The Jersey Shore cast were on Wall Street courtesy of MTV’s NYSE-listed owner, Viacom, to mark the debut of their second series in the US this week. They didn’t hang around for a chat, though. On the business channel CNBC, anchor Mark Haines complained: “We often interview the ringers of the opening bell, but the Jersey Shore’s handlers are not allowing them to talk. They’re allowed to stand and smile, but not to talk.”
Wouldn’t it have been fun to hear Snooki’s thoughts on subprime mortgage-related derivatives?
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