"There will always be a 'Jersey Shore,'" the pint-sized reality star told the August 5 issue of Rolling Stone. "It will be in the dictionary."
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The surprise hit has changed Snooki's life – and who she parties with.
"At first I was like, 'Is this what my life is going to be like now – hanging out with celebrities?' But now I'd rather party with them than normal people," she told Rolling Stone. "Not normal, but you know what I mean. When you're with people that are going through what you're going through, then it's fun, because they're not freaking out."
Still, she said she hasn't given up all of her old haunts for hot Hollywood clubs.
"I love Chili's. I got kicked out of Chili's last time I was here. I had too many [drinks], and I got up on the bar and knocked over all the bottles of Chili's liquor," Snooki explained. "They kicked me out for two days, until they realized who I was and brought me back. It was Sunday Funday. Where you say, 'It's Sunday, I'm going to get drunk.' Is today Sunday?"
While she'll be heading to Miami with "Jersey Shore" Season 2, she's still hoping for her own spin-off, "Snookin' For Love," and to launch a book and a clothing line. As for her detractors, Snooki says the hate just makes her stronger.
"To be honest with you, I Google myself every single day," Snooki said. "The negative stuff? I get off on it. Because the only reason why people talk negative is because they're jealous. Every time they call me a midget, Oompa-Loompa, orange, they're just jealous. It makes me want to be more ridiculous and more stupid."
"Jersey Shore" Season 2 premieres on MTV on July 29.
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