Goodbye, New Jersey. Hello, Beverly Hills.
As you may have heard, "Jersey Shore's" Vinny Guadagnino will be guest-starring on an upcoming episode of "90210."
The episode hasn't even aired yet, but....
"Actually, I might be doing another one," Vinny told us earlier this week while promoting this week's season four finale of "Jersey Shore." "We're in discussions for that right now.... Listen, any acting that comes my way, I'm taking it. I love it."
For his upcoming stint on "90210" (episode airs in early November), Vinny will play a "big, cocky celebrity" who takes Liam (Matt Lanter) under his wing during a trip to Las Vegas. "It was awesome, a great experience," he says. "The cast and crew, everyone treated me very well."
Another show Vinny would love to be on? "True Blood!" Vinny says he's willing to strip down for the show's signature nakedness.
"I'm willing," he said. "If it means being on 'True Blood,' I'll do whatever it takes. I'll rip someone's head off, whatever."
On a far more serious note, as we first told you, Vinny has teamed up with celebs like Chaz Bono and Kristin Chenoweth for GLAAD's latest antibullying campaign, Amplify Your Voice. So how does Vinny explain the name-calling and insult-slinging that occurs on "Jersey Shore?"
"If you cross a line, then that becomes hate speech and that's when you start to really affect people," he said. "But at the same time, stay young, stay fun, make fun of each other, have fun — but if you see that it's really hurting someone or it turns into abuse, then that's not good."