'Jersey Shore': Girls call Angelina a 'cockroach' and 'dump' in wedding speech, Vinny says they meant well
Jenni Farley, Deena Nicole Cortese and Nicole Polizzi decide to prepare the speech for Angelina's wedding but it does not seem to go the way people would have expected
Jenni Farley, Deena Nicole Cortese and Nicole Polizzi were the chosen ones to give a speech on Angelina Pivarnick's wedding. Angelina had been looking forward to her wedding and was eager to listen to the speech that the girls had prepared.
Even before the season aired, people had been eagerly waiting for the speech as it happened to be the speech that resulted in a broken friendship. With only one day remaining for the big day, Jenni, Deena and Nicole decided to sit down together and talk about what would be the best way to deliver the speech. The girls decided to think of sweet things from the past but found it hard to recall any memory that did not involve a fight. At this point, Jenni hinted they should make their speech funny because of the relationship they shared. They were sure Angelina would be in on the fun and thought of all the things to tell the bride.
In the speech, the girls called Angelina a "cockroach on the wall" and a "dump in the island", among other things. The girls thought it would be the perfect thing to say at her wedding and went on to add more. Jenni, Nicole and Deena laughed about what was to come and were looking forward to it. However, fans thought it wasn't the best decision to deliver a speech such as the one they had written as Angelina would have all her family friends and relatives. "Why will these girls think this speech is ok for a wedding where family, friends ie parents, grandparents, kids of all ages will be there. Do they not have brains," read one comment.
Another wrote, "Please do not f***ing justify this s**t. There are a time and place and the wedding is not the place for that kind of speech." While the fans did not seem happy about the speech, Vinny Guadagnino decided to come and defend the girls. "You see guys... the girls aren't the best speechwriters (like I am )... BUT they were never malicious in their intentions," he wrote but that did not stop people from slamming them. Were the girls right with their speech or they should have taken a step back?
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