"I don't know if they were allowed," Farley told TooFab on Thursday during an interview for her upcoming talk show "Young Americans," debuting in January.
"This is me being an investigator 'cause it's on E! and it wasn't our production company so I'm thinking, 'Oh, well maybe they just weren't allowed to use the whole cast because they weren't asked because then maybe it becomes a legal issue.'"
When asked if Ortiz-Magro's absence was related to limitations in his "Famously Single" contract that airs on E!, Farley said: "Maybe. I mean that's what I always look at."
Obviously after the show aired with the missing three cast members it lead to speculation that the "Jersey Shore" cast could be feuding, but Farley immediately shot down any notion that there's lingering hard feelings from the final season of the MTV reality series.
On the contrary, Mike "The Situation" Sorrentino, who exited the sixth and final season with all his Jersey housemates hating him, is actually one of Farley's best friends now and she attributes it to his post-series sobriety.
"His sobriety and Mike reaching out to all of us and saying we should really get together and do this," Farley said. "Apologizing, which can really go a long way, especially when you're dealing with someone who is an addict. You're not dealing with that same person so for him to openly admit that and then be like really clean and he goes to his meetings like three times a week and he's just such an amazing person right now, I would just do it for him just to see an almost happy closure for him like we did it, this is our last season and like we're all best friends with Mike."
"Mike is one of my nearest and dearest right now," she added. "He is so sweet that I've been saying I want the reboot to happen just for him. Just for him. Just for Mike to have a second chance because we left with such a bad taste in our mouth the last season, all of us, we never spoke for five years to Mike. I love him so much right now, I would love to do it just for him. Just to give him a second chance."
Farley is certain the E! reunion won't be the last time fans get to see she and her "Jersey Shore" cast mates reunited, revealing the entire group and the show's creator SallyAnn Salsano are on a group chat and communicate every day. They even kick around ideas of exactly how a reboot would go down.
"Me and SallyAnn have been in like group chat with the whole cast like, 'Let's do this. Let's kick down MTV's doors' 'cause everyone's down," she said. "Everyone is in the group chat and we talk constantly, everyday, all day, all the cast mates and we talk constantly with the creator of the show and we're like, 'We need to do this. I just need to be in bed my 9 p.m.'"
"This would be my dream reboot if we had one," Farley added. "We go somewhere for two weeks all out so let's picture like Turks and Caicos. Two weeks, Jersey Shore takes over, ruins the village and then we're out."
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