Whether you like them or not, Snooki, The Situation and company will long be missed. The “Jersey Shore” cast created a legacy durable enough that other reality TV wannabes are happy to carry on their traditions in their absence. “Mexico Shore,” which is exactly what it sounds like, is now in the works to fill the void that the Seaside Heights meatballs left in our reality-loving hearts. MTV Latin America will start airing the series in September. Keep reading »
Pauly D will have to rearrange his GTL schedule to include diaper duty. That’s right, the former “Jersey Shore” cast member has a baby girl. According to TMZ, the mother of Pauly’s 3-month-old guidette is a 26-year-old Jersey native who Pauly D knocked up after a DJing gig in Las Vegas. Aww, so romantic. Although the mom has filed papers to establish legal paternity, Pauly D does not deny that he is the is baby daddy.”I’m proud I’m a father. I am excited to embark on this new part of my life,” he said. I’m hoping that new part of his life includes styling his baby girl’s hair to match his. [TMZ]
I don’t know about you, but I always like to check in on my favorite former “Jersey Shore” stars. Otherwise I kind of start to worry about them, you know? Take Deena Cortese, for example — if I didn’t throw her name into my Google search bar once in a while, I’d never know what she was up to. Lo, here she is at InTouch Weekly‘s VMA after party, sporting allllllll of the makeup and what appears to be yet another brand new face. Deena, it seems, cruelly left approximately no makeup for her friend Jenni Farley to wear to the event, because JWoww is looking fresh-faced as hell! I’m not even being sarcastic like I usually am; JWoww looks great. I’m even willing to overlook her stupid glittery Princess of Party City dress, because this is really a step in the right direction. Take note, little meatball, as you embark on your new singing career.
Gym, tan and laundry was not on the agenda — but Prince Harry did hit up the Mantoloking, New Jersey boardwalk on his United States tour to view damage by Superstorm Sandy and play boardwalk games with Governor Chris Christie and some kiddies.
What a good sport. We all know he would have much preferred some Ron Ron Juice and a night out at Karma with the gorillas.
They’re “not here to make friends,” and they’ll probably throw you “under the bus,” but these ancillary characters on some of our favorite reality TV shows serve a vital purpose: They are the pot-stirrers and trouble makers, the assholes that help incite fights and cause trouble. And like a moth to a reality TV flame, they’ll keep coming back, attracted to the warm glow of the production lights. On their own, these people probably aren’t interesting enough to watch (except Allison DuBois — I would watch her until forever) — but their brief time in the spotlight captured our attention, and in some cases made us question humanity.
Below, we’ve chronicled all the most awesomely trainwreck-y, fun to watch minor reality TV show villains. Let us know who we forgot in the comments!
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