Vinny Guadagnino on What He’ll Miss About Jersey Shore — Exclusive
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Vinny Guadagnino on What He’ll Miss About Jersey Shore — Exclusive

Here at Wetpaint Entertainment, we still haven't entirely wrapped our minds around the fact that Jersey Shore is really over after the upcoming Season 6. When had a chance to chat with Vinny at OK! Magazine’s 4th Annual Fashion Week Celebration on September 10, we took that chance to ask him about what he'll miss about the show, what his future goals are and, of course, what the final season will be like.

Wetpaint Entertainment: What do you think you're going to miss the most about Jersey Shore after it's over?
Vinny Guadagnino: All the opportunities that it brings. My favorite part about filming is being able to have fun with Pauly is like my brother. So being able to go live in a house with him, and him busting my chops for two months straight, is actually fun. I miss it when I'm done. But more than that, just the opportunities the shows brings. I bought a house for my family. I never had money, and I was able to buy a house for my family, a nice car. Coming to events like this. I've played in the NBA celebrity All-Star game. I go to the VMAs. That all happened because of some silly TV show that we jumped on real quick.

We know acting is a goal of yours. What would be your dream role?
My dream role is just to be on a scripted show, like Breaking Bad. Where I could literally just play like, one of Jesse's friends that deals drugs, you know what I mean? Not even a big role. Just a solid role on a scripted show. Sort of like how Kid Cudi did it on How to Make It in America, and like how other people have transitioned into scripted shows.

What can we expect from Season 6?
Season 6 is we went extra hard, just because we knew it was the last season, and we wanted people to remember us in the right way. But I think people are really going to enjoy seeing people on a personal level. Like Snooki going through her pregnancy. A lot of times you see us just go through partying and fighting. But there's some real life stuff happening. Like sobriety, and pregnancy, you know what I mean? This season is kind of like we have our own mini True Life episodes.

Jersey Shore Season 6 will premiere on Thursday, October 4 at 10 p.m. ET/PT on MTV.

Rebecca Martin is an editor at Wetpaint Entertainment. Follow her on Twitter @BeccaMartin47.

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