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Dell Computers has pulled its ads from MTV's Jersey Shore, making it the third sponsor the show has lost in as many weeks, TMZ reports.
Domino's pulls ads from Jersey Shore
The PC company will "block" its ads from appearing during future episodes of the show ...
Things just keep getting better at the Jersey Shore.
Ratings for the MTV reality series increased to...
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The New York City gym teacher who punched Nicole "Snooki" Polizzi on Jersey Shore has apologized for his actions, the New York Post reports.
NYC gym teacher identified as man who punched Jersey Shore's "Snooki"
Brad Ferro, 24, says...
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MTV may have pulled the Jersey Shore punch off the air, but cast members of the reality show say the incident also had an uplifting effect.
"It brought us together...
MTV has pulled a scene from the next episode of Jersey Shore that showed one of the show's main characters, Nicole "Snooki" Polizzi, getting punched in the face, TVGuide.com has confirmed.
A clip of the scene was featured in a preview Thursday and went viral soon after. The clip showed an unidentified man jabbing...
The cast of MTV's Jersey Shore may seem oblivious to the outside world as they party, pump their fists, and work out, but viewers are taking note of them: The show's second week ratings were up 50 percent in its second week...
The mystery man seen punching Snooki in a teaser clip for an upcoming episode of Jersey Shore has been identified as a New York City public school gym teacher, according to The New York Post.
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Brad Ferro, 24, of Deer Park, N.Y., was arrested in late August for punching Nicole "Snooki" Polizzi at the ...
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The City star Whitney Port says MTV's latest reality phenomenon, Jersey Shore, is about entertaining, not offending.
Italian-Americans have complained about the series, which features eight tanned, hard-partying, self-declared "guidos" and "guidettes" as they drink, dance, hook up, and, with varying work ethics, try to sell T-shirts. Two advertisers have backed off.
At the launch of Tacori's new fashion jewelry collection 18K925, Port told TVGuide.com that although the show features over-the-top stars, "you could say that about any reality show."
MTV Exec: It bums me out people are offended by Jersey Shore