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“Things have changed but they really haven’t changed,” says Ronnie Ortiz-Magro in new Jersey Shore: Family Vacation trailer.
“I’m 100% positive that this is gonna be the wildest vacation we’ve ever had,” adds Snooki.
In a just-released show teaser, the wild cast seems to be living it up in Miami, until the drama takes a dark turn.
“This is literally gonna f***ing ruin my marriage!” screams a crazed Snooki during a heated fight with her costars.
“There’s gonna be some drama,” admits DJ Pauly D as his pals’ relationships start to hit rock bottom.
“It’s harmless fun!” screams Mike Sorrentino after a boozy bender in the tropical beach town.
Vinny Guadagnino — probably the most centered of the crew — then goes on to explain that going out in Miami with their cast and being in a relationship has turned out to be “pretty hard” for BFF Ronnie.
As the screen flashes to Ronnie rubbing a blonde bombshell’s bum by the pool. Vinny warns: “If Ronnie gets any closer to this girl, he’s about to have a second baby mama.”
RadarOnline.com readers know Ronnie is expecting a baby with girlfriend Jen Harley — a fact which he admitted while shamefully talking to the cameras.
“I’m a bad guy,” he then says while crying in his suite.
Vinny is exasperated after all the household cheating drama. “I can’t explain it,” he says. “Put us all together and it’s a sh**show.”
In a bizarre turn of events, the cast later revealed that they had been trying to find Pauly D a “nice girl,” and after years of searching, he’d finally found one!
“I can’t believe Pauly’s gonna propose to her,” a cast member says off screen as Pauly D is seen diamond ring shopping!
Is a Jersey Shore wedding in the works?
The dramatic teaser ended with show alum Angelina Pivarnick bursting into the beach house to yell: "You think I'm a dirty little hamster?!"
Stay tuned for the upcoming season of Jersey Shore airing April 5 on MTV.
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