Which Jersey Shore Star Should Get Their Own Spin-Off Next?
With The Pauly D Project premiering tomorrow (March 29), the first officialJersey Shore spin-off is upon us. And if MTV continues its standard production schedules, Snooki and JWOWW’s spin-off will most likely air this summer. So who’s next?
Whether or not Pauly D was your first choice to merit his own show, we’re wondering who else from the Shore cast you would follow on their day-to-day business of being famous.
Vinny is very open about his off-camera appearances, which seem to involve a lot of public service. He’s always happy to promote his first book,Control the Crazy, which could make for a fun sort of road trip show if he chooses to go on a book tour. But his completely sane and positive extracurriculars could make for a dull reality show.
While we doubt Sammi or Ronnie has enough je-ne-sais-quoi to carry their own spin-off as individuals, we wouldn’t be opposed to watching the SamRon duo on their own show. Then again, maybe we’re just looking back on SamRon’s traumatic history with rose-colored glasses. It was pretty miserable, after all.
Then there’s Miss Deena Nicole, who is certainly funny and outrageous enough to carry a show. But her relatively new fame puts her miles behind the rest of the cast in terms of appearances, endorsements, and product launches. Is her everyday life much more than fluffy cat photos and dinner with the ‘rents at Rivoli’s?
That leaves the castmate who arguably got the Jersey Shore fame train running to begin with: The Situation. Mike has the unique capability — which he shares with Charlie Sheen and Ashton Kutcher — to make us laugh, make us look, and make us despise him all at once. As frustrating as it may be, this combination could be perfect spin-off material. We would just hope that he gets to be sober for a while before being shoved in front of the cameras yet again, following his upcoming participation in Season 6.
Who would you most want to see get their own spin-off next? Tell us in our poll below.
The Pauly D Project airs Thursdays at 10:30 p.m. ET/PT on MTV.