Situation overload

Jersey Shore sensation Mike “The Situation” Sorrentino was at the Sugar Factory on Valentine’s Day, along with one-time Spice Girl Mel B, former Girls Next Door co-stars Holly Madison and Kendra Wilkinson, and Wilkinson’s husband, football player Hank Baskett, too. (Who didn’t show up for that carpet? Did Carrot Top not get the memo?)

Sorrentino tried to incite a little situation of his own, showing off his abs for the crowd.(The six-pack was in fine form, according to witnesses.) He and five friends followed the Sugar Factory photo op with a mini Mexican feast at Cabo Wabo Cantina. Unsurprisingly (and thankfully), he wasn’t flashing his belly after indulging in a mini Mexican feast of chicken and beef fajitas, nachos, guacamole, chili con queso, fajitas and fish tacos.

Later that night, yet another situation unfolded at Vanity, where he partied with fellow reality TV personality Brody Jenner, rapper Bow Wow, Oakland Raider Javon Walker and baseball player (and Vanity part-owner) Jason Giambi.

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