Jenni 'JWoww' Farley wants to get hitched before her 'Jersey Shore' co-star Nicole 'Snooki' Polizzi and is planning an extravagant televised wedding.
Jenni 'JWoww' Farley wants to beat Snooki down the aisle.
The 'Jersey Shore' star - who got engaged to long-term boyfriend Roger Matthews in September - intends to get married before her best friend and her fiance Jionni Lavalle by throwing a wild Spring wedding in Las Vegas.
When asked if she hopes to get married first, Jenni told Wetpaint Entertainment: ''I think so, because she's so into being a mom right now, she doesn't even want to plan a wedding.''
Roger added: ''Very, very different situations. They already have a baby, so I think we'll beat them to the altar.''
The muscular reality star proposed to Jenni mid-skydiving lesson and the pair are keen to keep up the drama by getting hitched live on her TV show 'Snooki & JWoww'.
Jenni enthused: ''Yeah if he allows it! Just because our relationship unfolded on TV, and he asked me out on TV so it's like, why not just keep going with it?''
Roger said: ''It's pretty much been documented since day one, it really has.''
The couple also revealed they hope to have children in ''a year or two'', but their current priority is organising a boozy Vegas wedding after-party for a 500 strong crowd of friends and family.
Jenni, 26, has admitted she wants to feel like a princess on her big day by donning a show-stopping pink wedding gown.
She recently said: ''I want my boobs out. I want a corset looking top and then the bottom to really poof out. I really want something sexy with a princess feel.''
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