Exclusive 'Jersey Shore' video: 'Snooki' slings dirt about cleaning
How many vuvuzelas does it take to clean up "Snooki's" dirty mouth?
Watch the video above to see for yourself.
The Times visited the set of "Jersey Shore" in Miami Beach in May, where we spent 11 precious hours with the cast.
This video was taken from the show's control room, where we observed on monitors "The Situation, "J Woww," and "Pauly D" cleaning up and preparing dinner while complaining about the people in the house who don't help out. (Read: Ronnie and Sammi, but mostly Sammi).
The eight cast mates then sat down to a big Italian feast when Snooki, Vinny and Angelina arrived after their shifts at a nearby gelato cafe was over.
Snooki, who had woken up with a hangover, decided to combat her physical pain with more alcohol. Her workday consisted of drinking vodka smoothies she made for herself with a giant bottle of vodka she took from home.
This video picks up after dinner when Sammi leaves to take a shower and doesn't help clean up the kitchen. Snooki, who was fed up, marched into the confessional to give producers a piece of her mind. Because her mind expresses itself with lots of curse words, we used a vuvuzela to make this a family-friendly video. (We do miss the World Cup.)
The voice you hear interjecting in the background is executive producer SallyAnn Salsano in the control room. At one point, the Situation and Pauly D join Snooki.Coming Thursday: Interviews with Snooki, J Woww, Pauly D, Vinny and the Situation in Los Angeles.
--Maria Elena Fernandez
Video Credit: Maria Elena Fernandez
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