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Pauly D: ‘Who Can Say That Britney Spears Gave Them A Lap Dance?’

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Sep. 12 2011, Published 10:25 a.m. ET

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By Adam S. Levy - RadarOnline.com Staff Writer

Reality TV has brought Pauly D money, fame and success, but beyond all that, there's one achievement that stands out among the rest: getting a lap dance from Britney Spears.

The Jersey Shore star explained how it all came together on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno Monday.

Pauly said when the Gimme More singer asked him to ply his DJ skills on her Femme Fatale tour earlier this summer, there wasn't a whole lot of thought that went into the decision.

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"How could you say no to that? To tour with Britney Spears!" he said. "It was amazing."

At that point, Leno showed the audience a picture of Britney sitting on Pauly's shoulders, as both wore ear to ear grins.

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"This is what happens when I DJ!" he chuckled. “That is Britney Spears giving me a lap dance -- I love saying that -- who can say that Britney Spears gave them a lap dance?" (How bout her boyfriend Jason Trawick, for one!)

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Fellow Tonight Show guest Christina Applegate wisely pointed out to Pauly, “That is not your lap!”

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