Jenni 'JWoww' Farley plans to fly 500 people to Las Vegas for her wedding because she likes the ''craziness'' of the city.
Jenni 'JWoww' Farley plans to fly 500 people to Las Vegas for her wedding.
The 'Jersey Shore' star recently got engaged to boyfriend Roger Matthews and though she hasn't started properly planning her nuptials yet, she knows she wants to tie the knot within in the ''craziness'' of the party city.
She said: ''I do know I want a wedding in Vegas, but I want like my whole wedding there so I want 500 people to go to Vegas.
''And I want like the shows and the pools and all the craziness in Vegas incorporated and that's as far as I got. So I don't know where I don't know when I just know I want to fly 500 people to Vegas.''
Roger proposed to JWoww during a skydiving lesson, and the reality TV star admits she was ''hysterically crying'' during the ''funny'' proposal because she was so afraid.
She told MTV News: ''He said he tucked it 'down there'. He made us actually wear those suits and I was like 'why are we wearing these like weirdo suits?' Like the parachuting suits so he could hide it because you actually can go in normal clothes, but he was like, 'No, no, I want you to wear the suit,' so he could have a place to maneuver it.
''It was funny though because he thought he only had a couple seconds before I was to land so he had to rip off his suit and go digging for the ring box and I actually took a couple more minutes then he thought so he was just on a knee for a while. I was hysterically crying. I hate heights.''
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