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Ronnie & Sammi Answer Rapid-Fire 'Jersey Shore' Questions on 'Wendy Williams' (VIDEO)

by Alex Moaba, posted Sep 20th 2011 1:50PM
Ronnie Ortiz-Magro and Sammi Giancola, everyone's least favorite thing about 'Jersey Shore,' went on 'The Wendy Williams Show' (weekdays, syndicated on Fox), where they were treated to a rapid-fire question session that covered some of the hit reality show's most hot-button topics.

Williams' first question was one viewers have been wondering for several seasons now: Is Ronnie on steroids? He is massively jacked, after all, and prone to fits of bed-throwing rage. But Ronnie denied being on steroids, and said what people are seeing there is what he calls "Sam Rage," a tell-tale sign of any healthy relationship.

Other topics the interview covered: Did The Situation and Snooki actually hook up? Ronnie seemed to hint that they might have, even after all of his conflict with Mike this season. He said that the Situation is many things, but not a liar, and that Snooki has a history of cheating on her boyfriends.

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Alleged 'Jersey Shore' Smackdown Victim Fights DVD Release

by Brad Trechak, posted Feb 22nd 2010 9:02PM
Ronnie MagroWhich do you think is more embarrassing? Getting beaten up by a cast member of 'Jersey Shore,' or having the footage of said beating arrive on DVD for mass consumption a few months later? If you're Stephen Izzo Jr., then it's a case of the latter.

Granted, Mr. Izzo only claims he was beaten up and offers no evidence (well, the footage itself would be evidence). This is likely a ploy to get money, and if the producers wanted they could just edit the footage for DVD release and Mr. Izzo wouldn't have a case. One must ask, when Stephen was getting his ass whupped, did he even notice the cameraman running around looking for the best angle to shoot from?

The lesson to take away from all this is as follows: try not to get beaten up by a reality television star. And if you're going to get beaten up by a reality television star, make sure the cameras aren't rolling.

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