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JWoww ‘hanging out with friends’ before marriage

Published 13/03/2013 | 01:00

Jenni "JWoww" Farley
Jenni "JWoww" Farley

JWoww reveals she and her fiancé Roger Mathews have been “hanging out with friends as much as possible” before walking down the aisle, as they anticipate life will change drastically once married.

The 27-year-old Jersey Shore star got engaged to boyfriend Roger Mathews last year.

Jenni reveals that she and her fiancé both want to party as hard as possible before they walk down the aisle.

“Me and Roger have been hanging out with my friends as much as possible because we want to do that before marriage,” she told the American edition of OK! magazine.

“Right now, I’m appreciating hanging out with my girlfriends. Being my girlfriends’ dinner date, going out to the clubs with them, and enjoying that. I know that sooner or later, once I get married, life changes. And so is Roger with his guy friends.”

Jersey Shore ended in 2012 after spending six seasons on the air.

Jenni ensures that the entire cast will be present and put to work at her wedding.

“Pauly [D.’s going to DJ, and Nicole [‘Snooki’ Polizzi]’s my maid of honour,” she detailed.

“Deena [Cortese] and Sammi [Giancola] are bridesmaids. I think Roger wants Ronnie [Ortiz-Magro] to be part of his crew because he and Ronnie are like best friends at this point, which is creepy, because Ronnie was my friend first, and then Roger stole him from me. I’m like ‘why are you two talking now? Why isn’t Ronnie texting me? Why is he always texting you?’”

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