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EXCLUSIVE VIDEO INTERVIEW: The Situation - 'Broads And Booze Don't Mix With Business'

Sep. 29 2010, Published 9:32 a.m. ET

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Mike "The Situation" Sorrentino survived a trip to the bottom two on Tuesday's Dancing With The Stars, and afterwards, the relieved reality TV star shared with us his thoughts on the show, his love for the iPad and his philosophy on mixing business with pleasure. 

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The Situation, who gave  our Tina Malave  a fist pump after edging out Michael Bolton to remain on the show, said he's "definitely excited" to stay and optimistic about what the future holds.

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"New week, every week, fresh costume, fresh song, new dance, we're excited," the Jersey Shore star told us exclusively."We're always positive and we're putting in the work. We're back in the studio putting down the dance moves tomorrow."

The Situation's dance partner, Karina Smirnoff, said that the GTL king has one annoying habit during their practice sessions -- incessantly checking his iPad.

In his defense, The Sitch told us he's doing responsible, grown-up stuff on his Apple device -- monitoring his business ventures and life outside Dancing With The Stars -- as opposed to the usual revelry we’ve come to except from him, Snooki and the gang. 

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"Definitely not," he said. "Broads and booze don't mix with business."

Dancing With The Stars' eleventh season continues  next Monday at 8/7c on ABC; in the meantime, new episodes of Jersey Shore air on MTV, Thursdays at 10/9c.


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