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Confirmed: 'Jersey Shore' Bringing GTL to Italy for Season 4!

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Jan. 25 2011, Published 7:34 a.m. ET

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The rumors are true — our favorite guidos and guidettes are headed to Italy! The cast of Jersey Shore will be in for quite the culture shock when they cross the Atlantic this spring to film a fourth season of their hit MTV reality series.

"America's most talked about housemates are leaving the boardwalk behind for the piazzas of Italy. Poised to get their G.T.L. on abroad, ready to drop in on Vinny's family for a famous Guadagnino dinner and excited to trade gorillas for Italian stallions, this wacky and dysfunctional family is about to turn 'the beautiful country' upside down," MTV announced.

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"While the stateside Jersey Shore locales have become iconic for our audience it’s really the constantly evolving dynamic amongst the cast that keeps them coming back each season, and Europe is a fresh spin on a show that continues to reach new heights for us," said Chris Linn, Executive Vice President of Programming and Head of Production for MTV. "The cast is headed to the birthplace of the culture they love and live by. We can’t wait to see what erupts as a result."

We bet Italian culture is a little different than they are anticipating.

DJ Pauly D Tweeted his excitement,"Ohh I Love Italy This Time A Yeahhh !!!!!!"

Maybe Ronnie and Sammi will find true love in Italy?

And Snooki introducing the fist pump? Get ready — the European club scene will never be the same!

How do you feel about the cast's big move?

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