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Jersey Shore's JWOWW Back on South Beach on Monday

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Before getting your GTL on in anticipation of her arrival or jumping off the MacArthur Causeway - depending upon where you stand on the whole Jersey Shore phenomena --know that Jenni Farley, aka JWOWW, is only confirmed to be back in South Beach for a day - that we know of.

She and her castmates spent the summer infecting South Beach their Jersey charm a couple of years ago, but this time she'll be at GNC on Lincoln Road on Monday from 5 to 6 p.m. shilling for Ab Cuts, a natural body supplement. That's a joke, right? JWOWW and natural body anything in the same sentence. Read on, if you dare:

JWOWW will be in store signing something, but we're not sure exactly what. Maybe Ab Cuts gel looking things (although that would be difficult because they look oily),

her book The Rules According To JWOWW: Shore-Tested Secrets on Landing a

Mint Guy, Staying Fresh to Death, and Kicking the Competition to the

Curb, body parts, or something else we can hardly imagine just

yet.

Maybe only second to The Situation, JWOWW has sold herself to untold

riches capitalizing on her Jersey Shore celebrity. We guess it makes

sense that she's stumping for a body fat reduction thingamajiggy since

trying to look good, screw dudes, and going out has been the entirety of

her life for the past several years. It could be worse, she could be

professional wrestling like Snooki.

Her reps say she'll be flying solo on this one. Too bad. We wouldn't mind

seeing her throw down again with one of her castmates (a poll on her

website has fans thinking she is most likely to box Sammi Sweetheart

next).

Check JWOWW out at GNC (622 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach) from 5 to 6 p.m. on Monday, March 21.

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