Snooki & JWoww's JWoww Teases Her Engagement: "I Was Ready to Punch Him in The Face!"
Roger Mathews and Jenni "JWoww" Farley | Photo Credits: Ian Spanier/MTV
Wedding bells are ringing for Snooki & JWOWW's Jenni "JWoww" Farley. The Jersey Shore alum announced her engagement last year, but fans will finally see how it all went down on Tuesday's episode (10/9c, MTV). Staying true to her wild ways, Farley had an engagement day that was anything but ordinary. Culminating in a surprise skydiving trip, the bride-to-be didn't know what to expect. "I was a nervous wreck," Farley says of fiancé Roger Mathews' unconventional proposal. "I land and I'm screaming."
Throughout the episode, Roger tries to trick Farley with a fake-out pink limo, among other distractions. By the time he finally got down on one knee, she had reached her limits. "I was ready to punch him in the face," she jokes. "At the end of the actual proposal, I'm in total shock."
Now that she's officially off the market, has the party girl been tamed? Nope. Farley's still partying hard. "It's funny because since I've been engaged, I've actually been doing a lot of girls' nights," she says. "Once we get married, it's all couples dates so we're trying to get in as much time as we can with our single friends." Speaking of friends, can fans expect to see The Jersey Shore crew on her big day? "Oh hell yeah," says Farley. "Pauly will be DJing, Nicole [aka "Snooki"] will be my maid of honor, Deena and Sam will be my bridesmaids and I really want Uncle Nino to be an usher!"
Don't expect to see the nuptials too soon, though. "We're waiting to see how everything gets fixed," following Hurricane Sandy, Farley says. In November, Farley, along with her Jersey Shore cast, participated in MTV's Restore The Shore event — an hour-long telethon to help those affected by Sandy. "I would love to see it full throttle, back to being the way it was and see all the flowers blooming," she says of the ravaged shore.
A wedding is on the horizon is hardly Farley's only plan. "I really want to produce and the best person to learn from is SallyAnn Salsano, the creator of The Jersey Shore," she says of her future ambitions. "I'm trying to get under her wing and learn from beginning to end how to produce a TV show. So keep your fingers crossed."
Check out this clip from the Snooki & JWoww's engagement episode: