Jersey Shore's Jenni 'JWoww' Farley looks unrecognizable in throwback photo with co-stars after plastic surgery rumors

JERSEY Shore star Jenni "JWoww" Farley looked unrecognizable in a throwback photo with her co-stars after plastic surgery rumors.

The TV star, 35, looked fresh-faced in a cheeky shot where she left little to the imagination wearing her underpants.

Jenni looked a far cry from how she does today in an old shot posted by her pal Mike "The Situation" Sorrentino.

She looked racy in a pair of pants with her name emblazoned across the front, and wore a pair of fishnet tights underneath.

The brunette star kept it casual on top wearing a t-shirt.

Mike wrote: "Flashback to this Situation."

It's not the first time Jenni has shocked fans with her look, as last May she appeared unrecognizable in a photo as fans flooded the comments over her "new face."

The MTV star has admitted to using fillers in the past though denied any "invasive surgeries."

She took to Instagram to share her date night with fiancé Zack Clayton Carpinello.

The Jersey Shore star captioned her post: "Couldn’t choose which pic I loved more so I am posting both… living our best life at @hardrockhcac KURO."

However, fans were shocked by the photos, as many deemed her face unrecognizable.

"I still don't understand your new face," one admitted, while a second ranted: "You've had so much work you don't even look like you anymore."

Despite her lips appearing noticeably larger than her time on the popular reality series, Jenni told People in December that she "doesn't like touching her face."

She told the outlet: "I don’t like touching my face only because I’m always scared you can never go back. All those nose jobs and cheek implants and stuff like that, people get those and can never go back to what they were.

"I love my nose."

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