Teen Mom 2's Jenelle got a reprieve this week, even though she was her normal drain on society. The commercial for next week promises she'll make a spectacular return. Here's who was horrible in her stead:
Next Monday night, after what is going to be a truly amazing Bachelor Pad episode ("Who has the worst boob job?" That show is so good I can't stand it) concludes, ABC will reveal the new cast of Dancing With the Stars. So naturally, rumors are already abounding as to who will be dancing for relevancy this fall, and most of them are pretty much the usual suspects. Let's go over their Dancing potential.
Happy Star Wars Day everyone, may the fourth be with you! It's really too sad that not every holiday could be based around a terrible pun.
The distant past! The far-flung future! The present day! These are all things that could be referred to as "The Situation."
The Situation may become a murder situation on Bones (he's destined for this role in my opinion) and there is TV life after Baywatch for the stars people care less about...
The MTV Movie Awards were a horror show of blatant corporate shills, awkward new stars shying away from the spotlight and sad, fading ones desperately grasping for it (J.Lo and Xtina -- you poor girls), but brush all that human tragedy aside and you get the real prize: the first ten minutes of Jersey Shore Season 2! Now, please, stop pretending you hate Jersey Shore. No one believes you. With that said, let's review the cast's finest quotes and hope they didn't blow all the good stuff on the preview.
This is a glimpse into the Emmys of the future.
Most important news of the day: The Situation won't be appearing in Bones after all. We'll give you time to mourn/celebrate.
Another one bites the dust?
Recently, Jersey Shore star Mike "The Situation" Sorrentino's iPhone app became a bestseller in the iTunes store. The app offers buyers a "GTL" finder for gyms, tanning salons and laundromats, a workout routine to get your own situation happening, a video game where you have to dodge grenades and some of Mike's most memorable quotes. The app also allows you to email Sitch himself. With all of those features, it's no wonder so many people are willing to shell out $4.99 of their hard-earned gelato shop cash. In light of this perhaps unexpected success, we have a few suggestions for how other celebrities can similarly expand their brands into the digital realm: