J-Woww ‘f—ing hates’ being pregnant: ‘I’m not a fan right now’

Jenni Farley

These are photos of Jenni “J-Woww” Farley and Nicole “Snooki” Polizzi at the MTV Movie Awards on Sunday night. We skipped these two ladies in our coverage, but you probably didn’t notice (I won’t judge!). Jenni (who is belly cupping with pride) is now 6 months pregnant with her first child. She announced her pregnancy in December with a sonogram Christmas card. Many of you agreed that this is a strange method to announce that one is with child, but we are talking about a reality tv star. J-Woww is all about the glitter and pink diamond engagement rings, so posting an online photo of her uterus is right up her alley. Expected even.

Jenni has continued to update the internet with details of her pregnancy. It’s a girl! She recently posted updated sonogram photos (which I won’t post here). J-Woww had a brief scare where she found out her daughter had a small cyst on her brain, but the doctor reassured her that this is a rare but usually benign occurence. The cyst has gone into remission, and now Jenni is left to ride out the last trimester of her pregnancy. She’s feeling uncomfortable like most women feel during her last months:

Jenni “JWoww” Farley and Nicole “Snooki” Polizzi may be best friends, but there’s one thing they don’t see eye-to-eye on: pregnancy.

“[Polizzi] loves being pregnant right now and I f—king hate it,” Farley, 28, told Us Weekly at Sunday’s MTV Movie Awards. “I’m not a fan of pregnancy right now with my thighs touching and my boobs changing but I know it will be worth it and hopefully I get back to that really quickly.”

The Jersey Shore buddies showed off their matching baby bumps at the awards show at the Nokia Theater in Los Angeles over the weekend.

While she may not love the experience right now, her pal Polizzi (who is mom to 1-year-old Lorenzo) thinks Farley will adapt to motherhood.

“I know she is going to be a great mom,” Polizzi, 26, told the magazine. “She took care of me for four years on Jersey Shore. The whole labor thing she is really nervous about but anybody is nervous about that.”

Farley announced that she and fiancé Roger Mathews were expecting their first child on Christmas Day.

Rumors began swirling that Snooki and fiancé Jionni LaValle, were expecting their second child in February. The pint-sized reality star finally confirmed the news earlier this month.

[From Page Six]

J-Woww’s body will probably bounce back in no time when she gives birth. She has a long, lean build, and she usually focuses on strength training to keep up her muscle factor. She’ll be fine. I can’t speak for grumpy Roger, but Jenni will find her way. She had a very maternal way about her on the Jersey Shore, and that will come back when she needs it.

As for Snooki … yes, she’s pregnant for the second time. I’ve stopped watching the girls’ MTV show. Are Jionni and Snooki are still living in his parents’ basement? If so, that arrangement will get crowded really fast. These crazy kids.


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  1. QQ says:

    If my tits and face were made of melted tupperware i wouldnt look forward to that Massive Stretch either

    …eff it, Now! not having her plastic face, I dont look forward to such a thing

  2. Rose says:

    She can’t handle her thighs rubbing together? Very superficial. I live with that everyday. It’s not that serious.

    • Steph says:

      Seriously. That is one complaint I had not heard before. It happens to a lot of women everyday. Get over it.

    • Gotcha says:

      I kind of understand where she’s coming from. I’m five months pregnant and was very slender before getting pregnant. In addition to everything else changing, from your inability to have regular bowel movements, the pains from your uterus stretching (seriously, ouch) , super sore breasts, it all feels very overwhelming. Having my boobs touching together and my thighs rubbing together are just two more things I’ve never had to deal with and are on a long list of things making me uncomfortable. I wouldn’t change it for the world but it’s just one more thing that is completely different to me.

      • V4Real says:

        +1 I wasn’t a big fan of being pregnant either. I wanted the child without the nine months of pregnancy and the labor pains. For all of you who enjoyed going through your pregnancy, that’s great but I didn’t like it. I love my child, yes but the whole pregnancy thing, not so much. I was always active and because of complications in the beginning I had to slow down from some activities. Plus my boobs didn’t shrink much after pregnancy. Those puppies went from a D to a DD and plateaued,

      • Kcarp says:

        I hated being pregnant will never ever do again.

        There are those girls that are cute pregnant with a bump and glow. I was WTF happened to u pregnant.

      • That’s what my mom said V4Real–my little sister was asking her if she liked being pregnant/how it felt, because my little sister thinks that babies and pregnancy are all unicorns and rainbows all the time. And my mom was pregnant FOUR times….she said everything was just uncomfortable. It doesn’t sound like fun.

