Jersey Shore Star Reveals New Plans to Strip for Playboy

Exclusive! J-Woww explains why she's waited to pose for the magazine. Plus, when does she think the hit MTV series will end?

By Marc Malkin Feb 17, 2011 2:00 AMTags
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The Situation isn't the only one who sees the Jersey Shore ending later this year.

Jenni "J-Woww" Farley admits she can't see them continuing after next season, which follows her and the rest of the crew as they spend a few weeks in Italy followed up by some time back at The Shore...

"If it ends, it has to end at the Jersey Shore," J-Woww told me yesterday when she stopped by E! News to promote her new dating advice book, The Rules According to J-Woww. "I think we would have done it all by then. What else could we do?...I just feel like after Italy and going back to Jersey one more time we probably accomplished it all."

J-Woww says her post-show plans include trying to get her and Snooki's reality series about them living together picked up by MTV and then maybe going behind the camera to develop other television projects.

While J-Woww says she's turned down an offer to do Playboy, she still has hopes to pose for the magazine.

She said she decided to put it off after an 8-year-old girl approached her at Starbucks. "She goes, 'I look up to you. I want to be a graphic designer just like you,'" J-Woww explained. "She goes, 'I want to make cartoon characters like you do.' So I was like, There's my answer! I want kids to look up to me for college rather than Playboy.

"But I do feel like it's a strong thing for women to do. And as long as they cover up certain parts, I'm good," she laughed. "We have to cover up the vajajay cooka. And then it's like, Why not? You see my boobs out half the time anyway."

And then there's Roger, her boyfriend of seven months. "I'd love for him to come to Italy two or three times," she said. "That'll make us or break us, because if we can make it through Italy and not seeing each other so much, then we're cool to move in and stuff like that."