Snooki covers Rolling Stone – Photo

Snooki covers Rolling Stone - Photo

Snooki is on the cover of the latest issue of Rolling Stone magazine — and we’re still trying to figure out why. Wasn’t there a time when Rolling Stone was for rock stars from Mars? Heck, if they wanted to be completely disassociated from the world of music, they could’ve always put Charlie Sheen on the cover. Now that’s an issue that I’d buy!

She gave an interview inside the magazine and talked about Jersey Shore, spinoffs and how the show is just like prison. Oh yay.

On the topic of the show, she said:

If I do something stupid, which is pretty much the whole time, I hate it. I just hate it. Obviously, they’re only going to put the good stuff in, and the good stuff is us drunk, so all I’m seeing is me drunk and falling down. That’s how I am when I party, but some of the stuff I do is, like, ‘Really, Nicole?’ I look like a freakin’ alcoholic. I’m like, ‘You’re sweating, your makeup is running, you look gross.’ I just look like sh*t.”

On her plans after becoming a troll midget on television:

“When Jersey Shore ends I’m going to do more spinoffs. If MTV doesn’t want them, another network will be, like, ‘What does Snooki do now?’ or ‘Snooki’s getting married!’ What i’d like is to turn out like Jessica Simpson, with her whole brand. She makes millions….I’m trying to build an empire, because after this I can’t get a normal job. I mean, how do I go and sit behind a desk?”

On how the show is just like prison:

“It messes with your head. That’s why we go crazy. That’s why we fight with each other. That’s why we drink. We’re living in a house for two months with that sh*t. We can’t have cellphones, TV, radio or the internet. If the president died, we’d have no idea. There’s no normalcy. It’s just like prison, with cameras.”

Madness. We’d all be happy if she just went away already!

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