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Cast of Jersey Shore has obsession with each other

The cast members of Jersey Shore are the feuding is still not forgotten, it appears in the reboot of the show. But according to Nicole ’Snooki’ Polizzi, there is nothing but love behind. “We’re arguing because we’re a family,” said the realityster.

Jersey Shore started in 2009, and showed the lives of a group of young people of Italian/American descent, whose life mainly consisted of feasting, drinking, tanning and the gym. The show was the most popular channel MTV.

The success was according to the cast members in the authenticity of the group. “A lot of people on tv show one side of themselves. They behave differently if the camera is running, ensure that they look better. We have never done; we are who we are. And that appreciated the fans,” said Jenni ’JWoww’ Farley.

Subculture

The two ladies, who after the end of Jersey Shore together were to be seen in spin-off Snooki & JWoww, are proud that they the world have been able to introduce their subculture. Nicole: “Some viewers may have initially thought: what the hell people? However, the majority soon had a click with us. It is precisely because we do not otherwise have arisen, than we were. A lot of people that deviate from the standard picture feel insecure. Now they were a group of people that also were different, but there are proud of.”

Nicole and Jenni are together with Mike ’The Situation’ Sorrentino, Paul ’Pauly D’ DelVecchio, Vinny Guadagnino, Ronnie Ortiz-Magro and Deena Cortese from Sunday night on MTV to see with the reboot of Jersey Shore Family Vacation. The cast members alike, competed for a while on a comeback, says Jenni. “We really do have a obsession with each other. And we all look with a lot of fun back on the original show. For myself, it was the basis of everything I’ve done. I even have my husband come to know during the filming, so actually my two children is also a product of the Jersey Shore.”

That the cast, now older, brands the thirties sometimes. “We can still be just as hard partying as you used to hear,” says Nicole. “But the hangover is so much heavier now. We do take longer to get your strength back. But after that drink, we’ll continue.”

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