Snooki has admitted she has been an ''a*****e'' to her 15 bridesmaids ahead of her forthcoming wedding but insists she is trying not to get stressed out.
Snooki admits she has been an ''a*****e'' to her 15 bridesmaids while planning her wedding.
The former 'Jersey Shore' star is set to tie the knot with her fiancé Jionni LaValle in the near future and while she gets along well with her huge collection of bridesmaids, the brunette beauty admits she hasn't been very nice to them throughout the planning process.
She said: ''Well, all my bridesmaids are my best friends that I grew up with since preschool, so everybody definitely gets along.
''We are all best friends and would die for each other, so having 15 girls as your bridesmaids is a lot, but I mean, we all get along, which is good.
''I do it to my girls, just like being an a*****e. I am more just having fun with it and trying not to be stressed out.''
While she has been busy planning her nuptials, the date of which is yet to be announced, Snooki also gave birth just eight weeks ago to daughter Giovanna but her job as a mother has been made slightly easier by the fact her two-year-old son Lorenzo adores his younger sibling.
Speaking to E!, she added: ''He is in love with her and he definitely is not jealous yet.
''He's more just very protective of her and always making sure she is OK. In the morning, he always comes in my bed and says, 'Good morning, sissy' and kisses her, so he is more in love with her right now.''
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