Thursday, July 30, 2015

Britney's new opening act: DJ Pauly D of 'Jersey Shore'

DJ Pauly D stokes the crowd at Britney Spears concert

Britney’s new opening act: DJ Pauly D of ‘Jersey Shore’

Pauly D rocks the house in Boston
Pauly D rocks the house in Boston


Fist bump salute! Jersey Shore’s DJ Pauly D has gone bigtime. Last night in Boston he began his new gig: opening for Britney Spears. Yeah, he’s pumped, as you can see in an interview with MTV (see video below). Dude’s got his own DJ booth and tour bus. He’s living like a rock star.

His first night on the Femme Fatale tour he played lots of Top 40 hits, like LMFAO, Katy Perry and Pitbull. But no Britney songs. Shouting “How ya feelin’, Boston?”, he warmed up the crowd for Nicki Minaj and Ms. Spears. A reviewer described his appearance as “Casey Kasem-gone-guido”

The closest the tour comes to Philadelphia is Pittsburgh. You’d think Pauly could convince them to do at least one show at Convention Hall on the boardwalk.

Somehow I don’t think the rest of his Seaside Heights housemates are too jealous. It was announced today that Snooki, Ronnie, Sammi, the Situation and JWoww will be appearing in the Farrelly Brothers big screen remake of The Three Stooges.


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