This 'Jersey Shore' cast member has revealed why she definitely won't be back for the TV revival.
Two days after his ex shared the first pictures of their newborn daughter, Ronnie Ortiz-Magro is also giving fans a glimpse at his baby girl.
Four days after confirming that her marriage to Hank Baskett is over, Kendra Wilkinson has turned to some famous friends.
NEWARK, N.J. (AP) — Michael "The Situation" Sorrentino, one of the stars of the "Jersey Shore" reality TV series that depicted 20-somethings partying and brawling by the seaside, pleaded guilty Friday to cheating on his taxes.
On the "Jersey Shore" reunion episode, Mike "The Situation" Sorrentino was facing tax evasion charges, but he was able to spend some quality time with some old friends.
The former star of “Jersey Shore” now has a very lucrative business as a DJ. But all his success hasn’t helped to alleviate the guilt he felt over the loss a close friend named Billy. So he turned to Henry for help.
Reality star Nicole Polizzi (aka “Snooki”) isn’t someone you’d expect to be involved with serious governmental legislation — but, as it turns out, she is at the center of a new bill that will be voted on today by New Jersey’s Democrat-led Assembly. To be clear, she didn’t write the bill or lobby for the bill, but she inspired the bill — Republican Assemblyman John DiMaio crafted the potential legislation. In a nutshell, the bill states that no more than $10,000 of state (i.e., taxpayer) money can be used to pay speakers at New Jersey’s public universities. So how is Snooki part of this?
While we can’t honestly classify most of it as “real,” we admit that we’ve been hopelessly hooked on reality TV for, oh, about a decade and a half now. In honor of the 15th anniversary of "Survivor" (the show that kick-started the reality TV revolution premiered on May 31, 2000), we’re celebrating our favorite reality TV personalities in eight categories… and letting you pick the winners.