Vinny Guadagnino from Jersey Shore doesn’t think the whole cast has a bright future in the entertainment biz.
The 25-year-old reality star says he thinks some of his costars will not have success on television following Jersey Shore's final run this upcoming season 6, according to TMZ.
“I don't know about all of us, but I think that whoever actually has imagination and talent will make it,” Vinny tells the website as he was leaving The Roosevelt Hotel in Hollywood Wednesday night.
But unfortunately, the fist-pumping Guido didn’t divulge any names that he thinks are destined for failure.
The reality star even goes on to note that funnyman Adam Sandler went from MTV’s Remote Control to launching a career as an actor in Hollywood following his run on Saturday Night Live.
When Vinny was asked about the show’s coming to an end, he insists, “They didn't get rid of it. … they just want us to go out on top. Best show in MTV history."
The cerebral guido has already branched out on his own, publishing his candid book in April titled Control the Crazy: My Plan to Stop Stressing, Avoid Drama, and Maintain Inner Cool, where he openly discusses his life-long battle of clinical anxiety. (His condition was well documented on season 5, and was the reason why he temporarily left the Shore house.)
What will the soon-to-be former star of Jersey Shore – who considering entering law school during the MTV show’s popular run – be doing after the show’s finale?
“Good things,” Vinny said with a smile.
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