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We'll be honest, we're not entirely sure what's really going on here, but here's our best shot at explaining what happened during one episode of AOL's series Connected.

Several former reality stars gathered for a make-believe funeral ceremony, and each celeb got a chance to say goodbye to whatever specific items they've become known for. Yes, really.

The ceremony, which took place right in the heart of Times Square of all places, was led by none other than former The Apprentice star Omarosa Manigault.

She asked for her pal Jon Gosselin to present first, asking him to part with whatever objects were no longer serving him.

Gosselin seemed to take the whole thing far less seriously than Manigault, and approached the podium with a smirk on his face before presenting his item.

"I lay to rest [this] Ed Hardy wardrobe," he told the crowd before tossing a white T-shirt by the now-infamous designer.

Up next was the unforgettable, unmistakable Big Ang from VH1's Mob Wives, who opted to toss out "catfights and wine glass throwing." That's respectable, but seriously what else would be on the hit series if we didn't have those two things?! Moving on…

And last, but certainly not least, was Jersey Shore's very own Ronnie Ortiz-Magro.

The MTV favorite chose to leave behind a phrase that became mega-famous since it first debuted on the reality show: GTL.

The 29-year-old chucked a dumbbell on stage to symbolize the end of an era, along with some laundry detergent and a bottle of tanning lotion.