The Situation to appear in D.C.

Laura Donovan Contributor
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In spite of last week’s disastrous Trump Roast stand-up act, “Jersey Shore” star Mike “The Situation” Sorrentino is coming to D.C., and perhaps he’ll even talk politics.

The Situation, who delivered a heavily booed performance at last week’s Comedy Central event for conservative billionaire Donald Trump, is not the first “Jersey Shore” cast member to venture to the nation’s capital. Nicole “Snooki” Polizzi traveled to the District earlier this year for the Washington Auto Show. Jenni “JWoww” Farley and Paul “DJ Pauly D” DelVecchio of “Jersey Shore” have also made appearances in D.C.

At this year’s Trump Roast, The Situation took numerous jabs at Trump, who many believe will campaign for a 2012 Republican presidency.

“People that hatin’ on [Trump] because [he] is always firing people, but it’s kind of okay because he completely let himself go anyway,” The Situation said during Trump Roast, inciting jeers and hoots from an an unamused crowd. “You know what, Donald? You got the tan, you got the laundry down, but you gotta hit the gym porkchop…But Donald, I like how you roll. I’ve seen pictures of your house, everything in your house is gold. Who the f— decorated your house, Flava Flav’s dentist? I’ll say this, though. Your wife is hot.”

Will The Situation be more popular at Friday’s event than he was at Trump Roast? Time will tell. The Situation will party at the Shadow Room on March 25 from 9pm to 3 am, and tickets are on sale for $20.