'Jersey Shore's' red-carpet takeover: Miss

It's hard to imagine a world with too much of <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PECLB00011126" title="Nicole Polizzi" href="/topic/entertainment/television/nicole-polizzi-PECLB00011126.topic">Snooki</a> and <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PECLB00011127" title="Michael Sorrentino" href="/topic/entertainment/television/michael-sorrentino-PECLB00011127.topic">the Situation</a>, but there were times when it seemed the "Jersey Shore's" publicity campaign was as excessive as the cast's spray tans. Sending them to the Grammys was bad enough, but the Country Music Awards too? Talk about out of place.<br>
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-- Emily Christianson
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( Jay L. Clendenin / Los Angeles Times )

It's hard to imagine a world with too much of Snooki and the Situation, but there were times when it seemed the "Jersey Shore's" publicity campaign was as excessive as the cast's spray tans. Sending them to the Grammys was bad enough, but the Country Music Awards too? Talk about out of place.

-- Emily Christianson

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