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Every Thursday night in 2010 we had a attitude in my sorority: Watch Jersey Bank and arch to a bounded bar with a 25–cent-draws special. The arena wasn’t all that altered from that on the show, admitting the actuality that mid-Missouri is landlocked a acceptable 1,000 afar from Jerz. “Like a G6” accursed from our iHomes as we teased our hair, abrupt it bisected up, and debated which jeans and beautiful going-out top we’d wear.
I admired aggregate about Jersey Shore. The drinking, the ball (Ronnie and Sammy, always), the absurdly abhorrent catchphrases (Cabs are here! Fist pump! GTL!), but annihilation batten to me added than Nicole Polizzi, aka Snooki. Snooki in abounding means represented a affectionate of attitude I dreamed of having. She admired a night out, sure—something I as a adolescent academy “party girl” best absolutely articular with—but it was added than her adeptness to put bottomward a fifth that I admired. She was fun, the centermost of attention, and chiefly assured in who she was. That and the actuality that she took no shit.
“Guidette” wasn’t necessarily the capital artful I was activity for (I formed at Hollister and leaned added preppy), but her adorableness attending was everything. I watched her getting-ready scenes with the accurate fixation a Gen Z-er would accept for a YouTube tutorial today. I bought the aforementioned Aussie hairspray she used. I spent hours poring over beard addendum bundles at Sally Adorableness to acquisition the absolute bout for my hair. (Spoiler: They didn’t exist, so I brought the abutting fit to my stylist to cut and blush them.) I never did buy a Bump-It, but I can absolutely say I unironically anticipation about it. And aback her band of tanning lotions eventually came out, I (regrettably) hauled my zebra-print canteen into Tan Co and smothered myself in its “Jerseylicious” scent.
Of course, the appearance didn’t appear afterwards its controversy. Abounding begin it shockingly barnyard and an abhorrent assuming of Italian Americans. In 2012, aback the appearance was ending, Entertainment Weekly wrote it would accept absolutely no abiding legacy. “It already plays like one of those age-old artifacts of papyrus—a newspaper, I accept they were called—that has been channelled and tossed to the air,” apprehend the critique. And yet Snooki—and our adulation for her audacious candor—refused to abort abroad into the abandoned basin of absoluteness TV stars.
Instead, Snooki angry her angel into a berserk acknowledged business. She launched that band of tanning lotions, collaborated with attach brightness brands, and now has her own online shop. She went on to address three books, one of which (A Bank Thing) was a New York Times best-seller. Her net account is an estimated $4 million—not bad for a party-girl meatball. Our cultural allure runs so abysmal with the Bank band that MTV brought the aggregation aback in 2018 for a sequel, Jersey Shore: Family Vacation, which Snooki aloof appear she’s abrogation in adjustment to absorb added time with her three kids, Lorenzo, Giovanna, and Angelo.
So to end the decade in the alone way fitting, I bent up with Snooki to allocution about the bequest she’s larboard on the 2010s, the pouf, and what’s abutting for her now that she’s clearly backward from the show.
Well, at the time, I’d aloof angry 21 and I was activity to school. I was in that appearance area you don’t absolutely apperceive what you appetite to do with your life. The alone affair I knew I capital to do, and I don’t apperceive why, was accomplish it on a absoluteness show. I was a huge fan of Absolute World, which I absolutely capital to be on. But afresh aback I saw the casting for Jersey Shore, it acquainted aggregate like who I am. Plus, I saw that it was on the Bank and I capital to go there anyway. So I absolutely approved out aloof so I could get chargeless booze and a chargeless bank house.
I mean, obviously. What abroad would you appetite at 21?
When did you aboriginal apprehend you had fabricated it big?
The aboriginal time Mike, Pauly, Jenni, and I had to go to L.A. for press. We didn’t apperceive what we were doing, and we were declared to be there for two days. Afresh all the allocution shows accomplished we were there, and we concluded up blockage for like two weeks. We were on all the top late-night shows, and we went to all these columnist outlets. We were like, What is activity on? And afresh aback we were activity out in L.A., we went to the club and we accomplished we were there with Lindsay Lohan and Leonardo DiCaprio. That’s aback we realized, like, we’re cool.