      • V4Real says:

        @VC looks like your mom and I have something in common. We love our kids but not the process of producing them. Now the process of making them was fun.

        I also missed being able to lay on my stomach. When the baby moved I felt like I was in the movie alien and a little slimy thing with teeth was trying to break through. You can actually see the baby moving.

      • RachelY says:

        I am with you! I am 18 weeks and feeling my body strrreeeettttching is super uncomfortable/odd. I mean I am happy I am pregnant and I am looking forward to holding my baby, but I have not enjoyed being pregnant at all. From puking my brains out at all hours of the day, to falling asleep at the dinner table to now the stretching phase…ugh. Sometimes I wish there really was a cabbage patch or a stork!

    • Penguin says:

      The chafing can be uncomfortable if your not used to it. Jenny is a very lean, fit person so is not used to have excess fat rubbing together. That doesn’t make her superficial. Quit judging.

    • snowflake says:

      nah, it’s not just ihe thighs rubbing together. Look at what she looked like before she got pregnant. she knows how to work out her body to get the results she wants. When I was in shape and slacked off for a bit, I hated how my body looked! So i can see how someone who is very into being in shape can be bummed out at seeing all their hard work go down the drain, so to speak! for nicole, it wasnt as big a deal, b/c she’s been out of shape before. For Jenni, it’s prob hard seeing her body go soft after being so fit for so long. I can totally empathize.

    • Jackie Jormp Jomp says:

      You don’t like when your body changes and it feels different, do you? That’s all she’s saying.
      Yours is not a good system, if you get offended so easily.

      • MorticiansDoItDeader says:

        I LOVED being pregnant the first two times. Super skinny arms and legs, basketball belly, no complications or difficulty with mobility. Then I got pregnant the third time (with the daughter I so desperately wanted). I gained the same amount of weight (40 lbs) , yet I got fat everywhere. I was on bed rest, full of fluid, was sick all of the time (stomach viruses, upper respiratory infection, ear infections) and went deaf in one ear for a month due to a severe ear infection. I fell on ice and was walking around with multiple stress fractures in my foot thinking it was pain from fluid retention until the OB told me I should get it checked out. I hated this pregnancy and I don’t feel comfortable with how I look now (4 weeks post partum). I lost 20 lbs after delivery and still feel like I look like I need to lose a ton. Pregnancy is not only tough physically, it’s difficult emotionally. I really took my good fortune for granted the first two times. There’s no way of knowing how your body will handle pregnancy, even if you’ve been through it before.

      • GoodNamesAllTaken says:

        Mort, you poor kid! I’m sure you look beautiful, but what an ordeal. Hope you feel better soon. Congrats on your little girl!

      • MorticiansDoItDeader says:

        @goodnames, thank you my friend!

    • Ronia says:

      I hated this too. I hated being pregnant which has nothing to do with the love for my kids. And I had very easy pregnancies with little weight gained (according to the doctor, I felt like a whale). But I couldn’t stand my self. My fit legs were like columns, my breast was painful and huge, I was just a walking disaster. I couldn’t practise many of my favorite sports, from one point on I couldn’t have my usual gym routine, I hated it a big deal. So I perfectly understand her. And each time I feel my thighs touch I go on juice and salad till it’s gone, it’s just one of my obssessions, I can’t stand the feeling. May be she has the same issue.

  3. crab says:

    What the hell did Jenny do to her face?? I didn’t even know it was her until I started reading the article!

  4. Lucy2 says:

    Why are these people still a thing?

  5. Dame Snarkweek says:

    Ha ha I think the title quote expresses the sentiments of all the Jersey Shore viewers.

  6. Jessica says:

    Dear girls on the red carpet: Please stop with the “blowing kisses at the camera” thing, it only makes you look bad. Seriously, that’s a really bad pose. In no way does that pose make you look good. Just stop.

    • Size Does Matter says:

      I totally agree. It looks absolutely ridiculous in still photos. I’d like to see a Constitutional amendment prohibiting it. Until then, I try not to look. Ever notice how it’s the more marginal players that seem to resort to this foolishness?

    • I Choose Me says:

      Yas! I’d actually sign a petition requesting starlets not to do make that pose.

  7. paola says:

    After all the plastic surgery she looks mannish… like a boy turned girl. Scary!

  8. Barrett says:

    If you are rich, why do you live in your in-laws basement?

