Jersey Shore Family Wishing Snooki ‘Get Well Soon’

Jersey Shore Family Wishing Snooki 'Get Well Soon'

Jersey Shore Family Wishing Snooki ‘Get Well Soon’!

Earlier today, Nicole Snooki Polizzi wished everyone a Happy Valentine’s while announcing that she tested positive for COVID. Snooki’s Jersey Shore Family took to wish her a fast recovery. Continue on…

Jersey Shore Family Wishing Snooki 'Get Well Soon' reports that the Jersey Shore Family have all commented on Nicole Snooki Polizzi’s post wishing her well.

Despite Snooki’s new show “Beach Cabana Royale,” airing on Discovery + in a couple of days, she has received much love from her Jersey Shore family.

Vinny said in his weird sense of humor.:

Thank you for speaking your truth. You will not be silenced.

Her bestie JWoww joked:

Can I throw chocolates at your window?

DJ Pauly sent love:

Feel Better Snooks!!!!! ????????

Mike The Situations wife Lauren said:

Feel better mama!!

Jersey Shore Family Wishing Snooki 'Get Well Soon'

If you recall, after the wedding fiasco last season on Jersey Shore, Snooki said she retired from the series because it wasn’t fun anymore.

It was heartbreaking for her, but we hope she returns next season because it’s lacking a bit without the main meatball in the family.

Snooki New Show “Beach Cabana Royale,” Premieres on Discovery Plus:

Currently, Snooki can be seen on her new hourlong special “Beach Cabana Royale,” premiering on Feb. 16 on the streaming service Discovery Plus.

Nicole “Snooki” Polizzi is visiting the South Shore of Long Island for a design competition show set in Atlantic Beach.

The reality-TV star hosts as designers Karla Graves, Wendell Holland and Delia Kenza have one day to upgrade beach-club cabanas for three families who need their help.

The cabanas at such beach clubs as Silver Point and The Shores are famous for generations of families who return each year, renewing club memberships that can cost from under $1,300 a couple to more than $10,000. Cabanas range from simply a room with a bench to a mini-apartment with a refrigerator, sink, hot-water shower, and dining space for six.

Polizzi, 33, said in a statement:

Here at Atlantic Beach, New York, cabanas are a huge way of life. Not only do they provide shade from the summer heat, they’re also a place for friends and family to gather, play games, enjoy meals together and even shower off after you get all that sand in your bathing suits.

Under the gaze of judges Egypt Sherrod (HGTV’s “Flipping Virgins” and “Property Virgins”) and Orlando Soria (HGTV’s “Build Me Up”), the designers vie to win a donation in their name of up to 100,000 meals to the organization Turn Up! Fight Hunger.

The special is part of HGTV’s new Beach Escape bloc of programming, which also includes the shows “Beachfront Bargain Hunt,” “Mexico Life,” “Hawaii Life” and “Island Life.”