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Vinny Returns to Jersey Shore Set



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Vinny has been talked into returning to the Jersey Shore house a week after he stormed out, saying that he was gone for good. His cast mates took him to dinner this weekend and persuaded him to return to the house and the show. They must really like having a big pain in the ass around!

On Friday night (July 8), Vinny and the cast went to dinner and a club. They were attempting to heal the rift that had opened up between them. The problems had led to Vinny storming out of the Jersey Shore house.

Apparently, their attempts at reconciliation worked. Vinny was later spotted as he made his way into the house and he was carrying a bag of laundry. It looked like he meant to stay.

Just a week ago, Vinny had stormed out of the house and returned to his home on Staten Island, vowing never to return to the show. Details of what had prompted this latest blow-up were never revealed, casing some people to comment that it was all a publicity stunt for Jersey Shore.

Interestingly, when Vinny left Jersey Shore, everyone – the cast, crew and producers were happy about it. That is what they said, anyway. According to all, Vinny was nothing but a pain in the ass. So what changed their minds and had them talking him into coming back to the show?

Maybe it was all just a story line, maybe it was just a silly testosterone fueled fight that has now blown over. Whatever, it was or is, Jersey Shore has just regained the star that is Vinny.

Are you happy to see him back?

One Response to “Vinny Returns to Jersey Shore Set”

  1. Drak says:

    Personally Vinny should have been back without Vinny there simply is nothing else Vinny is like a charm Nd should be clipped to the braclet and the bracelet is the shore house:D

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