Benvenuto to Italy guidos and guidettes! Snooki, The Situation, DJ Pauly D and the rest of the "Jersey Shore" gang have invaded Florence. Here's an inside look at their fancy party pad that overlooks the historic Duomo. Click through to see more photos.
Benvenuto to guidos and guidettes! Snooki, The Situation, DJ Pauly D and the rest of the "Jersey Shore" gang have invaded Florence and this season has already taken some unexpected turns. Case and point: The Situation apparently wants to take his relationship with Snooki to "the next level." What?! Take a look inside the house where these antics are taking place.
Same antics, different country.Season four looks mostly like more of the same for our favorite Italian-Americans--clubbing, inner- (and outer-) group hookups, jail time and lots and lots of bleeps.
How many people do you think can fit in this hot tub? We're sure to find out in the new season.
How about a GTL session then a snack in this spacious kitchen?
Tee shirt time is over. Snooki, The Situation, Pauly D, Vinny, Deena, Sammi, JWoww and Ronnie are headed "back to the Motherland," where their new "job" has them peddling pies for a local pizzeria. But the shop's neighbors aren't fans. "Jersey Shore? No thanks," reads a sign in a pizzeria across the street. "Only real Italian pizza."
The new drama promises not to disappoint--Snooki's car crash, a blow-out between Ronnie and The Situation that leaves someone on a stretcher--even a possible romance between Snooki and The Sitch. "It takes something really bad to happen in this house," JWoww says, "to realize how much we love each other." How much worse could it get?
Outdoor parties on the patio? Italia, watch out!
Vinny has big plans for Florence. "There's a lot of things I want to accomplish in Italy. I want to learn Italian. I want to master the language. I want to find a nice, real, traditional Italian girl," he says on the trailer. But it looks like Vinny and Pauly D, who admitted before season four he's clueless about real Italian food, are left cold by fine dining.
Now that the Seaside Heights crew have gotten fancy, think they know how to use the bidet?
The "smush room" pre-debauchery.
Luckily the group still finds time for family dinners. But Sammi "Sweetheart" looks surprised. Did The Situation exclude her from pasta night--just as he promised to exclude her from chicken cutlet night and ravioli night last season??
The living room, perfect for late-night pow-wows and catfights.
The roads in Italy just got a little safer. While shooting the fourth season of "Jersey Shore" in Florence, Snooki had her international driver's license revoked after she crashed into an Italian police — an escort car for her and the rest of the "Jersey Shore" cast at that — and injured two Italian cops.
Who will end up on these twin-size beds?
Think Ronnie and Sammi called dibs?
Pauly D and Vinny pose for a caricature in Florence. But something tells us that's not what the city's mayor, Matteo Renzi, had in mind when on "Today" he said, "maybe the art could save The Situation and the other stars." Save them from what—excessive GTL?
...But the city did make its biggest treasure, Renaissance art trove the Uffizi, off-limits to the "Jersey Shore" crew. Instead, Ronnie gets to work handing out fliers. How cultured!
When "Jersey" girls shop in Florence, they need luggage to lug their loot. Keep an eye out for more debauchery in the new season!