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Jersey Shore Copycats

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American youth in crisis: MTV's Jersey Shore reality show about a crew of hair-gel loving, car-tattoo sporting 20-somethings has spawned a slew of wannabes across the country. "They're fist-pumping. They're doing their hair like us now, dressing like us," Pauly Delvecchio, who goes by Pauly D on the show, told NBC's "Today" show on Monday. "We obviously did something right." [Huffington Post]