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'Chelsea Lately' Reveals a Terrifying 'Jersey Shore' Halloween Costume (VIDEO)

by Oliver Miller, posted Sep 15th 2010 2:20AM
'Chelsea Lately' Reveals a Terrifying 'Jersey Shore' Halloween CostumeIn what is surely just the latest sign of the apocalypse, you can now buy a 'Jersey Shore' costume for Halloween. Yes, for those of you who are incapable of dressing up like a skank or a Guido on your own, pre-made outfits are now available -- for low, low prices. (Note: 'TV Squad' in no way endorses or recommends buying these costumes; we just thought you might like to see them.)

'Chelsea Lately' (weeknights, 11PM ET on E!) has the full story, as the show welcomes the 'Shore's' Snooki and Pauly D. (It's apparently been a very full day of appearing on talk shows for the pair.) Host Chelsea Handler demonstrates the "Snooki" costume ... by having her sidekick Chuy Bravo come out dressed in one. It's an unfortunate moment that may well be permanently seared onto your retinas.

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'Jersey Shore's' Snooki on Being Arrested -- and Being Compared to Lindsay Lohan (VIDEO)

by Oliver Miller, posted Sep 15th 2010 12:54AM
'Jersey Shore's' Snooki on Being Arrested -- and Being Compared to Lindsay LohanNicole "Snooki" Polizzi appeared on 'The Ellen DeGeneres Show' (weekdays, syndicated), along with several of her 'Jersey Shore' castmates. While on the show, Snooki talked to Ellen about the latest trouble that she's gotten into: Her July arrest for disturbing the peace at a beach in Seaside Heights, New Jersey (of course). Snooki got drunk (also of course), stumbled around and cursed. She was then arrested and briefly thrown in jail.

This past Wednesday, Snooki was fined $500 and sentenced to community service for her crime. "I was a public nuisance," she admitted. " ... In what way?" Ellen asked. Oh, in so many ways. But let's just stick to the disturbing the peace thing for now, shall we?

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Who Throws First Slap on 'Jersey Shore' Season 2? (VIDEO)

by Aimee Deeken, posted Aug 6th 2010 6:45AM
Who Throws First Slap on 'Jersey Shore' Season 2?Since everyone in the house hates Angelina Pivarnick, one might assume she'd be on the receiving end of the second season's first slap on 'Jersey Shore' (Thu., 10PM ET on MTV). But no, she was the source of the gesture -- and unrequited love made her do it.

Angelina got really drunk and told Paul "DJ Pauly D" DelVecchio, "I love you ... I think about you every day."

His reaction was far from heart-warming: "Me and Situation did hook up on Angelina at one point," he later explained. "I don't have those feelings for Angelina, and she's fine with that."

Evidently not. The Situation lowered his sunglasses to discover that the girl had indeed started crying. Angelina said, "You just don't care, like seriously!" Thwack across Pauly D's face.

The Situation suggested she go to bed. "You're drunk -- you're acting [beep]-up right now." Pauly D's strategy was to "sit back. I'm like, I can't believe this girl just smacked me, so I'm just gonna shut up and hope she goes away." She didn't.

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'Jersey Shore' Creator Promises Season 2 Full Of 'All Kinds of Craziness'

by Christine Champagne, posted Jul 28th 2010 1:50PM
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If it weren't for SA, we wouldn't have Snooki, The Situation and Pauly D.

And who is SA?

SA is also known as SallyAnn Salsano. But the creator and executive producer of 'Jersey Shore' calls herself SA for short. In fact, she left a message on my cell phone referring to herself as SA in regards to this interview, and I almost didn't call her back until I put two and two together and realized SA was Salsano's nickname.

Anyway, Salsano, er SA, who has also produced reality shows ranging from 'A Shot at Love with Tila Tequila' to 'Tool Academy,' recently spoke with TV Squad about MTV's controversial pop culture phenomenon, which kicks off another summer of GTL -- that's gym, tanning, laundry -- and more on Thursday.

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Tinsley Mortimer Compares 'High Society' with 'Jersey Shore'

by Chris Harnick, posted Mar 2nd 2010 5:25PM
Did the fist pumping antics on MTV's 'Jersey Shore' lure you into the show? Well, get ready for a new dose of outrageous reality when 'High Society' hits The CW on March 10. 'High Society's' star Tinsley Mortimer said there are similarities.

"I'm obsessed with 'Jersey Shore'! I love that show and I love those guys. I got a picture with The Situation and Pauly D," Mortimer told PopEater. "I've seen celebrities. I've seen Madonna. I've never rushed anybody for a picture ever, but I had to when I saw those guys. I love them.

"I can see that there would be a comparison, and we definite have a lot of crazy stuff happen on our show too, but I think it's fun to watch that stuff. It's fun to get a peek into people's lives that way," she said. "People really being themselves and just the craziness."

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'Jersey Shore' Cast Gets Grilled on 'Ellen' (VIDEO)

by Harley W. Lond, posted Feb 8th 2010 7:54PM
Ellen DeGeneres had some fun with the cast of 'Jersey Shore' on 'The Ellen DeGeneres Show' (weekdays, syndicated).

"OK, today's category is New Jersey," DeGeneres says, and then she quizzes Pauly D, Mike 'The Situation' and Snooki about the Garden State and the U.S. Though the trio can't come up with the right answers, the answers they do give are pretty funny. And at least Snooki knows some of the original 13 colonies ... or does she?

Watch the video after the jump.

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MTV to Cut Footage of Snooki Getting Punched on 'Jersey Shore'

by Leonard Jacobs, posted Dec 14th 2009 12:30PM
With video of "Snooki" being punched by 24-year-old New York City gym teacher Brad Ferro going viral last weekend, MTV has thought better of airing the 'Jersey Shore' episode on which the incident takes place.

In a quote published by Entertainment Weekly, a spokesperson for MTV didn't address the punch video going viral, but did say that Ferro's right-hook to Snooki was "obviously extremely disturbing." Curiously, the spokesperson also acknowledged that video footage on the show had been "taken out of context to not show the severity of this act."

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