Snooki & JWoww On Saying Goodbye To Jersey Shore
The end of MTV’s “Jersey Shore” is almost here, but Jenni “JWoww” Farley said the cast hasn’t had time to think about their goodbye moment yet.
“Thursday it’ll hit us when we watch the last episode together and do the reunion live,” the reality star told Access Hollywood on Tuesday. “[We’ll] probably all cry for good and bad reasons.”
“Jersey Shore’s” final episode airs on Thursday at 10 PM on MTV, followed by the live “Reunion Show” at 11.
Looking back, JWoww said it was the first hour of meeting her cast that changed her life forever.
“I had no intentions of falling in love with these people, but I did. And the rest is history. It’s because of that one day that created this,” she said.
Nicole “Snooki” Polizzi said she is thankful for the opportunities the show has given her, especially financially.
“Lorenzo’s gonna have a good life,” she said, referring to the paycheck that will help take care of her baby boy, who was born earlier this year.
Snooki said she is ready for the holidays, and her baby’s first Christmas.
“I did all my shopping and all the decorations were up before Thanksgiving. So I was excited,” she said. “He wears Christmas onesies all the time. Christmas is my favorite holiday and I want him to love it too.”
Nicole is currently engaged to Jionni LaValle, and she hopes the pair will have a big family.
“I want another one already, but I have to build my house first. [In] total, I want four kids,” she said.
Like her buddy Snooki, JWoww is also engaged (to Roger Matthews) and the reality star told Access she is overwhelmed with everything that comes with planning a big day.
“There’s so much to choose from — what kind of dress, to what [kind] of venue, how many people — it’s like way too much,” she told Access. “So we’re trying. We’re figuring it out. So, within a year, and then kids by 30. I’m only 27 though.”
-- Jolie Lash
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