Jwoww by Perfect Tan Bikini black bikini bottoms; Patricia Field bra and earrings; Topshop heels.
ROGER MATTHEWS: What do you think is going to be different between Snooki & Jwoww [currently airing
Thursdays 10 p.m. on MTV] and Jersey Shore?
JENNI FARLEY: I’d say it’s basically me and Nicole [Snooki] on the Jersey Shore, but the new show is more like the deleted scenes of Jersey Shore. Because there are seven of us on Jersey Shore, MTV doesn’t have time to show all of our antics, so they wanted to give Nicole and I a show in Jersey City. And there’ll be more of you and I, Roger.
MATTHEWS: I’m ratings gold. Do you think this show will show you in a different light than the Jersey Shore?
FARLEY: Not necessarily a different light, but you’ll see me in more real-world situations. When we are at the shore, in Seaside, it’s like a vacation where you put everything aside and have a blast. But in Jersey City we had to balance fun with our life. Even though everything was filmed, it was more like how we are when the cameras are off. I mean, instead of the biggest responsibility being working at the T-shirt store, Snooki became pregnant.
MATTHEWS: Did you feel more stressed during the filming?
FARLEY: I think it was more relaxing than Jersey Shore because I didn’t have to deal with six other people. If I got annoyed it was only with one other person—well, and you.
MATTHEWS: But you love me. Remember when we first met?
FARLEY: I saw a tall, big juicehead with tattoos at Karma during season one [of Jersey Shore] and there was an initial attraction.
MATTHEWS: Then I walked you and Nicole back to the house and we were throwing cheese balls at each other.
FARLEY: Those things were hard, dude.
MATTHEWS: But you were instantly attracted to this hot, tough guy.
FARLEY: Yes, I like guys who look like hard-asses. I once went against the grain when I dated my last ex-boyfriend, who was a pipsqueak.
MATTHEWS: I refer to that as your garden gnome phase.
FARLEY: Eww. There are stereotypes about guys with tattoos, but you are a pretty good guy.
MATTHEWS: For me, growing up, you’d see people with tattoos who were bad boys, so you always want tattoos. But I feel like the first couple of tattoos
you get you pick off the wall. You pick something
stupid. It takes a little bit of time to figure out who you are and what you like as far as art.
FARLEY: I agree. And as an art student, I like how people express art on their bodies.