He is off the market! During an exclusive interview with In Touch, Ronnie Magro opened up about his new relationship — and it has fans of the fist-pumper asking the question, who is Ronnie from Jersey Shore dating now?
While the [Famously Single](http://www.eonline.com/shows/famouslysingle)_ alum did not reveal his lucky lady's name, he did admit that "his love life is good" — and we couldn't be happier for him! "I actually have a girlfriend right now. We've been together for almost — a little bit now. It's been longer than most of my relationships besides with [his former Jersey Shore co-star] Sam [also known as Sammi "Sweetheart" Giancola]. No high-profile this time. It's super low-profile." This is something new for us Ronnie followers, who have seen him in not one but TWO high-profile relationships since his time in the spotlight — first with Sam and then again on Famously Single with Kardashian BFF Malika Haqq.
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"Obviously Sam, eventually if things ever happened, whatever — she always will be a part of my life. I was with her for eight years, it's what it is," he explained. "Malika was just — I feel like we lived in a house together, we enjoyed each others' company — we were both looking for something and we found it with each other and realized that it just didn't work out and we went our own separate ways. People break up all the time. It's Hollywood."
In Touch caught up with Ronnie as he petitions for a slot in an upcoming season of ABC's competition series Dancing With the Stars. "I was sitting in the audience a couple of weeks ago and Jenni ["JWOWW" Farley] has been on there, Nicole ["Snooki" Polizzi] has been on there, Mike ["The Situation" Sorrentino]'s been on there, and you know Frankie Muniz is on there. I'm friends with all of them and they've all said the same thing. It's all life-changing, it opens so many doors, and just being there and seeing as a fan who watches the show, you see people at the beginning of the season to four of five weeks in, like how they just shed themselves like snakes. They open up and it's like therapy almost."
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