Jersey Shore’s Angelina Pivarnick Retaliates

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For only a brief moment yesterday, Jersey Shore grabbed the spotlight of the Statehouse when a cast member of MTV’s reality TV show trotted into the capitol’s front steps in retaliation to Gov. Chris Christie’s negative reaction towards their show. Angelina Pivarnick was originally kicked out after three episodes of Jersey Shore’s first season but was re-casted for the second season.

According to Gov. Christie, the reality TV series showcases a negative image of New Jersey despite the fact that the casts are originally from New York. Pivarnick, 24 admitted that she is originally from Staten Island New York but she considers herself a true citizen of New Jersey since she always spends the weekend there. Let us know in the comments if you agree with Ms. Pivarnick’s  logic.

She also opposed Gov. Christie’s reaction by saying that some of the cast members are actually from New Jersey and that the show is not as bad as he thinks it is. James Oliver, the CEO of Beach Bum Tanning also complimented the show by saying that the MTV reality show helps a lot in boosting the business of New Jersey.

On the other hand, R-Union Assemblyman Jon Bramnick still keeps his negative opinion regarding the show by saying that Jersey Shore gives a negative image to New Jersey. He even said that he will be launching a contest among the residents of the shore to submit videos showing positive portrayals of New Jersey which he will compare to the interpretation of the reality show. He will give out awards to those who will/can submit the best videos portraying the real image of New Jersey.


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