The three said they never expected the show to last as long as it did. Pauly D explained, “No idea it would turn into six seasons.”
Mario asked The Situation, who recently completed a stint in rehab, how he was dealing with staying sober. “You guys are going to see how I dealt with it, how my roommates dealt with it and how they helped me.”
"Magic City," a "Mad Men" meets "Casino" saga is set in mobbed-up, glamorous 1959 Miami.
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"Extra" sources in Sundance, Utah tell us that "Jersey Shore" star Mike "The Situation" Sorrentino is spending his time in rehab getting back into shape.
The Situation has been allowed to leave rehab to go to Gold's Gym in nearby Orem, Utah to maintain his signature eight-pack "situation" abs.
Mike "The Situation" Sorrentino recently entered a treatment facility at the Cirque Lodge in Utah to treat his addiction to prescription pills, and according to RadarOnline, a source close to Sorrentino claims he will not give up his partying ways, even after he leaves treatment.
The source revealed, "Mike doesn't want to give up paid promotional appearances; he loves the attention that he gets from the ladies and the money is great. Mike leads a very expensive life and he doesn't want his lifestyle to suffer because of his decision to go to rehab."
Responding to numerous reports that he's in rehab for substance abuse, Mike "The Situation" Sorrentino released his own statement, via Facebook.
"I want to set the record straight. I have voluntarily taken steps to get control of a prescription medication problem I had due to exhaustion," Sorrentino said. "I have spent the past several weeks getting treatment for this problem and recuperating from my work and appearance schedule. I appreciate my fans [sic] support and love you guys."
A rep for Sorrentino did not confirm the "Jersey Shore" star was in rehab, but released a statement to "Extra": "Michael Sorrentino ("The Situation") has spent the past several weeks at an undisclosed location for much needed rest and recuperation after his extensive production and appearance schedule."
"Jersey Shore" star Mike "The Situation" Sorrentino is getting a little needed R and R.
Despite reports the reality TV star was in rehab, his rep told "Extra" The Situation "has spent the past several weeks at an undisclosed location for much needed rest and recuperation after his extensive production and appearance schedule." He is NOT in treatment for substance abuse.
Mike "The Situation" Sorrentino tells "Extra's" AJ Calloway that retailer Abercrombie & Fitch never reached out to him after publicly announcing they would pay the MTV star to stop wearing their clothes on "Jersey Shore."
"Abercrombie and who? Abercrombie and the Sitch? To be honest, nobody ever called me," Sorrentino said, adding, "Hey, give me a call, I'm right here."