he doesn’t have it yet. So they feel they are free to keep using the name MyGTLFuel.com
“The bathroom is disgusting and there is this disgusting toothbrush on the counter,” says Pauly. “I’m getting all the nasty hair out of the clippers and used someone’s toothbrush. Anyone dumb enough to leave their toothbrush on this counter deserves it.”
Of course the toothbrush ends up being Mike’s, and he brushes his teeth in front of the guys. The guys end up laughing uncontrollably.
Vinny says, “Part of me feels bad, but then I’m like, ‘Yes! This is awesome!’”
The Situation from Jersey Shore is modeling tuxedos for Flow Formal Wear.
Flow has released some “classy” shots of Mike in their tuxedos – including one shot wear he can’t help but show his abs.
It’s weird to see The Situation modeling clothes, considering he spends most of his time trying to get out of his clothes.
TMZ has footage of the handicapped man trying to walk around The Situation’s Ferrari. Apparently when you have a Ferrari, handicap parking spots come with the deal. At least according to The Situation.
Dennis Leary wrote a song in the 90′s that perfectly describes The Situation.