MTV's controversial new reality show, Jersey Shore, has lost its third ad sponsor - Dell Computers - which accused the show of ethnic bashing.

The PC company told TMZ that it will block its commercials from running in future episodes of the show and claims that it doesn't condone or support ethnic bashing in any form.

Dell is the third sponsor to cancel their ads from running alongside the show. Earlier this month, Domino's Pizza said the content of the series is not right for their company. American Family Insurance also pulled out after an episode outraged a major Italian group.

Jersey Shore follows eight Italian Americans sharing a summer house on the New Jersey Shore. Since the show premiered on MTV on December 3, the show has been making headlines for both his controversial premise and shocking scenes.

One such shocking event was when a cast member nicknamed Snooki, was punched in the face by a man while at a bar. The scene was ultimately never aired during an actual episode, but it was used as a promotional tool.

Below is a spoof interview Saturday Night Live did with Snooki: