Snooki’s wedding will have to wait: ‘I just want my baby first’
Nicole “Snooki” Polizzi is mixing up the old love-marriage-baby carriage timeline, the reality star said Thursday, with pal Jenni “J-Woww” Farley vouching for the fact that her costar is currently in “pregnancy mode.”
“I do have a dream wedding,” Snooki told reporters at the MTV Upfronts in New York, “but I definitely don’t even want to talk about it or think about it because I’m not even ready for it yet. I just want my baby first.” So baby daddy and fiancé Jionni LaValle still has some breathing room before heading down the possibly leopard-printed aisle.
The one-thing-at-a-time approach isn’t too surprising, coming from someone who has admitted the pregnancy concept is a new one to her. “Honestly, I really didn’t know that I could make a baby,” Snooki says in a preview for the upcoming “Snooki & J-Woww,” “so the fact that I can reproduce is very scary.”
Hey, she said it, not us.
Also scary to Snooki: How big Jessica Simpson has gotten while pregnant. “I would die if I were her size,” the pint-size reality star said, according to US Weekly.
"[Simpson’s] like 45 months pregnant right now!,” chimed in “Jersey Shore” cast mate Paul “DJ Pauly D” DelVecchio.
One way the wee one would imitate Simpson, however, is in the fashion-branding arena. “I definitely want to do like diaper bags and stuff like that,” Polizzi told the New York Times recently. By which she means she wants to design Snooki-centric items for her baby on board, “and then sell it for everybody else.”
For the baby’s sake, the famously orange-skinned Snooki has knocked off spray-tanning along with drinking. And fear not: Despite some encouragement Farley offered about her baby-care options -- “Just like ‘Toddlers & Tiaras!,” J-Woww said. “They spray-tan those babies!” – the mom-to-be assured reporters that she wouldn’t be tanning her tot any time soon.
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