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Saturday, 31 July 2010

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Miley has been asked to join The Jersey Shore for ten times what Snooki and The Situation get paid together.

BROOKLYN - Miley Cyrus was in Brooklyn shopping for a special brand of knee high boots sold only at Brooklyn's Dees Boots Is Made Fa Walkin' Boot Shop.

She was asked if the rumors about her being asked to join The Jersey Shore were true.

Miley smiled, took a lick from her Pralines and Cream three scoop ice cream cone and replied, "Yeah, they're true alright."

She said that she is seriously considering the offer which will pay her ten times what Snooki and The Situation are making combined.

Cyrus said that one of the show's producers, Gino Tallatutti, is a very close friend of her father, the former country singer Billy Ray Cyrus.

She said that Tallatutti, her dad, and New Jersey Governor Chris Christie used to get together at her dad's house and jam. They were all fans of the music of Tony Bennett, The Yardbirds, and Marcel Marceau.

Miley noted that Governor Christie has made it very clear that he no longer wants the spoiled-beyond-belief Jersey Shore cast in New Jersey and wants them to move to New York.

So the shows producer Tallatutti is hoping that by having (Miley) join the cast, it will cause the governor to back off a little bit since he is such good friends with both Billy Ray Cyrus and himself.

Tallatutti says that his main worry right now is that noted Brooklyn mafioso Sal "The Pizza Man" Goombalini may be fixing to get involved. And Tally, as his grandmother Iona Jo calls him, said that if that happens then the Jersey Shore could end up being filmed in Waterloo, Iowa.

In a related story. Miley has told the little bitty 4 foot 8 inch Snooki not to worry about going to get tanned at a tanning salon because she just recently purchased her very own $85,000 tanning machine which she and the rest of the Guidos and Guidettes can all use.

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