Floribama Shore stars reveal shocking season 2 hookups and pranks gone wrong

Floribama Shore stars, Candace Rice and Jeremiah Bouni reveal shocking season 2 hookups and pranks which have gone wrong!

                            Floribama Shore stars reveal shocking season 2 hookups and pranks gone wrong
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'Floribama Shore' is all set to make a return to MTV for season 2 next week and two of the stars from the reality TV show revealed some secrets about what was really going on during season 2. 

According to TooFab, 'Floribama Shore' star Candace Rice and Jeremiah Buoni stopped by the studio to reveal a few secrets just ahead of Monday's premiere and spoke of everything ranging from unexpected hookups to the pranks that went wrong, as well as how the cast dealt with each other's different political views. "We knew we was gonna come in fighting," Candace shared as Jeremiah agreed. 

Jeremiah also went on to add that he had a lot of anxiety and doubt after returning to the reality series which has frequently been compared to 'Jersey Shore'.  "There was some stuff that went on off camera that got handled on camera," Candace added. She also revealed that fans and viewers will have the chance to witness the confrontation "On the very first episode". 

Referring to the dramatic confrontation that takes place, Jeremiah revealed that it was just "a simple prank" which totally backfired and turned into "something very bad". Jeremiah also shared that he was extremely nervous to see Gus Smyrnios with whom he had formed a very close bond and connection while being on season 1 of the 'Floribama Shore' series. 

"I didn't spend as much time as I wanted to with Kirk [Medas] last season. This season sort of catapulted a new relationship, and I was very excited to see him and build a stronger relationship with him." He also spoke of the epic bar fight which had taken place last and revealed that he does not have any regrets when it comes to handling the situation the way he did. 

"I feel like the situation at the bar was finished, and a couple other roommates escalated the situation, putting others in harm's way. Now, for me, I'm gonna teach my younger brothers that fighting isn't always the answer -- whether you're the biggest, whether you're the baddest -- sometimes, just wash it off your shoulder and walk away," Jeremiah went on to add. 

Candace entered season 2 with a beau but when she was asked about whether he was still in the picture or not, she just let out a laugh and shared, "You gotta watch and see. That was like what the whole season was about!" They were also asked about whether fans and viewers could expect unexpected and surprising hookups on this upcoming season, to which both Candace and Jeremiah said "yes". "Oh, definitely!" Candace went on to add without hesitation. "Mhmmm. Oh yeah, like make ya wig fall."

When it came to their political views, the cast of 'Floribama Shore' would just agree to disagree. "Like, these are people that we have to live with. Everybody's political views is not gonna be the same. It's just one of those things where, someone says their political views about something, [and you realize] that's just how they were raised," Candace shared referring to the cast's different political views. 

"At the end of the day, we're coming together for an experience. You have eight different people that come from all these different backgrounds, and unlike 'Jersey Shore,' we all are coming from different socioeconomic classes, different races -- so I think that the fights were meant to happen from day one. So [political disagreements] happened, but we were able to see past it," she continued. 

Candace and Jeremiah also responded to the subtle shade that was thrown their way by 'Jersey Shore' star Mike 'the situation' Sorrentino who said that comparing 'Jersey Shore' to 'Floribama Shore' was more like trying to" compare Michael Jordan to a rookie". "I understand where he's coming from as far as the fact that 'Jersey Shore' is a little bit more seasoned than we are," Jeremiah said. 

He maintained that he and his castmates had a different way that he and his castmates relate to their fans. "A lot of 'Jersey Shore' was party, get drunk, smash. For us, there are times where we get very emotional and actually share certain parts about our lives that the fans probably didn't expect to hear."

Season 2 of 'Floribama Shore' is going to consist of 14 episodes and will see the likes of original cast members such as Jeremiah Buoni, Codi Butts, Kortni Gilson, Aimee Hall, Kirk Medas, Nilsa Prowant, Candace Rice and Gus Smyrnios.