Jersey Shore Star “Snooki” to Be Mommy Soon

Jersey Shore Star “Snooki” to Be Mommy Soon

There is a new buzz going on in Jersey City. For all the fans of MTV’s hit reality show “Jersey Shore”, the curtains have been raised on the news of Nicole “Snooki” Polizzi being pregnant. She was denying all news concerning her pregnancy for last few weeks. The father of the baby is said to be her long-time boyfriend, Jionni LaValle.

The “Jersey Shore” star recently moved into her new Mercer Street digs in Jersey City, along with her co-star Jenni “JWoww”. There was an obvious reason behind hiding this news as the new season of the show is about to start and MTV would have tough time depicting her pregnancy.

There are also rumors that Snooki has planned to go the Kourtney Kardashian way by putting her name on baby clothing, accessories like bibs, rattles, strollers and bankrolling on her mommy status. Though there are no confirmed reports on a deal being signed between any celebrity magazines and Snooki.

This news spill has now complicated things for MTV producers as they have to figure out a way to portrait Snooki as pregnant on the show. People at MTV are worried and some of them are saying that this will be a huge task for them as everyone knows her to be a party monster which does not gel with mothering. Snooki has always been a wreck creator and has fought with almost everyone on the show. She is known for her bizarre outbursts, which more makes it a bigger challenge for her, as good parenting is not her cup of tea.

Then, there can be another scenario with Snooki leaving the show entirely, focusing on the baby and enjoy the life of relaxation, which highly looks plausible, looking at the entire course of Snooki’s life.


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