'Jersey Shore' creep: Snooki replaced by Spencer Pratt, the soundtrack and more
Waddup, Joizy-philes! J-NOWW here with the latest news on "Jersey Shore." Long time, no creep. I was indisposed, you know what I mean?
See, my girl broke up with me, then we got back together, then we broke up again. She was only good for one thing, anyway. She cooked a mean lasagna!
Today's creep brought to you by the official "Jersey Shore" soundtrack due out July 20 (yo, what took you so long, MTV?). Check out Enrique Iglesias on the first single, "I Like It."
In today's creep, MTV goes to court plus Snooki's ex replaces the hole she left behind with Spencer Pratt!
- Fight on! - Several months ago, the couple who got into a fight with Sammi "Sweetheart" Giancola and Ronnie Magro
sued MTV and the production company behind "Jersey Shore." They claim
that Sammi incited the fight and Ronnie followed the couple out to
continue it and MTV misrepresented the couple's involvement.
Radaronline.com reports that a judge is allowing the lawsuit to move forward. We're sure MTV is juicin' up its legal team for this one.
- Snooki replaced by another MTV star - Well, Emilio Masella is showing there's life after Snooki. After his much-publicized breakup with the most famous woman in the guido-verse, Emilio has joined forces with Speidi-man and gotten all entrepreneurial on us. The New York Daily News reports Masella has acquired the trademark for "Guid-o-Juice" for a sport drink he's planning with Spencer Pratt, who is also producing Masella's reality show, "Fist Pumping for Love."
Until next time, Gueebs!
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