Snooki Pregnant 2012


Rumors are flying that the fist pumping I drink all the time. I’m so tanned Jersey diva is 3 months pregnant by Jionna LaValle.

“I definitely do want kids, but I’m not pregnant,” Snooki, 25, told Lara Spencer from Good Morning America. “Being pregnant should be a real thing and a happy thing, and I’m not.”

If she is I’m sure MTV is taping all this and prepping for another spinn off show.



Oh baby! February 2012 starts with a "Snooki Pregnant" rumor spreading from the pages of Star Magazine that claims the pint-sized reality Tv starlet is with child.

The report claims that her boyfriend of a year, Jionni LaValle, are expecting their first child, reveals the upcoming issue of Star.

"She is pregnant and has only told her closest friends and some family," an insider said, according to Radar Online.

The Digital Spy adds that Snooki has also been teasing others with this upcoming alleged big announcement of a baby on the way, telling people that she has some major news coming.

She didn't offer more details, only teasing with the possible baby news.

Radar even believes she is dropping hints on social network twitter.

"I feel sick,” she admitted in a January 25 post on her Facebook page, then later tweeted: “Late night craving...yogurt hits the fricken spot!”

What kind of a mother will Snooki be to her baby if she is really pregnant?


 She is also reported to have inked a deal with Us Weekly for an announcement on the cover of its magazine.
Regarding her pregnancy rumors asked by Lara Spencer on ABC’s “Good Morning America,” Snooki said: “I definitely do want kids, but I’m not pregnant.” You be the judge, something tells me she is really pregnant.

A source for E! Online confirms that Snooki is about three or four months along, and may soon be giving up her partying in Jersey City to prenatal doctor visits and yoga classes.



Is Snooki pregnant or not?

According to the New York Post, the “Jersey Shore” star is “carrying her first child by boyfriend Jionni LaValle, and is roughly three months along.”

Earlier this month, the pint-sized reality star denied on “Good Morning America” that she was expecting, saying, “I definitely do want kids, but I’m not pregnant… Being pregnant should be a real thing and a happy thing, and I’m not.”

The Post, however, says Snooki “lied,” and ”has already brokered a deal” to announce the news on the cover of a celebrity magazine.

When Gossip Cop reached out to a rep for Snooki, we were told “no comment.”

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Pauley Perrette is known to millions around the world as "Abby Sciuto", the brilliant but offbeat forensic scientist on CBS' "NCIS: Naval Criminal Investigative Service" (2003), the #1-rated drama in the world. Her additional credits include appearances on such shows as Almost Famous (2000), The Ring (2002/I), "24" (2001), "CSI: Crime Scene Investigation" (2000), "Murder One" (1995), "The Drew Carey Show" (1995), "Jesse" (1998), "Time of Your Life" (1999), "Philly" (2001), "Special Unit 2" (2001), "Haunted" (2002) and many independent films, commercials and music videos..

Born in New Orleans, Pauley was raised in Alabama, Georgia and all over the South. She was an undergrad honor student in sociology, psychology and criminal science. She began her masters degree in criminal science at Georgia State University before moving to New York City. She worked as a bartender while pursuing an acting career.

In addition to being a talented actress, Pauley is also a director, producer, published writer, poet, photographer, spoken-word artist and singer/songwriter. A passionate and dedicated advocate for civil rights, she is directing and producing a documentary about U.S. civil rights attorney and author Mark Lane. An ardent social and civil activist, Pauley is involved in many charitable organizations that work on behalf of animal rescue, civil and LGBT rights. She is on the board of Project Angel Food and supports Habitat for Humanity, NoH8, PATH (People Assisting The Homeless), EQCA (Equality California), AIDS Walk LA, The Humane Society, AIDS Task Force, NOH8 Campaign, Los Angeles Zoo, Hope Gardens, Union Rescue Mission, DonorsChoose.org, APLA (AIDS Project Los Angeles), The Amanda Foundation, the American Red Cross, Out of the Closet, Top Cops, 5p21 (AIDS clinic), Strike Out AIDS, Petfinder.com, Hollywood Homeless Lunch, Campaign for Care and Save the Children. Pauley is also an active congregant of the legendary social and civilly active Hollywood United Methodist Church.

Her dedication to independent films has resulted in her winning, among other accolades, Best Actress in the Beverly Hills Films Festival 2010 for To Comfort You (2009). Being placed on several IT lists, including Entertainment Weekly and LA Weekly, she also was singled out as the only woman in the top 10 of the Q rankings, and tied with Tom Hanks and Morgan Freeman at #1 as the most favorable celebrities. In the E-Poll survey, she ranked #4 most liked celebrity.

Pauley was recently honored by the Society of St. Vincent de Paul as "Community Advocate of the Year," the Union Rescue Mission with the "Heart for Service" Award, by the Desert AIDS Project as "Next Generation Advocate" and by the Union Rescue Mission with her social media efforts that saved Hope Gardens (a homeless shelter for women and children). She is finishing recording her new album with her band "Stop Making Friends", songs she wrote and sings. She is also the former lead singer of the legendary all-girl punk rock band Lo-Ball. She recently collaborated with new artist B. Taylor on his single, "Fire in Your Eyes" and will soon be heard on the upcoming Run-D.M.C. single "Attention Please."

Pauley has been a frequent entertaining guest on "The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson" (2005), "Late Show with David Letterman" (1993), "Late Night with Jimmy Fallon" (2009) and many other entertainment and talk shows.