Snooki Credits JWoww With Gay Marriage Legalization In New Jersey, Endorses Hillary Clinton For President [EXCLUSIVE]
Nicole “Snooki” Polizzi and Jennifer “JWoww” Farley hosted New York City Halloween party Night of the Living Drag on Friday night, where they voiced their opinions on New Jersey politics to Uinterview exclusively.
Snooki, dressed as The White Queen, and JWoww, costumed as The Queen of Hearts, sounded off about the recent legalization of same-sex marriage in New Jersey – the state that shot them to celebrity status on MTV’s Jersey Shore and that they both now call home.
“Thank god!” yelled Snooki when asked about New Jersey Governor Chris Christie’s decision to end his legal fight against the measure. “I think that it’s Jennie’s doing,” she told Uinterview. JWoww, who has often been vocal about her support for gay rights, slammed Christie in an interview with the New York Daily News earlier this month.
“I’m going to come after you. If you have a problem with two people being in love, and you’re against gay marriage, I have a problem with you," JWoww said. "What happens between two human beings has nothing to do with Chris Christie and does not affect Chris Christie... I hope at the end of the day, he sets his personal opinions aside. There’s nothing about [gay people] that makes his day bad, makes his day different. They don’t affect him living his daily life.”
“Right right before all that happened," said Snooki. "Christie said he wouldn’t legalize gay marriage in New Jersey, and then all the sudden it happened!” Snooki added, "In my heart, I think it was you,” turning to her friend. JWoww, for her part, declined to take credit for same-sex marriage in the state.
Looking ahead to the 2016 presidential election, it’s widely been speculated that Christie and Hillary Clinton could face off for the presidency. Who would the Snooki & JWoww stars support? “Hillary!” shouted Snooki. JWoww added, “I would vote for Hillary all day. Totally excited for her.”
Snooki and JWoww’s third season, which shows a tamer and more mature side of its stars, premiered on MTV Oct. 22. It airs Tuesdays on the the network at 10/9c.
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