Stephen LaConte

OK, It Really Seems Like They're Filming A “Jersey Shore” Reunion Right Now


The mayor of Asbury Park, John Moor, confirmed that the filming took place.

“Oh well, they’ve been reading the paper and they know Asbury Park is the place to be,” Moor joked to the Asbury Park Press. “No, we did not know they were coming as they applied under ‘Roadtrip Reunion.’… They paid their fees and everything worked out fine.”


And a spokesperson for a club in Jersey, Langosta Lounge, claims that producers asked to film at his establishment, but he said no.

“They called 10 days before they wanted to film and we said no freaking way, it’ll be bad publicity,” he said.

Similarly, it looks like producers submitted an application to film in Seaside Heights — where the original series took place — but a Borough Administrator for the city told the Asbury Park Press that the request was denied.


Also, Snooki just maybe, possibly hinted to E! that a reunion is in the works.

When asked if she would ever consider a reboot, she said: “Yes! But not for a long time because I have kids. Like for a week.”

So, is she basically saying a reunion is coming a week from now? IDK what else this could mean, Snooks?

Lady Gaga Just Told Her Fans To Leave Ed Sheeran Alone

Gaga’s fans started reaching for their pitchforks back in January, after Sheeran made this comment to Beats 1 Radio:

“I do not want to be the kind of artist who has had two successful albums and then feels invincible. I have to know when to listen to people, or I’ll end up like those artists you’ve interviewed in recent years. You’ve seen them become the biggest artists in the world, and then suddenly they will say, ‘I know everything!’ And just after, they are no longer at the top. The smartest thing to do is listen to people who know I do not want to do the Super Bowl years later, after my biggest success, just to prove I’m still relevant.”

It’s worth noting that Ed Sheeran never mentioned anyone by name, but the details he included — the two successful albums, the Super Bowl performance — do seem to point right at Gaga.

Yep, Even Alyson Hannigan Knows The “How I Met Your Mother” Finale Wasn't Great

Not to reopen old wounds here, but just a refresher: Robin and Barney got divorced, Tracy (the Mother) was killed off, and Robin and Ted wound up back together — after the show spent nine years making a pretty compelling case for why they should be apart. Basically, the finale was kind of a mess, and many fans were unhappy with it.