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Photos: JWoww hosts second weekend of 2013 Rehab Bikini Invitational at Hard Rock Hotel


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Jenni “JWoww” Farley hosts the second weekend of the 2013 Rehab Bikini Invitational at The Hard Rock Hotel Las Vegas on Sunday, July 7, 2013.

JWoww Hosts 2013 Rehab Bikini Invitational

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Reality TV star Jenni “JWoww” Farley hosted the second round of the 2013 Rehab Bikini Invitational at The Hard Rock Hotel Las Vegas on Sunday afternoon.

JWoww, star of MTV’s “Jersey Shore” (now off the air; please don’t cry) and “Snooki & JWoww,” turned heads on the arrivals carpet in her black bathing suit and a tiny wrap.

JWoww soaked up the sun, enjoyed poolside drinks, tossed around beach balls to Rehab revelers and, of course, fist pumped to the beats of resident DJs Richard Beynon, Shift and Wellman.

Chris Phillips of Zowie Bowie, with girlfriend Lydia Ansel, served as MC and judge for the second consecutive week.

While at the Hard Rock, JWoww, who also is starring on ABC’s “One Life to Live,” dined at Culinary Dropout, whose patio has a view of Rehab. JWoww and her group enjoyed the gastropub’s turkey wrap, gorgonzola chicken salad with a sour cherry vinaigrette and pub burger.

There are two more rounds — each weekend, 10 girls are selected — on July 14 and 21, with the final competition July 28. The five-week national search for Rehab’s 2014 Bikini Team kicked off last week, with “The Real Housewives of Miami” star and model Joanna Krupa hosting.

Thanks to Erik Kabik of Retna for his photo gallery.

Don Chareunsy is editor of Vegas DeLuxe and senior editor for arts and entertainment of the Las Vegas Sun.

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