Reality TV star 'Snooki' pregnant with baby #2 - My9 New Jersey

Reality TV star 'Snooki' pregnant with baby #2

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This image released by Disney shows TV personality Nicole "Snooki" Polizzi, right, from "Jersey Shore," with her fiance Jionni LaValle and their one-year-old son Lorenzo. (AP Photo/Disney, Matt Stroshane, File) This image released by Disney shows TV personality Nicole "Snooki" Polizzi, right, from "Jersey Shore," with her fiance Jionni LaValle and their one-year-old son Lorenzo. (AP Photo/Disney, Matt Stroshane, File)
NEW YORK (MYFOXNY) - Nicole 'Snooki' Polizzi, the former star of the hit reality TV series,' Jersey Shore,' is expecting her second child with fiance, Jionni LaValle.

"Jionni and I are so excited to confirm that we are expecting our second child! Now knowing that our test results are good and our baby is healthy, we can finally talk about it!" Polizzi wrote on her blog.

Polizzi, 26, who hails from Marlboro, New York, and LaValle planned on having a second child before they  marry. Their wedding is set for the fall of 2014. The pair are parents to Lorenzo, 1.

News of the pregnancy was leaked to the media, according to Polizzi..

"I want to thank everyone for their congratulations and we can feel how excited you are for us! Jionni and I wanted to clear the air by saying we only kept our second pregnancy to ourselves for the health of our child and until we reached a reasonable time to let the world know. No matter how annoying it is to have our 2nd baby announced without our consent and when the time is appropriate, We could not be happier!" 

Polizzi, who was dubbed 'Snooki,' on the MTV series that made her famous, was a hard partying, beach lover in Seaside Heights, NJ. 
















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