Jersey Shore's Angelina Pivarnick shares cryptic quote about 'protecting your energy' as fans slam her for photoshopping
25th September 2021

JERSEY Shore star Angelina Pivarnick shared a very cryptic message alongside a smoking hot selfie.

The 35-year-oldTV star shared the quote on her official Instagram Story along with a new photo of herself.


Posting for her her followers to see, the star looked sensational as she posed up a storm for the sultry snap.

Wearing her long brunette locks down in glamorous loose yet big bouncy waves she commanded attention as she looked directly into the camera lens.

Donning a brown smokey eye, eye-liner, fluttery lashes, and a glossy pink pout the star was glammed up for the occasion.

For the occasion, she wore a black bandeau top that she decided to place a GIF quote over the top.

The cryptic quote read: "Protect your energy."

HALLOWEEN SHOOT

She also uploaded the snap to her main page with a caption explaining what the stunning look and attire was for.

Angelina wrote: "Monday glam for my Halloween-themed photoshoot: Pics coming SOON!"

Plenty of people were all about the photo, as they rushed to the comments section to gush over Angelina's beauty.

One commented: "Angelina has really had the best glow up of anyone on Jersey Shore,' as another added, "Makeup so fire babe."

"Kim Kardashian's twin," said one fan.

KIM K'S 'TWIN'

It comes after Angelina faced backlash this week as fans accused her of photoshopping her pictures to "look like a Kardashian."

In the snap, Angelina posed for a glam shot in a body-hugging black dress, with a V-neck showing off ample cleavage.

Jersey Shore fans on Reddit said she looked great but slammed her for using so much “photoshop” to make her look that way, saying she’s getting into “Kardashian territory.”



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