There Was A ‘Jersey Shore’ Reunion At Deena Cortese’s Wedding Except For One Cast Member

To all the guido and guidettes, if you are a fan of Jersey Shore then you’ll be excited for what happened this weekend. Deena Nicole Cortese got married and a Jersey Shore reunion went down at her wedding, except for one cast member. On Saturday, Deena married Christopher Buckner at Laurita Winery in New Egypt, New Jersey. All your favorite meatballs and meatheads from the hit MTV reality show were in attendance except for Ronnie Magro.

Five years after Jersey Shore went off the air, Nicole “Snooki” Polizzi, Jenny “JWoww” Farley, Sammi “Sweetheart” Giancola, DJ Pauly D, Mike “The Situation” Sorrentino, and Vinny Guadagnino were all at the wedding to witness Deena officially retire from being single and raise her smush jersey into the rafters. The cast members, minus Ronnie, posted photos from the joyous nuptials. “Crew back together for Deena’s Wedding! I LOVE YOU MAMA MEATBALL!!! @deenanicolemtv,” Snooki wrote on Instagram.

Now you know why there was a national shortage of hair gel this week.

This comes months after there was another Jersey Shore reunion over the summer, which also did not include Ronnie.

Ronnie claimed that he wasn’t able to attend Deena’s wedding because of “business.” “I’m not going to make it to Deena’s wedding. I’m actually in the middle of a project, a business investment so I have to be out here in California. She knows that I wish her the best. Her and Chris, you know, they’re a great couple and I’m always rooting for them and I’m happy that she found someone to spend the rest of her life with,” Ronnie told Toofab.

Maybe a wedding without Ron Ron Juice and the constant bickering between Ronnie and Sammie Sweetheart is a better wedding.

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