Nicole "Snooki" Polizzi, the pint-sized star of "Jersey Shore," covers the latest issue of Rolling Stone (something tells us music purists and old school RS aficionados may be a little peeved about this), and dishes about how she really doesn't dig the way she's depicted on the show. "If I do something stupid, which is pretty much the whole time, I hate it," she says. "I just hate it. Obviously, they're only going to put the good stuff in, and the good stuff is us drunk, so all I'm seeing is me drunk and falling down. That's how I am when I party, but some of the stuff I do is, like, 'Really, Nicole?' I look like a freakin' alcoholic. I'm like, 'You're sweating, your makeup is running, you look gross.' I just look like shit."
She likens "Jersey Shore" to prison, and says there is no TV, radio or internet allowed when they're filming a season. Which makes us really wonder— besides the obvious, that it's a TV show— just how realistic of a reality show it is. Even people in jail have TV, radio and internet. "It messes with your head," she says. "That's why we go crazy. That's why we fight with each other. That's why we drink. We're living in a house for two months with that shit. If the president died, we'd have no idea. There's no normalcy. It's just like prison, with cameras."