‘Jersey Shore’ is filming nowand there are pictures to prove it

Time to get your gym, tan, laundry routine down perfect, because it looks like aJersey Shore reunion is definitely in the works.

It’s been five years since the hit MTV reality series aired its final episode, but there have been a lot of recent rumblings from former castmates about how they’d be open to the possibility of a reunion. Now, evidence has started trickling in that taping is actually underway.

We’ll start with the subtler clues: Over the weekend, Mike “the Situation” Sorrentino Instagrammed two different headlines about theshow, including wink emojis with captions like “We have a Situation” and “What in the Dirty Little Hamster is happening here.” It’s not necessarily an announcement, but it’s certainly… suggestive.

What in The Dirty Lil Hamster is happening here 🇮🇹😉 @usatoday

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We have a Situation 🇮🇹😉GTL

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Upping the ante, co-star Jenni “Jwoww” Farley snapped herself on a set Saturday that BuzzFeed points outlooks suspiciously similar to a reality show confessional…


And considering Snooki Instagrammed herself with Deena on what appears to be a productionset in late June:

Meatball power 🙋🏽🙋🏽 @deenanicolemtv 👯

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Followed byDeena Instagramming herself out to dinner with all theShore ladies that same night, it’s not a stretch of the imagination to assume the casthas been working on something together.

Thank you for having us tonight @eatstk @onegroup 💗

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The juiciest evidence came viathe citizens of New Jersey, though. According to NJ.com, “the show’s producer, Los Angeles-based Bright Road Productions, was granted a permit to film on the Asbury Park beach and boardwalk” over the weekend. “However, producers were denied permission to film inside the Langosta Lounge restaurant on the boardwalk.”

It seems restaurant owner Peter Mantas didn’t think his establishment would be a good venuefor the taping.

“Bring those meatheads to the Langosta Lounge? No way,” he saidto the Asbury Park Press.

The town of Seaside Heights (home tothe originalJersey Shore beach house) also apparently declined a permit forthe production company to film.

TheDaily Mailcontends the reunion may be a “special” as opposed to a season of TV, which would explainthe erratic tapingschedule, and considering a good portion of the cast are now parents to young kids, itsounds like a likely explanation.

No official information has been announced in terms of a release date, but it looks likeitmightbe on the way soon.

Read more: https://www.dailydot.com/upstream/jersey-shore-reunion-taping/

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