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Thursday 28 August 2014

JWoww: Snooki will always be reality star


Snooki will be doing reality TV until she's 90, says her co-star JWoww.

The Jersey Shore castmates are starring in their spin-off series Snooki & JWoww. Snooki is currently six months pregnant with her first child, but JWoww insists nothing will stop them appearing on the small screen for years to come.

"She'll do [reality TV] till she's 90," JWoww quipped. "We're going to have the nursing home reunion."

Snooki and JWoww star alongside Pauly D, Mike 'The Situation' Sorrentino and Vinny Guadagnino on hit MTV show Jersey Shore. The group are currently filming for season six of the series. JWoww says pregnant Snooki is still the same as the previous five seasons.

"She still complains the same as she did when she was hung over, but now it's the 'I'm pregnant' excuse," she laughed, before adding: "She's made such a transition [Now] she's a very over-concerned, first-time mom."

Snooki, who is engaged to Jionni LaValle, says her pregnancy wasn't planned, but is looking forward to becoming a parent. The pint-sized star says although she's struggling with some aspects of the big transition, she is excited to welcome her little bundle of joy.

"This wasn't planned," she told USA Today. "We're not even thinking about a wedding right now. We just want to have the baby first, and then maybe in about a year and a half, we'll start planning and have the baby in the wedding.

"Obviously, there's a lot of symptoms that [stink], but then again, you're creating a baby inside of you, which is just so amazing. I think the best thing is having that excitement of being a mom. It's something I've never felt before."

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