Nicole "Snooki" Polizzi, Mike "The Situation" Sorrentino, Jenni "JWOWW" Farley, Deena Nicole Cortese, Paul "Pauly D" Delvecchio, Vinny Guadagnino and Ronnie Ortiz-Magro are among the original cast members set to return for the revival series.
On Nov. 2, just three days after MTV announced the series premiere of Floribama Shore, the network created a brand new Twitter account for Jersey Shore. Ever since, the account has been tweeting throwback pics and videos of the show, which the cast has been retweeting.
Then, that same day, a Twitter user tweeted at the cast, "You guys are a bit too old for the Jersey Shore," to which Snooki responded, "I’m 29, 2 kids, Married & can still funnel wine and do cartwheels on the dance floor. We aren’t dead."
I’m 29, 2 kids, Married & can still funnel wine and do cartwheels on the dance floor. We aren’t dead Bundy https://t.co/uTmrJGJIjm
Snooki also hinted at the reunion series on Sunday, when a Twitter user wrote, "geez if your gonna drink like that, at least get paid to do it....we love seeing you drink on tv LOL." Snooki replied, "It’ll happen again I’m sure."
Still acting is if popular demand and a grassroots fan movement was the impetus for bringing the cast back together, MTV took to Twitter ahead of the Floribama Shore premiere to tease the announcement officially, writing, "You talked, and we listened. A big #JerseyShore announcement is coming tonight during the premiere of @FloribamaShore at 10/9c."
ET recently caught up with some of the cast members ofFloribama Shore and they had nothing but love for the stars who came before them.
"I loved Jersey Shore, I thought it was fun. I loved Snooki. She was fun; a blast in a glass. She was awesome," Codi Butts told ET.
"I loved everybody from the cast," Candace Rice chimed in. "I really enjoyed JWoww. I like a lot of characteristics about her. She's very much the reasonable one in the house, but she kinda has that fighting spirit to her."
Jeremiah Buoni added, "We're not trying to take away Jersey Shore's spot. Because without them, we wouldn't have a TV show."