After five seasons of binge drinking, late-night club brawls, Snooki-isms, and gym, tan and laundry, MTV has decided to cancel the long-running reality show ‘Jersey Shore‘ upon the end of its sixth season, premiering Thursday, October 4.
The ‘Jersey Shore’ gang is famous for (and because of) their collective ability to party hard. But, after the most recent season of the show, it was clear one member was partying harder than usual. Yesterday, a source told TMZ that Mike “The Situation” Sorrentino had entered rehab for substance abuse. Looks like The Situation has a bit of an actual situation for once.
Stars are paid by designers all the time to endorse and wear certain clothes. But this may be the first time we’ve heard of someone being paid not to a brand’s apparel. Seems retailer Abercrombie & Fitch is no fan of ‘Jersey Shore,’ and even less a fan of Mike “The Situation” Sorrentino — so much so that they’ve offered him cold hard cash to stop wearing their clothes on camera.
According to TMZ, Mike "The Situation" is trying to help a tuxedo company target a younger demographic. The Situation's new deal is worth six figures. The Jersey Shore star will have his own line of tuxedos with FLOW Formal, a New York-based tux manufacturer
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