Jersey Shore Star Mike Sorrentino Befriends Fyre Festival Founder Billy McFarland In Prison
Jersey Shore star Mike "The Situation" Sorrentino has made a new friend in prison, Fyre Festival founder Billy McFarland.
On Wednesday's episode of The Jenny McCarthy Show , Pauly "DJ Pauly D" DelVecchio and Vinny Guadagnino shared their costar and friend has made a new pal while in prison.
"We talk to him every day. There's an app where we can talk to him. He has a computer room that he goes to throughout the day. He sends me positive vibes. He gets me through my day, while he's in prison," revealed Guadagnino.
McCarthy was looking for a few more in-depth details on what life was like behind bars for the reality TV star. Guadagnino then gave the former The View host precisely what she was looking for in the form of a new friendship Sorrentino made.
"He is in there with the guy from the Fyre Festival. And he's in there with the guy that leaked Jennifer Lawrence's nudes, that hacked her phone. They play Scrabble together," shared Guadagnino. The Double Shot at Love star
"Tell Mike that he's got to get as much information out of the Fyre Festival guy, and he can write two books," Jenny McCarthy quickly told both guys.
Guadagnino and DelVecchio were on the podcast to promote their upcoming MTV show, Double Shot at Love . The guys will have several ladies vying for their hearts, as they look for love Bachelor style. However, their version will have a Jersey Shore spin on it, making it anything but a rip off from the ABC Show.
Mike Sorrentino is passing his time in prison with a new friend, Fyre Festival founder Billy McFarland. He also gets frequent visits from his wife Lauren daily, as well as helps people work on their recovery. The Situation has been sober for a few years and works hard to help others with their addiction struggles.
Pauly DelVecchio and Vinny Guadagnino are not the first Jersey Shore: Family Vacation cast members to speak out on Sorrentino's prison stint. Nicole "Snooki" Polizzi spoke to E! News regarding how her friend was handing being locked up.
"It's like he's in a senior home. He's playing Bingo. He's helping people recover in jail. We all talk to him through an email, so I talk to him like once a week," she shared.
When Sorrentino is released from prison later this year, it is likely he will do a tell-all interview , so McCarthy just might get the info about Fyre Festival she requested.