A teary-eyed Biggie says to camera, "I wake up every morning and I thank God that he's had these opportunities and he brought me along."Aww.
Pauly D and Aubrey O'Day are going back to their roots -- in reality TV, that is -- and now it's just a matter of who wants to air their "love." Sources close to the couple tell TMZ ...
On April 7, 2011, MTV announced it had picked up two Jersey Shore spin-off shows featuring cast members Pauly D, JWoww and Snooki, picking up twelve episodes of each show.
Sally Ann Salsano of 495 Productions was the executive producer of both spin-offs.
Now I'm looking for a serious relationship."Pauly D is also looking to ditch his image, saying: "I have a reputation as being a ladies man, hooking up with all of these girls.
After he sent them his number, "The casting directors called me from LA and they said they wanted to send down a camera crew to Rhode Island to film a day in my life.
He has stated that his being chosen for Jersey Shore had nothing to do with his music, but that they instead sent him a Myspace message after liking his look.
Announced guests thus far include Pauly D and his "Jersey Shore" buddy Mike "The Situation" Sorrentino, Jonas, Dean Cain, Rob Kardashian, Romeo, chef Rocco Di Spirito, footballer Warren Sapp, actor/comedian Finesse Mitchell, professional skier Jeremy Bloom, soap star Jason Cook, model Tyson Beckford, radio personality Michael Catherwood, pro snowboarder Seth Wescott, "Suburgatory" actor Parker Young, footballer Ndamukong Suh, cosmetic surgeon and TV personality Dr.
Robert Nettles, former American Idol Taylor Hicks, football player Rob Gronkowski and Olympic tae kwon do expert Steven Lopez. It's going to sell all over the world." While most of the episodes will focus on the male contestants, one episode will focus on just the ladies.