"Jersey Shore" Cast Discusses Rehab, Careers and More
(NEW YORK) -- Having just launched the final season of the show that made them famous, the cast of MTV's Jersey Shore -- minus new mom Nicole "Snooki" Polizzi -- reunited on ABC's Good Morning America Wednesday.
Seeing as so much changed between seasons five and six, what with Snooki getting pregnant and having her baby Lorenzo, and Mike "The Situation" Sorrentino's trip to rehab -- they had a lot to catch up about with GMA's Amy Robach.
Sitch called rehab, "one of the most difficult experiences in my life," but allowed, "once you get through it, it's obviously one of the most rewarding..." The reality star also talked about having to make amends with each cast member, as was seen on last week's season premiere.
As for fame, Vinny Guadagnino insists the cast would have been fine if the chance to be on the show never came along, saying, "I was...going to law school before this, and we all had real jobs: Ronnie worked in real estate and...I was a political science major, you know, we were all doing different things. I think we would have been OK."
The show however, has changed their lives -- and not just because of their much-expanded bank accounts.
Jenny "Jwoww" Farley, who also has a spin-off show with BFF Snooki, said the show "changed my life -- and Nicole's -- that we found our fiances, our future husbands. So, I owe my whole future to the Jersey Shore and my roommate."
Jersey Shore airs Thursday night at 9 p.m. Eastern time on MTV.
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