As celebrities left the MTV Video Music Awards Sunday night and headed to the InTouch Icons and Idols after party at FINALE in Manhattan, a certain reincarnated boy band was all they could talk about.
"I was a little excited about 'NSync," former "Jersey Shore" star Ronnie Magro admitted to Newsday. His live-in girlfriend and on-screen love Sammi "Sweetheart" Giancola agreed.
"I grew up with NSync, so it was really great to see them back together" she said. "That little bit that I got, I loved it."
The famously tumultuous couple seemed happy as ever, laughing and whispering on the red carpet, but Giancola said she was in no hurry to get to the alter.
"I wouldn't mind getting married one day," she said, "but I'm still young; I have a life to live and I'm enjoying every moment of it. I think too many people rush into getting married."
Other reality stars in attendance included "Mob Wives" co-stars Renee Graziano and Angela "Big Ang" Riola.
Graziano, who is recovering from issues with alcohol abuse and focusing on her fashion line, Mob Candy, stayed sober and gave advice to others in need of help. "Stay positive and surround yourself with the right people," she said. "Avoid anything that might take you back there."
Meanwhile, Jenny McCarthy talked about her new gig hosting "The View," saying she can't wait to get boyfriend Donnie Wahlberg on the show and was "really surprised" at how much she loves all of her co-hosts. She and Wahlberg are going strong, but he has yet to meet her 11-year-old son, Evan.
"I don't know when will be right," she said, estimating it might be a few months. "I have an inner mom clock."
Former "Teen Mom" and adult video star Farrah Abraham also talked about life as a mom.
"I'm always working, but I'm a mom first and foremost," she said. "Right now I'm working on a new song that will be released next month, my spinoff show and an erotic romance novel."
Abraham said she would fly home after the party to take daughter Sophia to her first day of pre-K the following morning. As for her upcoming show, "You can expect to see me being on top of everything," she said.