‘Jersey Shore’: Snooki Fangirls Over Meeting Elisabeth Moss at GMA
Nicole “Snooki” Polizzi may be a celebrity, but that doesn’t mean that she doesn’t get starstruck sometimes. The Jersey Shore: Family Vacation star was overwhelmed when she met one of her favorite actresses when both were at ABC’s studios in New York City to appear on Good Morning America.
Snooki meets Elisabeth Moss
On Feb. 26, Snooki and her Jersey Shore co-stars paid a visit to GMA to promote the new season of their MTV reality TV show. While there, the 32-year-old realized that one of her favorite actresses was also in the building.
“I realized @elisabethmossofficial was at GMA & i was stalking her all morning,” Snooki wrote on Instagram. “I had to go potty and low and behold, there she was. I attacked her and screamed. After i assaulted her i asked for a picture and she was the nicest woman ever. I LOVE YOU, BLESSED BE MAWMA 🔥💋” Her Jersey Shore partner in crime Jenni “JWoww” Farley snapped the photo of Snooki and The Handmaid’s Tale star.
‘Jersey Shore: Family Vacation’ returns Feb. 27
Fans can see more of Snooki, The Situation, JWoww, and the rest of the Jersey Shore crew when new episodes of their show premiere on MTV on “Jerzday,” Feb. 27 at 8/7c. The second half of season 3 will feature Mike Sorrentino’s release from prison and reunion with his friends and family, Farley embracing her newly single life, and preparations for Angelina Pivarnick’s drama-filled wedding.
While Polizzi announced late in 2019 that she was quitting the show, she will be featured in the upcoming episodes, since those were filmed before she made her decision to leave.
Elisabeth Moss’s new movie ‘The Invisible Man’ opens Feb. 28
Moss — who so far hasn’t commented on her close encounter with Snooki — was at GMA to talk about her upcoming movie. The Invisible Man, a sci-fi horror film based on the H.G. Wells novel of the same name. It opens on Friday, Feb. 28.
The movie is a modern update on the classic story. Moss plays a woman who is married to a brilliant but abusive scientist. When he dies she begins to suspect that it’s a hoax, and that he’s actually discovered a way to make himself invisible. It’s received largely positive reviews from critics.
“We put a woman at the center and it’s told from the perspective of the victim. It’s definitely a very modern, very different ‘Invisible Man,'” Moss told Good Morning America.
She also dropped some news about the much-anticipated return of Hulu’s The Handmaid’s Tale. “We start shooting on Monday I’m really, really excited,” she said. “It’s a very big season I can say that we’re definitely stretching the limits of what we can do.”
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