While the Jersey Shore cast finished what was supposed to be their fifth and final season in late 2011, rumor has it MTV isn’t quite ready to let go of the cash cow.
After dealing with an eyelash emergency, Boomer & Carton were joined in the Allstate Studio by one of the stars from MTV’s “Jersey Shore.”
Fans of the MTV reality show who want a firsthand look at the gym-tan-laundry lifestyle will have to dish out $2,500 a night to stay at the Seaside Heights home.
Sens. Loretta Weinberg and Paul Sarlo say the Film and Digital Media Tax Credit Program creates jobs and drives the economy.
Abercrombie & Fitch Offers Cash To Jersey Shore’s Mike ‘The Situation’ Sorrentino To Wear Something Else
Abercrombie says it’s concerned that having Mike “The Situation” Sorrentino seen in its clothing could cause “significant damage” to the company’s image.
Gov. Chris Christie isn’t a fan of the show, but a new poll reveals that the program isn’t harming the state’s reputation, and may even be helping it by making it a bit more famous.
A judge in Ocean County admitted the 25-year-old Bronx, N.Y., resident into a pretrial intervention program for 18 months. Under the program, he neither admits nor denies guilt.
There comes a point when even the most gymed, tanned and laundered of Juice Heads needs to leave the nest, and it looks like Staten Island’s own Mike Sorrentino, aka ‘The Situation,’ has left the likes of ‘Snooki’ and ‘J-Woww’ behind him.
Plenty of fights in Seaside Heights, N.J., have aired on MTV’s “Jersey Shore,” but none have resulted in quite as many arrests as this past holiday weekend.
Heads up New Jersey. Snooki is finished harassing the Italian police, and she’s back in your neck of the woods.
Viacom, which is MTV’s parent company, announced production will begin in Seaside Heights sometime in June.
Italian police say they have revoked the international driver’s license of Nicole “Snooki” Polizzi after the “Jersey Shore” star was in a fender-bender with a police car.
It looks like the Guidos and Guidettes, as the show’s stars call themselves, might have to burnish their perma-tans with the glow of a pizza oven instead of the Tuscan sun.
Vinny from MTV’s “Jersey Shore” came in on Friday to talk to Boomer and Craig about his life, how the hit show represents Italian-Americans, and his thoughts on the Knicks’ and Rangers’ playoff runs.
The charge stems from a Sept. 4, 2009 fight outside a Seaside Heights nightclub in which the cast member allegedly knocked another man unconscious.