June 18th, 2012 by edsel
While the rest of the cast of ‘Jersey Shore’ pick fights with hecklers and Bamboo Bar patrons, Snooki remained quite sober and content to putter around Seaside Shore, New Jersey on a motorized scooter.
According to The Hollywood Gossip, the very pregnant 24-year-old Snooki (real name: Nicole Polizzi) was seen this Tuesday cruising around the boardwalk on an electric three-wheeler scooter. She was accompanied by ‘Jersey Shore‘ cast mates JWoww and Pauly D.
It’s unclear if Snooki took to the scooter because she was hurt, tired from her sixth or seventh month carrying her unborn child, or simply bored with walking.
The Hollywood Gossip noted that, aside from her recent nude pic leak (which her former boyfriend Emilio Masella denied masterminding), Snooki has toned down her ways after learning that she was expecting her first child -a boy- with fiance Jionni LaValle.
Snooki had also been given thought to a mother. According to the New York Daily News, the ’Jersey Shore’ star admitted during an interview that the thought of breastfeeding terrified her.
“It’s kind of like you’re a cow,” Snooki said on ‘Good Morning America’ this Monday, “And you’re just milking.”
MTV also moved Snooki into her own private, quiet home beside the gang’s infamous digs. Pauly D was seen lifting his cast mate’s scooter into her new house.
And at Karma over this weekend, Snooki exhibited more mature behavior. ”She was sitting the whole time,” a ‘Jersey Shore’ insider said of her, which was “very subdued of her.”
June 13th, 2012 by edsel
The ‘Jersey Shore‘ cast proved that they’ve still got the potential for drama and juvenile antics by getting involved in a bar brawl at The Bamboo Bar in Seaside Heights, NJ last Friday.
Gossip Cop reported that multiple stars of the hit MTV reality series joined or were dragged into the fracas. The list of combatants included “The Situation” Mike Sorrentino, Pauly D, and Ronnie, plus ‘Pauly D Project’ member Ryan Labbe and Roger Mathews, the boyfriend of JWoww.
A witness at the scene claimed that the incident “started as a small fight” quickly “turned into a massive bar brawl.” According to Gossip Cop, the ‘Jersey Shore’ guys “knocked some guys out.” All participants were eventually thrown out of The Bamboo Bar.
JWoww also apparently sprained her ankle during the mess. The reality star had to hobble around in crutches after the action.
Snooki was the only member of ‘Jersey Shore‘ absent from the bar brawl, being busy with pregnancy and a recent cell phone nude photo scandal
April 17th, 2012 by faye
“Jersey Shore” star Pauly D has been sued by his former talent agency, claiming that he owes them a huge amount of money in back commission.
Reports say that International Creative Management filed the lawsuit at the Los Angeles Superior Court, claiming that Pauly D, real name Paul DelVecchio, owes them $370,000 in back commission for the past two seasons of the reality show “Jersey Shore,” plus ten percent of what he makes in season six of the show.
The International Creative Management pointed out that Pauly D is supposed to earn $150,000 per episode for the upcoming 12-episode season of “Jersey Shore,” totaling his money to around $2.1 million. ICM also said that they began representing Pauly D during the first season of “Jersey Shore” and negotiated numerous profitable deals for him and his company, Blowout Enterprises.
Pauly D parted ways with International Creative Management in May 2011, which the agency notes in the complaint, saying, “No deed goes unpunished, however, and DelVecchio ultimately terminated the representation.”
ICM also added, “standard custom and practice in the entertainment industry that talent agencies are entitled to post-termination commissions on all deals they negotiate for their client.”
Pauly D’s legal counsel, Hillary H. Hughes and Attorney Garvey Schubert Barer responded to the claims made by ICM and released a statement regarding the matter.
“We are surprised by ICM’s contention that it is due commissions after ICM was terminated in favor of William Morris Endeavor. ICM was paid for its services. It is even more disappointing that an agency like ICM would choose to take advantage of its former relationship with a client and disclose his confidential business affairs to the public in disregard of any duties it owes as a talent agency.”