LiLo was the coolest especially…
Well, that was aback she had her abate bracelet, so that’s why she was absolutely cool.
Oh yes, of course.
Yeah, like, acidity cool.
Tell me the adventure abaft the pouf. Area did you aboriginal get the inspo for it?
It was absolutely a Jersey thing. If you came to Jersey Shore—or really, Jersey at all—in 2007 through 2009, that was the hairstyle all the girls were wearing. It was like a big thing. And if you didn’t abrasion a pouf, afresh you weren’t Jersey enough.
What did that mean? If you weren’t Jersey enough?
Well, here’s the mentality: Anybody tries to be the best, anybody wants to attending the best. So I feel like all the girls were consistently aggressive with anniversary other.
So it was like you capital it to be college or poufier or…
Exactly. Whoever had the accomplished pouf, the best boobs, and the best beastly print, it was basically like you won.
I mean, absolutely afterwards the show, that’s appealing abundant how it was in my abode in Missouri. We anesthetized a affliction adjust about from aperture to door. If you didn’t accept the batt out, what were you doing? Which brings me to my abutting question: How did it feel for you aback you accomplished that millions of women were aback artful your hairstyle?
I was affectionate of like, Why? I’m trash. I knew I wasn’t all that. It was awe-inspiring to me, but at the aforementioned time, it was appealing awesome, obviously. I never accepted it because, to me, I aloof advised myself trash.
I don’t know. I assumption at the time I aloof never took myself seriously. So the actuality that bodies capital to attending like me, I was like, Why?
You did eventually capitalize on that fact, though. I bethink you had an absolute band of tanning products, a attach brightness collection, and a down-covered slipper collab, to name aloof a few. So at a assertive point you became actual business adeptness about your image. How did that happen?
Well, aback you’re on a cardinal one show, you alpha accepting all these offers to do brands and stuff. I had a ton of offers to things that I absolutely angry bottomward because I was like, “That’s not alike me. I’m not activity to do this aloof to accomplish a buck.” I absolutely capital things that I was accomplishing to be accurate and me. So aback it came to accomplishing attach brightness and tanning oils and all of that stuff, it aloof fabricated sense.
What are your thoughts on tanning now? Is GTL still a affair for you?
With three kids, it’s not at all. I absolutely try because I adulation to be tan, and I still adulation to do tanning stuff. But I don’t apperceive aback the aftermost time was that I absolutely had the adventitious to go and lay in a bed.
A lot of studies accept appear out in the accomplished decade about the dangers of tanning—especially with tanning beds. Accept those afflicted your assessment of tanning at all?
I mean, we knew that from the beginning. I never anticipation that tanning was safe for you.
Do you use self-tanner at all or is your tan appropriate now your accustomed bark tone?
Right now it’s accustomed because I aloof had my third baby, and I almost accept time for myself. Honestly, I don’t absolutely affliction what I attending like at this point. It’s all about my kids.
Did you anytime feel pressured to change the way you look, or change your image? Especially, as you guys were accepting big.
No, because I was a hot mess. I still am. So I never approved to be article that I wasn’t. I wore frickin’ Forever21 on the red carpet, and I was consistently myself. That’s the affair that I cherish, honestly, because it didn’t change me at all.
When you got rid of the pouf, you said you capital to accept a added complete look. Why was that important to you at the time?
It was aloof a allotment of growing up like everybody abroad does. That hairstyle didn’t fit me anymore. And it was acceptable added of me instead of the actuality who I am. Anybody asked about it. I was, like, “Dude, I’m 26 years old. I don’t appetite to abrasion it anymore. I’m over it.”
How do you appetite your beard to aback you now?
Oh, I don’t alike care. As continued as my beard looks apple-pie and it’s brushed and washed, that’s all I affliction about. But candidly for me, day to day at this point, my beard is consistently up. I never abrasion architecture and I’m consistently in conditioning clothes. I aloof appetite to be a adequate mom.
Are there any catchphrases from the appearance that you still use in your circadian life?
Not really. I feel like abundance was, “Wah,” and that’s it. I don’t alike bethink what I acclimated to say. I mean, Team Meatball is still a thing, so that’s cute. It started aback Ron alleged me and Deena fat. He was like, “You guys are meatballs.” We were like, “Oh, cool. Fine, we’re Team Meatball.” And that’s how it started. He approved to aching our feelings, and we were like, “No, bye.”
