Mob Wives’ Alicia DiMichele on Passyunk Avenue

Sampling Ms. Goody’s “It’s 5 O’Clock Somewhere” cupcakes.

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VH1’s Mob Wives breakout star Alicia DiMichele stops by Gigi Andrew‘s Ms. Goody Cupcakes on East Passyunk Avenue, and samples one of the new “It’s 5 O’Clock Somewhere” flavors which come with shots of either coconut rum, Amaretto, Chambord, or Jack and Hennessy. When DiMichele isn’t filming the fourth season of Mob Wives in Manhattan, she can be found at her clothing boutique, “Addiction,” with locations on East Passyunk and in Cherry Hill.

Over the weekend she filmed a music video with rapper Ryan Banks and her co-star on Mob Wives, Natalie “Vegas” Guercio, at Lit Nightclub at Second and Spring Garden.

The song is called “Delicious.” The song was inspired by the Mob Wives episode where Renee Graziano gets offended by Natalie referring to a guy Renee was dating as smelling delicious. (I saw that episode and it’s a hot mess.) It’s a fun song, progressive house mixed with rap. Big Ang is also in the video, and VH1 is behind it. The record and video will be released this week. The video was also shot at the Mummers museum and in Staten Island.

Yesterday on PhillyChitChat I revealed the identity of the Philadelphia restauranteur that DiMichele has been linked with, and her comments on the rumors that first appeared on Page Six in December.

HughE Dillon covers parties, events and more for Philadelphia magazine’s The Scene. You can follow him on Twitter at @iPhillyChitChat and visit his daily online social diary PhillyChitChat.com.

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