Nicole “Snooki” Polizzi to Host MTV’s “Ridiculousness” Spinoff “Messyness”

Nicole “Snooki” Polizzi is celebrating the messyness

The 33-year-old Chilean reality television star and Jersey Shore star will host MTV’s Messynessa spinoff from the producers of Ridiculousness.

Nicole “Snooki” Polizzi

Like the original MTV series hosted by Rob DydrekMessyness is a comedy clip series that indulges in the most debaucherous clips found on the internet – everything from awkward proposals, to nights out gone wrong and cheaters caught red handed.

Messyness seeks to celebrate dating, partying and all the messy stages of young adulthood.

Also joining Snooki on the Messyness stage are panelists Tori Spelling, Adam Rippon and Teddy Ray.

The series is currently in production and slated to premiere later this year.

Messyness is produced by Thrill One Media and Gorilla Flicks, with Rachel Tung and Jessica Zalkind serving as executive producers for MTV.

The Snooki-fronted series is the latest of the Ridiculousness spinoffs. In November, MTV ordered Deliciousness, a food-focused spinoff hosted by Alexa & Katie alumna Tiffani Thiessen.

Fernandez Wins the Men’s Gold at Rostelecom Cup Grand Prix

Javier Fernandez has added another title to his resume…

The 24-year-old Spanish figure skater won the men’s gold at the Rostelecom Cup Grand Prix on Saturday, after powering back from a disappointing short program.

Javier Fernandez

Fernandez, the reigning world champion, wasn’t able to do a quad in his short program on Friday, but opened his free skate with two of them, tacking a triple toeloop onto the second one in his cheerful program to music from Guys and Dolls.

But his aim of doing three failed when he launched badly and fell after two rotations.

“I was just so excited that the program was going so well, and I went into that third quad and made a mistake,” he said.

Russian Adian Pitkeev picked up silver, his first Grand Prix medal, despite a troubled free skate that placed him fifth in the segment and dropped him from the lead after the short. Skating last because of that lead, he was unnerved by watching others do well.

“I must admit it was hard to get my act together,” said Pitkeev, who tried only one quad and then took a hard fall on a triple axel. Toward the end I played it safe and conservative after that fall.”

Ross Miner won bronze, to his surprise because he thought he had been outdone by fellow American Adam Rippon. But Miner’s score was revised to upgrade the level of one of his spins.