  9. Tapioca says:

    I would rather have honesty from a vacuous, superficial hasbeen than listen to the crap from slebs trying to project the perfect pregnancy. I don’t know any real people who, whilst being hugely excited and accepting of their body changing, didn’t grouch about weight gain, stretch marks, bladder control, changing centre of gravity, etc…

  10. truthful says:

    I was going to talk about her changing face but I feel bad for her and her unborn baby girl. I hope the baby is ok and arrives healthy.

  11. littlemissnaughty says:

    Hahahahaaa! I barely know who she is but this is funny. I’ll take this over the perfect model-actress-yoga-organic-food-meditating-through-labor-pregnancies any day.

  12. Marigold says:

    She ought to hold her tongue. It only gets much, much, MUCH worse towards the very end.

    • Alright then says:

      Ugh, this. My first 8 months went really well. That last month, though. Holy moly. I couldn’t sleep at all and my arms went numb from the elbow down.

  13. snowflake says:

    She looks so good without all the fake tan and makeup!! love jenni and jwow!

  14. Tig says:

    I didn’t enjoy being pregnant either. The first first trimester was wonderful- all new and exciting. However, last trimester was interminable. And hopefully her pregnancy scare is just that.

  15. Ag says:

    her face…

  16. Patricia says:

    I’m 6.5 months pregnant so I totally get where she’s coming from. Everything is uncomfortable and I don’t remember what it’s like to feel normal. I can’t wait for my baby to arrive but the pregnancy is not my favorite thing in life, by far. And as if this month I just feel huuuuuge lol

    • I'm With The Band says:

      Ditto! People keep telling me how small I look for 6 months (my belly doesn’t look that small when I’m naked) but I keep wondering where my bub is going to find the room to grow! I feel enormous. Sometimes I think the breathlessness might eventually kill me, but the midwife assures me that everything will drop towards the end. By which point I’ll probably look like I’m carrying a washing basket wherever I go.

  17. cro-girl says:

    I agree, its awful. I’d have had ten kids by now if it werent for having to be pregnant to have them. I swear to God my knees got fat with my last one. My knees!!!!! It went away but man that was traumatising.

  18. aenflex says:

    That’s funny, I’m not a fan of her being pregnant either.

  19. Gabrielle says:

    Agree. Thank you for being honest, J-Woww. Pregnancy is hard.

  20. new here says:

    No one has to like being pregnant in the home stretch but ‘I F*CKING HATE BEING PREGNANT”‘ is gauche to say publicly. She’s just so trashy. But being ‘trashy’ is lauded as being so down to earth and real! Also see: disgusting Jessica Simpson’s declaration of having ‘swamp pass’ or whatever when she was pregnant.. on national television. This is the crap you might blurt out to a friend in private. To say it in public is effing gross . Snooki didn’t even do that (I think)

  21. Cassandra_J says:

    I completely loathe pregnancy, I love both of my children and may even be open to the possibility of a third in the future but I am the most miserable uncomfortable person ever while pregnant

  22. AG says:

    I might be the only one on here, but I loved being pregnant. Yeah, it was uncomfortable at times, but watching your body go through these amazing changes to accommodate and nourish the growing baby was mind-blowing. It always made me think of a Star Trek replicator – we change one kind of matter (food etc) into another (a human being). Haha. So, yeah, it was not a cake walk, but I loved it. 🙂

  23. Miffy says:

    Snooki needs to stop with the dieting and trashy tattoos. She’s looking a little Tila Tequila now.
    I love me some tattoos but decent ones that don’t look like you went into a tat place and just picked done rubbish design off the wall.

  24. Kelly says:

    Then why get pregnant??

  25. Mitch Buchanan Rocks! says:

    They are less annoying than Gwyneth Paltrow.

  26. I'm With The Band says:

    +1. I’m 6 months pregnant with my first bub and it has not run smoothly at all. 4 extremely painful UTI’s within the space of 6 weeks, a scare that resulted in a CVS (thankfully the results were good), Group B Strep, permanently painful SI joint since 9 weeks pregnant, viral infection, sinus infection, chest infection, a cold sore so large it had it’s own zip code, and now – gay fever. I also piss like a racehorse day and night and can’t remember what it feels like to poo.

    I had visions of me sailing through pregnancy like some ethereal princess in a white dress, imparting sunlight, love and that ‘glow’ on everyone I meet. People keep telling me I look great, which I put down to the light reflective particles in my bronzed and the fact that I’m still slim.

    It’s all a small price to pay for the end result, which I’m really looking forward to.

  27. GByeGirl says:

    My second trimester was perfection. I’d never felt so good in my entire life. My first and third trimesters I felt so terrible, that I was literally suicidal.