Snooki Made An Intentionally Terrible Music Video To Recap Her Voyage From ‘Jersey Shore’ To Motherhood

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07.27.16 5 Comments

It would be easy to believe that Nicole “Snooki” Polizzi is the latest pseudo-celebrity or reality star to attempt to extend her already exhausted 15 minutes with a career in music. After all, former Girl Next Door and Playboy Playmate Kendra Wilkinson recently debuted her music video “Lost in Space,” and obviously there are the famously questionable efforts of Paris Hilton and Kim Kardashian as well. And if you’re really looking to abuse your eyes and ears, you could always check out Tan Mom’s “Life of the Party” and Courtney Stodden’s “Reality.” But I digress.

With “Yung Mommy,” the former Jersey Shore cast member and current YouTube star is clearly just having a good time, because she admits that this mess is “just meant to be fun and funny,” and that’s important because, holy moly, is it bad. Even intentionally bad music videos and pop songs have some redeemable characteristics, but I guess you have to be a big Snooki fan to really get this one. Fortunately, it only lasts a minute and 42 seconds, so it’s not like she’s trying to recreate Meatloaf’s “I’d Do Anything for Love (But I Won’t Do That)” music video.

I’m not saying I wouldn’t watch that, though.

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