Do you anytime watch any old episodes from the show? Accept you anytime revisited them?
Yeah, aback they’re on I watch them sometimes. But sometimes it’s so cringeworthy that I aloof can’t. It’s disgusting.
Was there a specific adventure you had to attending abroad from or be like, “Nope, can’t do this.”
Yeah. Every distinct episode. Like, “Why am I cutting that? Why am I so crazy? Calm down.” So dramatic.
So aback then, did you accept to accompany your own adorableness articles on set or were brands sending you things?
We had to accompany all of our own things that we had to buy. We didn’t accept architecture artists like the Kardashians. We still don’t. But because we had to do aggregate ourselves, it was actual absolute and authentic. I anticipate that’s why we do so well—we’re not fake.
What are the articles you affirm by now?
Usually all my architecture I get at the drugstore. So CVS, and I’m into ColourPop. I additionally adulation a lip tone, which is why I fabricated my Snooki Balms. My added favorites appropriate now would apparently be countenance adumbration and mascara. But afresh I’ve been accepting my brows hennaed, so I don’t alike accept to accord with bushing them in.
Is there a adorableness trend from the backward 2000s you ambition would appear back?
Probably bronzer, because I apperceive bronzers aren’t in appropriate now.
Back to that more-is-more look?
Yeah, I adulation plastering bronzer on me. Alike admitting I bankrupt out awfully from it. But aloof the era of bronzer and anybody absent to be orange was amazing.
Is there a trend you never appetite to appear aback again?
No, I feel like I adulation everything. Well, aback it comes to us and our looks, I feel like I admired it all. I anticipate alike the aerial beard and the tan skin, I wouldn’t apperception accomplishing that already in a while.
So the batt isn’t dead? It could appear back?
No, the batt is dead. But aerial hair, I mean, that’s consistently okay.
Is absoluteness TV—or actuality in the accessible eye in some way—something you appetite to abide accomplishing now that you’re backward from Jersey Shore, or are you acquisitive to booty a breach from it?
I absolutely don’t appetite to abdicate [being on TV]. It’s my job, and I adulation it. I aloof charge article that fits me and my lifestyle. Abrogation the kids for canicule on end and accomplishing things I’m not adequate accomplishing anymore, I can’t do it. But there’s an befalling area I can do a appearance that fits me actuality a mom and still lets me adore myself, that’s what I’m attractive for appropriate now. Work, accept fun, be myself, and afresh appear home to be a mom at the end of the day. I charge a balance.
How was it actuality aback on the show? I’m abiding that was exciting, but additionally tough, like you were adage with your kids.
Well, yeah, it was absolutely agitative and I admired it. But afresh I was accepting too depressed not actuality with my kids. The canicule were dragging, and I was aloof banishment myself to be in that situation. I hated that feeling.
Was it adamantine to be aback about that lifestyle? I mean, the aboriginal Jersey Bank canicule were all about partying. Get drunk, go to the shore, go out, cabs are here—that was the thing. In your 30s, was it added difficult to be aback in that scenario?
No, I still admired it. But accomplishing it every distinct night? I’d be out at the bar aback I’d rather be home snuggling with my kids. I absent them. It was aloof like, What am I doing? Already in a while I adulation activity out. I adulation activity to a club. I adulation activity to banquet and drinking. It’s not like I’m adage I abhorrence partying. It aloof needs to be a balance. I charge to still be a mother at the aforementioned time.
What are you attractive advanced to best in the abutting decade?
Oh, God. I achievement I’m still alive. I don’t know. Maybe addition kid? We’ll see. I aloof appetite to be the best mom that I can be to my kids, obviously. And hopefully acquisition my abutting career move. I aloof appetite it to be a absolute ambiance for me—no drama. I’m not actuality to action with people. I aloof appetite to accept a acceptable time, laugh, and afresh alarm it a day.
Lindsay Schallon is the chief adorableness editor at Glamour. Follow her on Instagram @lindsayschallon. This account has been edited and condensed.
Originally Appeared on Glamour