Vinny From 'Jersey Shore' Tells 'Boomer And Gio' He's Been With Hundreds Of Women

Boomer and Gio
April 16, 2019 - 12:45 pm

By WFAN.com

Vinny Guadagnino of "Jersey Shore" fame stopped by the "Boomer and Gio" show Tuesday, and the interview got quite personal when the reality TV star was asked how many women he's been with.

He wasn't sure what the actual number is. He said it was "probably" over 500 and "could be" over 1,000.

Saying he felt "disgusting" talking about his many sexual conquests now, the 31-year-old Staten Island native added that he's grown up quite a bit since the hard-partying days of his early 20s.

"I've slowed it down a lot," he said. "Like now, I'm going back to my room. I want to watch Netflix. I want to just chill. I don't want to be in bed with somebody if I don't want to wake up to them the next day and like talk to them."

He said no woman had ever asked him before what his number was.

"That's a question that guys ask girls," he said. "Girls don't ask guys that question."

Guadagnino now appears on the new MTV dating reality show "A Double Shot at Love" with his "Jersey Shore" castmate Pauly D. 

"Me and him are living in a house with 20 women, and we're all dating each other -- they're dating the both us, we're dating all of them, there's drama, there's catfights," he explained. "I will say, though, I was surprised, though, because when I got there, I started liking some girls. So what is going to happen, you'll have to see. 

"I wasn't really looking for a relationship, but I was pleasantly surprised."

Is Guadagnino ready to settle down and get married sometime soon? He's said he's not interested in forcing the issue.

"I'm all about what I naturally feel," he said. "I'm not going to lie, like I used to party like crazy. Now I want to be in bed by like 10 o'clock. I hate drinking regularly now. I like doing it like once in a while. I hate the hangovers, being on the diet, the gym, all that stuff. 

"I've naturally taken that progression of slowing down, but I'll admit I'm never going to follow the rules of like 'now I'm at this age, I have to be in a relationship.'"

To listen to the interview, click on the audio player above.