We’ll start off our “Jersey Shore” story for the weekend with some good news breaking courtesy of the show’s ratings (which is really the first time that we have been able to say that all year long), and then continue it by talking about some rather testy comments made by one Jenni “JWoww” Farley about a certain political issue close to her heart.
But first … the ratings. For the first time since the new season began a couple of weeks ago, “Jersey Shore” finally managed to hold on to its entire audience in scoring close to 3.2 million viewers along with a 1.8 rating in the 18-49 demographic. Of course, everything is fairly relatively when we are talking about this show, though, and these ratings would have been miserable if we were talking about any of the past few seasons that were beasts when it came to drumming up viewership. It’s still not bad for MTV standards, though, and the numbers probably will rise as we near the final episode.
Now, we turn to JWoww. who had some rather choice words for her former co-star Angelina Pivarnick after she claimed during a recent web debate (which you can see below) that she was against the idea of gay marriage:
“You want to have your little flings with your gay partner when you’re younger and see how it is or whatever, that’s fine … but if you’re male, marry a female; if you’re a female, marry a male.”
As for JWoww’s response, let’s just say that we’ve had to do a great deal of censoring to make it appealing to all audiences here:
“Angelina u f–king skank FYI I shouldn’t even breathe Ur name right now but I must… Gays have every to get married and have families … Who the f–k are u saying they don’t?! I should smack that disgusting pig mouth of Urs for talking s–t about gay rights … But I won’t because u would enjoy that too much! I’ll just be sure to send u pics of my gay best friends wedding… Pigeon b—h #gayrights!”
What makes this story really weird is that just a matter of hours later, Angelina told TMZ that she was completely reversing her position, and said that gay people should marry. This, friends out there, is what we like to call someone obviously being passionate about their position.