'Jersey Shore' gang reuniting for an E! special Aug. 20

'Jersey Shore' gang reuniting for an E! special Aug. 20

Snooki's video comes about a month after TMZ and other outlets reported the "Jersey Shore" crew was getting back together for a new series.

The first official teaser for the brand new series Road Trip Reunion has finally been revealed. Polizzi and Farley Wednesday and became mothers after the show ended while while Ortiz-Magro now appears on another reality show "Famously Single".

Nicole Polizzi, better known as Snooki, announced the reunion on her Twitter.

On Friday, Nicole "Snooki" Polizzi and Mike "The Situation" Sorrentino went on Instagram to reveal the premiere date for their reunion docu-series: August 20, on E!, People reported.

Along with the first clip from the show (above), a synopsis for the event seems to confirm that Ronnie Ortiz-Magro, Vinny Guadagnino, Deena Nicole Cortese and Angelina Pivarnik will all be MIA. Cortese is from New Egypt and Giancola is from Hazlet.

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I guess we know where all of Pauly D's Jersey Shore money went!

"Negative for New Jersey, " Christie told ABC-TV's Jake Tapper in 2010 when asked about MTV's "Jersey Shore".

The show is expected to be a documentary series about their lives today and what "Jersey Shore" has meant to them - not a straight reboot of the former MTV series where their wild antics and memorable catchphrases transformed them into stars.

In May, New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie signed legislation inspired by Polizzi to cap what state public universities can pay speakers. Christie said New Jersey taxpayers could not afford to support a program that blemished the state's reputation. "However, as chief executive I am duty bound to ensure that taxpayers are not footing a $420,000 bill for a project which does nothing more than perpetuate misconceptions about the state and its citizens".