Jersey Shore Stars on Hurricane Sandy Destruction: “It’s Like a Horror Movie”
During last night’sRestore the Shore Hurricane Sandy relief telethon, the cast of theJersey Shore was shown revisiting their old stomping grounds to take a close look at the devastation to their second home Seaside Heights. Needless to say, the sights were very grave and had a big impact on the gang.
“That’s the whole boardwalk right now, in a crane,”Pauly D observed, as they looked down at the wrecked boardwalk. “I’m looking at it, and I’m like, I still can’t believe it’s real. Now, here’s something that we’ve partied on, walked on, danced on, did everything. Like, it’s just a happy place. And then to see it gone, it’s like dead silence.”
“Music Express gone … roller coaster gone. Haunted house gone,”The Situation observed. “Everything that I’ve grown to love is gone,” addedRonnie.
“When we’d come here, all you’d hear is laughing, kids laughing, having a good time, going on rides, like families having a good time,” the very somber Pauly continued, “and look at it now. It looks like a horror movie.”
Sammi Sweetheart said that after seeing the scene, she only hopes their efforts can help it bring it back “close to what it was.”
Take a look at what the gang witnessed in this vid from the show.