Jersey Shore Takes on Italy
INSIDE EDITION say down with cast members of Jersey Shore to get a preview of what we can expect from their new season they filmed in Italy.
Snooki and the rest of the Jersey Shore cast are back at the beach house, after an adventure in Italy that no one will ever forget.
When Snooki crashed into a police car in Rome, it made headlines around the world, but she says it wasn't as bad as it looked.
"It was a little scary at the time but now, you know, I laugh it off. Nobody was hurt, it was fine. I paid a little fine and that's it," said Snooki.
Snooki also had some rocky moments with her boyfriend, Gianni.
"When I was with him every single day for six months and then I leave for Italy and I don't see him at all, we hardly talked on the phone, it was really hard for us," said Snooki.
But all's well now, and brace yourself for some really big news.
Snooki revealed, "I think I'm going to marry this guy."
All in all, the Italian adventure proved to be a great time for the entire cast.
Mike "The Situation" found that Italian girls were a lot of fun.
"I never really have a problem with the opposite sex. It was a good situation, or good experience for me. Italy was just an awesome place," he said.
But things got a little tense with all eight cast members trying to live together in a foreign land.
The girls had it especially hard.
"You have to make an appointment for nails a month in advance and it takes three hours for one person to get their nails done," said Snooki.
So now they're all back where they belong.
"This is our life, and I love it," said Snooki.
"I wouldn't trade it for anything in the world," said Ronnie.
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