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50 Cent Helps Out Jersey Shore’s Pauly D

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50 Cent Helps Jersey Shore Star Pauly D Rapper 50 Cent is about to give his musical support to reality TV star Paul “Pauly D” Delvecchio of Jersey Shore fame for his upcoming debut album.

Pauly D, who can currently be seen on our screens in Jersey Shore season 4, is currently sharpening up his DJ skills as a special guest opener on Britney Spears’ Femme Fatale tour, after he finished filming on the Jersey Shore show. You may recall a certain lap dance we showed you that the Toxic star treated Pauly D to, live on stage. The Jersey Shore star probably won’t ever forget it!

Now DJ Pauly D is set to get a major boost when he releases his first record, because he’ll have the support music heavyweight 50 Cent behind him all the way.

Speaking about the support that 50 Cent has offered to him, Pauly D said, “I’m focusing on music. That’s my passion… I’m working with 50 Cent now. I’m going to do an album with him.”

And the reality TV star already has a plan for how he wants the album to sound. He’s going to follow the lead of All I Do Is Win’s DJ Khaled and Sexy B**ch hitmaker David Guetta. But I’m sure the sound will be as unique as Jersey Shore star Pauly D is himself.

He added, “It’s going to be a little bit of everything. It’s almost like DJ Khaled and kind of David Guetta but my own DJ Pauly D style.”

In the meantime, you can catch Jersey Shore Season 4 as it continues on our TV screens tonight.

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