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Photos: DJ Pauly D unveils memorabilia case at the Hard Rock Hotel

DJ Pauly D at his memorabilia case unveiling in the Hard Rock Hotel in Las Vegas on Sunday, Aug. 19, 2012.
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DJ Pauly D's Memorabilia Case Unveiling at HRH

Paul “DJ Pauly D” DelVecchio of “Jersey Shore,” “The Pauly D Project” and GTL fame attended the unveiling of his memorabilia case in the Hard Rock Hotel on Sunday, and Erik Kabik was onsite for a photo gallery.

The dedication took place before the resident DJ’s set at Rehab Sundays at the nearby pool. The reality TV star rocked a whole lotta look at the unveiling -- a Chicago Bulls 91 jersey (for Dennis Rodman?!), camouflage shorts, bright neon orange high tops and his signature blown-out hair, tan and million-dollar smile.

The memorabilia case includes photographs, T-shirts, his Italian flag-styled laptop, headphones, vinyl records, dolls, bobble heads and more. Post-ceremony, Pauly spun at Rehab Sundays and got the party started by spraying bottles of champagne into the crowd and exclaiming, “This is what I do! I get you wet!”

The party continued into the night at nearby Vanity Nightclub, where the Rhode Island native threw out T-shirts and hats from his clothing line Dirty Couture to fans.

Pauly was the first cast member of the MTV hit to receive a spinoff, which chronicles his life as a globetrotting DJ and bachelor. He had a residency at the Palms before starting his latest gig at the Hard Rock this year.

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