There is not any love misplaced between stars from “The Hills” and “Jersey Shore” star Mike “The Situation” Sorrentino. Cast members from the 2 MTV actuality exhibits confronted off in a 2020 episode of “Celebrity Family Feud,” however not everybody performed good.
“The Hills: New Beginnings” workforce featured Spencer Pratt, Heidi Montag, Audrina Patridge, Frankie Delgado, and Whitney Port, all enjoying for the American Cancer Society, whereas the Jersey Shore workforce included Mike “The Situation” Sorrentino, Nicole “Snooki” Polizzi, Jenni “JWoww Farley, Deena Cortese, and Vinny Guadagnino’s uncle, Antonio “Uncle Nino” Giaimo, who teamed as much as help the Center on Addiction, in line with People. But whereas the teams performed for charity, there have been few charitable moments between the rival actuality stars.
Things bought off to a rocky begin when Sorrentino prolonged his hand to Delgado as they confronted off on the podium and the “Hills” veteran pulled his hand away and slicked again his hair as an alternative. Sorrentino used his well-known line, “Now we bought a state of affairs,” to which Delgado coldly confirmed, “Michael, sure we do.”
In addition, Pratt laughed and made enjoyable of Sorrentino’s reply following a query about musical devices, per Showbiz CheatSheet. As the episode aired, a number of followers query why “The Hills” stars had been so impolite to Sorrentino on the TV sport show.
“WatchingCelebrity Family Feud Jersey Shorevs.The Hills and Spencer and Frankie could not be larger D-bags,” one fantweeted.
Sorrentino additionally appeared to reference the strain. On Twitter, he shared a GIF of him displaying off his abs whereas on the ABC sport show and captioned it, “Become higher, not bitter.”
Spencer Pratt Has Long Compared ‘The Hills’ to ‘Jersey Shore’
While it is unclear why Delgado was impolite to Sorrentino, Pratt might have merely been jealous of the “Jersey Shore” cast’s extra profitable reboot.
The unique incarnation of “Jersey Shore” premiered in 2009 simply as “The Hills'” run was winding down on MTV, and Pratt has been making an attempt to compete with the East Coast-based actuality show ever since. In 2010, he informed Radar Online.com he was buying a brand new actuality show he created referred to as “The Inland Empire 909. He teased to the outlet, “These ladies will eat the cast of ‘Jersey Shore’ alive.”
Seven years later he informed The Daily Beast he would even be part of the”Jersey Shore” cast simply to be again on actuality TV.
“If they referred to as me proper now and stated, ‘We need you to be on ‘Jersey Shore’ and be a bully, and we’ll carry your paycheck again,’ I’d say, ‘Get me on a airplane…” he stated.
While the 2018 “Jersey Shore: Family Vacation” revival has been an enormous success on MTV, “The Hills: New Beginnings,” is just not receiving as a lot fanfare from the community.
Pratt just lately informed the Unpopular podcast that he had hoped to search out the success that the “Jersey Shore” cast did the second time round, however he now thinks “New Beginnings” will not even get a 3rd season. Pratt additionally stated MTV ignores “The Hills” and that the executives on the community do not even care that it is on the air. “Jersey Shore” is, in the meantime, capturing its fifth season with the GTL crew.
The Dissing Has Gone Both Ways
When “The Hills” lastly did get a reboot that debuted in 2019, “Jersey Shore” cast members informed TMZ the show was no competitors for his or her wildly profitable collection.
In addition, up to now, Sorrentino has shaded Pratt’s monetary issues. “The Hills” star has been vocal about how he and Montag blew the thousands and thousands they earned in the course of the show’s first go-around from 2006 to 2010. But Sorrentino informed In Touch Weekly he will not find yourself like Speidi.
“I do know that there is a starting and an finish to all the things. I’m very aware of that, so I save my cash,” he stated. “Any of these loopy items that I’ve that folks hear about — the Ferraris and Lambos and all that I’ve — these issues had been both gifted or got here from an endorsement. I have not wasted my cash.”