In last week's premiere, the cast of "Jersey Shore" returned to Seaside Heights after their season four excursion to Florence, Italy, and got right back to it, fist-pumping the night away and GTL-ing all day long. But last night's second episode was a tumultuous one – Vinny left the house because "he had to go home to recharge," which was particularly hard on his best bro, Pauly D.
So what's a happy-go-lucky guido like Pauly D to do when the going gets tough? Turn to comforting things, of course, and for Pauly D that means the tanning bed. But there was one big problem and it's one those of us with fairer skin than the "Shore" crew can relate to – a little too much sun (or bulb) exposure can leave you feeling pretty raw!
"I got no tan in Italy so I got a little excited," Pauly said of his return to Jersey. "I went tanning in Jersey, went tanning, went tanning, went tanning, went tanning. I burnt my whole face off."
Pauly's pain was our gain and it translated into one of our favorite moments from last night's show.
This is definitely a "Pauly D problem" and we've remixed it for you below. Enjoy!
By Uptin Saiidi
While many have recently traded in their beach towels for three-ring binders, one surprising Guido has also fist-pumped his way into the classroom. "Jersey Shore" star Vinny Guadagnino has enrolled in an improv class at NYC’s Upright Citizens Brigade, a theater and school co-founded by "Parks and Recreation" star Amy Poehler. Last night, the reality-TV star tweeted, "Day 1 of improv classes was dope, these tools can help with many areas of life."
(We heard that he actually missed the first class last week, and take it from a fellow UCB-er Vin, if you miss more than two classes you can't move on to level two.)
While Pauly D is busy DJ-ing, Snooki and JWoww are ready to film their new show, and The Situation is busy, well, being The Situation, Vinny is taking on a skill set that can be applied to artistic, scientific and even physical parts of life. There are many areas to use his upcoming new skills, but here are 5 specific roles Vinny could take his career: Read More...
On Tuesday, Abercrombie and Fitch offered "substantial payment" to MTV's "Jersey Shore" cast members, specifically Mike "The Situation" Sorrentino, to refrain from wearing their product.
"We are deeply concerned that Mr. Sorrentino's association with our brand could cause significant damage to our image. We understand that the show is for entertainment purposes, but believe this association is contrary to the aspirational nature of our brand, and may be distressing to many of our fans," an A&F spokesperson said in the statement.
Some thought brilliant publicity stunt, but the street didn't see any humor in this, um, situation.
Abercrombie and Fitch (ANF) posted one of Wednesday's biggest percentage decreases after trading stopped on the NYSE, falling nearly 8.7 percent to close at $64.87.
To the profound events in the history of Italy (the construction of the Colosseum, the Black Death), we must now add two simple words: “Jersey Shore."
The Situation, Snooki and their pals journeyed to Europe's only footwear-shaped country earlier this year, and now the fist-pumping, fight-having fruits of their labor will hit the small screen when the newest season of the reality show kicks off on Thursday (August 4) at 10 PM ET. Italy, we're quite sure, will never be the same.
What will go down when Seaside Heights goes buck wild in the land that gave rise to Romeo, Juliet and Vito Corleone? Here are our five "Jersey Shore" hopes and dreams. Read More...