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The Situation Launches His Own Lollipop

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First there was the Situation GTL bag, which holds your laundry (buy one here for $11.99); then Sitch got a sweetheart deal (and partial ownership) at Boca Tanning Club. 

Wait -- it doesn't stop there.

Mike "The Situation" Sorrentino is also the spokes-guido for Devotion vodka, the first casein-infused vodka.

While we were expecting more endorsement deals (maybe steroid-infused tequila), we weren't prepared for the Jersey Shore star's latest endeavor --The Situation lollipop.

Yes, friends... The Situation is in Vegas to unveil his new lollipop on October 15. 

These pops are made by Las Vegas-based candy maker Sugar Factory. The pop, which retails for about $25, is actually a crystal-studded handle that can be reused. The actual lollipop refills are available at about three for $12.

The Situation's pop is decorated in (what else), red, white, and green

crystals (for the Italian flag). The Sitch isn't the only other

"celebrity" to get his own pop -- you can also order a Kim Kardashian, Pussycat Dolls, Melanie B., or Britney Spears pop.

We're looking out for the new line of Jenna Jameson blow pops (pun intended).


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