Jenni (JWOWW) Farley appears in at least three photos that show the reality star in the buff.
After a season of drunken fights, late-night hook-ups and lots of tanning, what could be left to surprise “Jersey Shore” audiences? Nude pictures.
Photos of a bare-bottomed Jenni (JWOWW) Farley are reportedly being shopped to several media outlets, reports RadarOnline.com.
The photos reportedly show Farley wearing a pair of boots, a skimpy wrap around her waist and nothing else. It is not clear when the photos were taken or what they were taken for. The lighting in the photos is said to be dark, with Farley posing in front of a brown background.
Meanwhile, Farley’s castmate Mike (The Situation) Sorrentino is confident that everyone will be back to their usual antics for a second season of “Jersey Shore.”
“Everybody has their own way of doing things and I can only really speak for myself and know that we are making a Season 2 happen,” he said.
“The numbers that were offered … I really can’t speak about numbers,” said Sorrentino, who got a reputation for his womanizing ways on the series. “But I believe everything is being worked out this week. I am being a gentleman right now and we are trying not to speak about numbers.”
However Sorrentino did confirm one rumor. He said that his crew approached their contracts like the “Friends” cast: each member gets paid the same. The reality star explained that “in real life” they’re all “a big family.”
“As it comes to negotiating, we know that there will be a Season 2 and we hope MTV will have us back and I am pretty sure that is going to happen,” he added.
The beach-loving star also hinted that there could be spin-offs in the works for other cast members, but he remained tight-lipped about who might be involved, reports “Access Hollywood.”
Despite the contract issues and drama on the show, however, it seems life couldn’t be better for Sorrentino. During his interview with Billy Bush, he also revealed that everywhere he goes, women go into a frenzy.
“They are screaming, they are crying,” said Sorrentino. “This is something I don’t think has happened in a very long time.”