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Angelina Pivarnick – Jersey Shore star Talks on Christie’s Comment

Posted by on Jul 30, 2010 | Leave a Comment

Mist tans and fist pumps were the speak of the Statehouse for the short impulse today. A cast member of the hit reality show “Jersey shore”, Angelina Pivarnick a 24 year old caused quite a stir yesterday on 29 July 30, 2010.

Angelina Pivarnick - Jersey Shore star Talks on Christie's Comment

A hit reality show “Jersey Shore” of a cast member came to the capitol’s front steps and pushed back against Gov. Chris Christie’s contention that the show promotes a negative image of New Jersey.

She gave her reaction to Governor Chris Chistie’s anti Jersey Shore comments. Matt Lauer sat down with Chris Christie, Governor of New Jersey in an interview on ABC’s “This Week” to talk about the state’s economy. Somehow, the conversation changed and the elected official shared his harsh feelings on the Jersey Shore kids.

On the suggestion of Lauer that the popular MTV show is boosting New Jersey’s economy, the Governor responds “yeah, listen, we’ll find other ways to increase tourism. We’ll take Snooki and The Situation and you can have them back.

Christie expressed dislike of the show clear to ABC’s Jake Tapper on “This Week,” by saying that the show gives a false perception of the Garden State. “It takes a bunch of New Yorkers… drops them at the Jersey shore and tries to make America feel like this is New Jersey,” said Christie (one of the show’s eight cast members is a New Jersey native).

Angelina Pivarnick said “I mean, whatever floats his boat. Whatever he wants to say,” who was kicked off the show’s first season after its third episode but returns for the second season.

Pivarnick of Staten Island spotted in a see-through black dress, big sunglasses and black high heels. She told she’s from New York but said she spends every weekend in New Jersey.

She said “I heard that he said stuff about everybody from the show is from New York. Some of the people are from New Jersey. So it’s just a group of kids having fun on the show.”

The press conference was a publicity stunt to promote a chain of tanning salons. Beach Bum Tanning CEO James Oliver said ““I can personally attest to the boost in business that we have seen since the show debuted last winter,”

Assemblyman Jon Bramnick (R-Union) feels the shore has been maligned by the show who said that he’s launching a contest in which residents submit videos with positive portrayals of the shore.

He added ““I’m going to compare that to the Jersey Shore show and have awards for the best videos that show the real Jersey shore,”

Angelica, who was known for getting thrown out from the show last season returned for the second season and her comment was,

“I mean, whatever floats his boat. Whatever he wants to say.
I heard that he said stuff about everybody from the show is from New York. Some of the people are from New Jersey. So it’s just a group of kids having fun on the show”.


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