Jersey Shore

'Jersey Shore' cast reacts to Sandy's devastation at Seaside Heights

Oct. 30, 2012 at 2:37 PM ET

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Jersey Shore cast.

For the past six seasons, Seaside Heights, N.J., has served as part-time home and playground to the always outrageous cast of MTV's "Jersey Shore." It's been the backdrop of arrests, parties, hookups and countless spray tans for Nicole "Snooki" Polizzi and the gang. And now, Superstorm Sandy has left the boardwalk reduced to rubble and there's destruction all around.

E! News reports, via a reporter for the Newark Star-Ledger, that somehow the house featured on the show survived the storm undamaged.

Most of the cast has been online and confirmed that they're safe and sound. But if their Twitter feeds are anything to go by, they're all still reeling from the state of their old stomping grounds.

"Just saw seaside update on TV!" wrote Ronni Magro. "This is crazy living there for 4 summers & seeing in such disaster! What do u mean no more boardwAlk?"

Snooki was similarly shocked, writing, "Seaside Heights suffered bad from the hurricane and my prayers go out to everyone affected! We are all fine here...love you JS."

Jennifer "JWoww" Farley simply tweeted, "Sad day."

The message was a little more lighthearted from Paul "DJ Pauly D" DelVecchio.

"Can't Believe #Sandy Ruined @snooki's PooOorchh !!!! Where Am I Gonna Kick It At Now ??" he tweeted.

But Vinny Guadagnino shifted the focus to one of the real stars of the Jersey shore.

"Just saw our Police Chief Boyd of Seaside on the news risking his life to save people. #HERO," Guadagnino wrote.

As for Mike "The Situation" Sorrentino and Deena Cortese, according to their last tweets, they both lost power early on in the storm and haven't logged on again yet.

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