Yes, 'Floribama Shore' Has Its Own Version Of 'Jersey Shore's Snooki


Floribama Shore will transport the hard-partying antics of its Jersey predecessor from Seaside Heights to Panama City Beach, which means a new location and a freshly raucous cast. But who exactly are these people, and can they spin their shenanigan-filled summer into another massive hit? Aimee Hall from MTV's Floribama Shore is looking to make a name for herself on the beach-y reality show.

According to her MTV bio, Aimee, 24, is a self-described "Princess Goddess Mermaid" that hails from Perdido, Alabama, a tiny little town roughly three hours northwest of the Florida Panhandle. She was in an on-again, off-again relationship with the same man for the last 10 years, but finally broke things off when he got another girl pregnant, and she comes to PCB ready to leave the past behind and start anew. She's not afraid to speak her mind, and helps to keep the house in line with her "down home wisdom" and foul-mouthed sass. Basically, she's a newly single firecracker with opinions to share and heads to turn — both things that should make for a season full of so-bad-it's-good drama.

She's joined by seven other castmates: 24-year-old Memphis export Candace Rice, a "voice of reason" for the house in search of a carefree summer after experiencing gun violence back home; 25-year-old North Carolinian Codi Butts, a southern gentleman who's described by MTV as "both a caretaker and a pot stirrer"; 22-year old Gus Smyrnios, a Tallahassee charmer who had to grow up fast and is looking to let loose and find love; 21-year-old Kortni Gilson, a local wild child living on her own for the first time; 23-year-old Nilsa Prowant, another PCB native who's hoping to sow some wild oats; and 22-year-old Jeremiah Buoni, a ladies man who finds himself caught in a love triangle with Kortni and Nilsa. According to the series' official synopsis, they're all “armed with incredible life experiences and standing at a crossroads, whether it’s ending a relationship, tasting independence for the first time, or trying to escape the past," and are using the summer to “party it up and put the real world on hold for just a little bit longer.”

You don't get to see a lot of Aimee in the show's trailer, but she does mention she "only wants to have one night stands," so it sounds like she'll be embracing her new relationship status — or in this case, lack thereof. Outside of that, there's not yet much information about her, but there are a few facts to be gleaned from social media.

She's Still Tight With The Cast

Sure, it's only been a few months since filming wrapped, but if there was any conflict in the house, it's water under the bridge by now. In a recent Instagram post, Aimee called the Floribama Shore cast her "second family," and she frequently refers to Nilsa as her bestie.

She's Close With Her Own Family, Too

Aimee has recently given sweet Instagram shout-outs to her niece, nephew, and younger brother, Hunter. And on her 25th birthday (she was 24 when Floribama was filmed), she shared a sentimental tribute to her mom: "This day 25 years ago my Mom gave birth to me on her 21st Birthday. I am so thankful I get to share my birthday with such a wonderful woman. I love you Mom," she captioned a photo.

She Is A Fan Of Music

Aimee often peppers her Instagram posts with song lyrics.

But Not Of The Outdoors

In a promo clip for the show, Aimee says she'd much prefer to work inside.

Get to know Aimee more when Floribama Shore premieres Monday, Nov. 27.