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“The Situation” gets defended by one person for Trump roast

HollywoodNews.com: ‘Jersey Shore’ star Mike “The Situation” Sorrentino was dissed by a lot of people for his poor performance at Donald Trump’s recent roast, but one comedian has his back.

Lisa Lampanelli has decided to defend “The Situation” for giving it a go, states PopEater. “I feel really bad for ‘The Situation’ because he is to comedy what I am to women’s gymnastics,” the comedian said about the reality TV star.

She also really appreciates how he handled the difficult situation: “I have a lot of respect for him because he said, ‘Hey, that was great,’ after being booed off the stage.”

What do you think about “The Situation” and the roast?

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  • March 18, 2011 | Permalink |

    Are you people surprised? I mean common, really?! This guy “the situation” is not the sharpest tool in the shed lets face it. He was put on the roast to finally prove to everyone how useless he really is. If you endorse this fool in any way you should be ashamed of yourself, and may god have mercy on your soul. Thank you, and have a good night.

  • March 18, 2011 | Permalink |

    I have never watched that piece of crap TV show that is the Jersey Shore, nor will I ever. I am an Italian from New York, and thought they were all just stupid kids who got lucky to be in a reality TV show. So along comes the roast of Donald Trump, and I had to watch it. I find out a kid from Jersey Shore is going to Roast him. Okay, lets see if this kid actually has any talent. I’m optimistic after Snoop Dogg, has one of the best Roast Sessions I’ve seen, and I’m curious about this Jersey Shore guy. Then, he gets up, and completely bombs. I mean, he BOMB’S SO COMPLETELY BAD, I FEEL EMBARRASSED FOR BEING ITALIAN. He was racist, and even sounded dumber than he actually is!!!! And that was quite a feat from this moron. I never heard of someone getting booed off the stage on a Comedy Central roast before, but that was the SITUATION!!!! But, really!!!!! Is anyone surprised that this no talent hack would make a complete fool of himself? I mean that’s like asking Donald Trump to be modest. I really hope that Jersey Shore’s fifteen minutes are up. And the only positive take on the JERSEY SHORE SITUATION is that people will finally get sick of these FLIPPING IDIOTS, and stop putting them on TV!!!!!!

  • March 19, 2011 | Permalink |

    OH come on the guy did what he could do and to be honest if Eddie Murphy was making those jokes or any body else said those same lines it would be a different outcome. it was his delivery that sucked not the jokes..

  • March 23, 2011 | Permalink |

    I guess he’s riding on his short wave of success. I’m glad he got boo’d. Maybe he’ll realize he’s not as cool as he thinks he is. I’ve put this idiot in my Spencer Pratt bucket of morons.

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