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Mike “The Situation” Sorrentino “Jersey Shore.”

Mike “The Situation” Sorrentino of “Jersey Shore.”

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Updated: March 11, 2012 8:34AM

M ike “The Situation” Sorrentino is furious with his “Jersey Shore” castmates Nicole “Snooki” Polizzi and J enni “JWoww” Farley for giving interviews to the Huffington Post and Reality Weekly hinting that he may be gay.

“Mike really ripped both Snooki and JWoww a new one,” a show insider told me Wednesday.

“He’s extremely upset,” added the source, saying Sorrentino is concerned those comments could hurt his brand marketing efforts, which are very much focused on straight male customers.

The reality TV star’s publicist issued a statement denying the gay gab, calling Snooki and JWoww’s speculation “the most ridiculous statement I’ve ever heard.”

The “Jersey Shore” staffer acknowledged the rumors about “The Situation’s” sexual orientation have been around since the show’s first season, “but Mike thought he finally had put a kibosh on that.”

FORGET IT! Friends of Lindsay Lohan are telling her to give up her obsession with making a Marilyn Monroe film — especially since Michelle Williams’ Oscar-nominated performance in “My Week With Marilyn” will be the iconic interpretation of Monroe for some time to come.

Lohan not only posed as a Marilyn wannabe in that recent Playboy spread but also recently reprised the look for a layout in the European magazine Love.

KRAM IT KARL: When fab songbird Adele heard fashion designer Karl Lagerfeld called her “fat,” the singer quipped, “And … I should care what he thinks — because why?” Adele also was overheard telling a friend she believes fashion designers’ obsession with ultra-thin models showcasing their clothes has a negative effect on young women — leading to eating disorder cases.

ERIN GO BRAGH: Tony Award winner Brian Dennehy will be the guest narrator at Old St. Pat’s Church’s 16th annual “Siamsa na nGael” Celtic celebration. The March 12 event at Symphony Center, titled “The Journey to Justice: An American Slave and an Irish Patriot,” includes tales about early civil rights fighter Frederick Douglass and Irish liberation hero Daniel O’Connell.

IT DIDN’T WORK: Madonna reportedly was “disgusted” when she heard a radio station paid to send Anthony Ciccone to the Super Bowl — hoping to stage a reconciliation between the superstar and her estranged brother, who had been living homeless in Traverse City, Mich.

Madonna’s camp and others in her family have given up on Ciccone’s seemingly hopeless battle with drugs and alcohol, and stress they previously did a lot to try to help him.

The bottom line: Radar­Online reports Ciccone never got closer than the parking lot at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis.

TRUE BLUE: “The Official Blues Brothers Revue” — a show with the blessing of both Dan Aykroyd and the John Belushi estate — comes to our area for a March 5 gig at the Rialto Square Theatre in Joliet, a tribute marking the 30th anniversary of Belushi’s death.

On hand will be

David Letterman bandleader Paul Shaffer — performing along with the original members of the Blues Brothers Band, Tom “Bones” Malone, Matt “Guitar” Murphy and “Blue Lou” Marini. Singer Otis Day from that Belushi classic “Animal House” will be an added guest.

‘HOUSE’ CALL: After 177 episodes, eight seasons and slew of awards, the producers of the long-running Fox medical series “House” announced Wednesday they are ending the acclaimed show’s run this spring.

Along with

Hugh Laurie in the title role, “House” also stars Chicago native Peter Jacobson, the son of broadcast veteran Walter Jacobson.

SEEN ON THE SCENE: Politico David Axelrod was spotted at Rosebud Steakhouse. … Tavern on Rush was the eatery of choice Tuesday for Jim Hendry and (separately) the Rev. Jesse Jackson.

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