'Jersey Shore' Premiere Had 'A Lot Of Drama,' Aubrey O'Day Says

'I think it's toward the top of the highest level of fun, watchable entertainment,' ex-Danity Kane singer says.

The cast promised there'd be lots of drama on the second season of "Jersey Shore", and ex-[artist id="2400155"]Danity Kane[/artist] singer and former "Making the Band" star Aubrey O'Day tuned in Thursday night as Snooki, The Situation and the rest of the crew took a trip to Miami to party away the winter months. So what was O'Day's assessment of the drama?

"It looks like a lot of drama went down!"

she laughed. "I think it's toward the top of the highest level of fun, watchable entertainment."

While she loved the drama, she also loved Snooki's antics as she and JWoww drove to Florida to meet up with their pals. "Snooki and the fried pickles!" she exclaimed when asked about her favorite moments. "Snooki and that guy fist-pumping, that was hilarious. I thought he was so cute! He was trying to relate!"

It wasn't just the crew who were navigating their way to Miami, Ronnie and Sammi were trying to figure out they'd live together now that they've broken up but must still live together. "I think they really like each other," she said. "I think they're just going through all the typical relationship drama. They're their own breed so they're going in — in a very dramatic way."

Speaking of drama, Angelina came back to try and settle the score with her "Jersey Shore" pals and O'Day admitted that she wants to wait it out and see what happens with her. "I'm not quite sure what to think about Angelina yet, I don't know exactly. I think it'll be interesting to hear the bigger reasons why they don't get along," she said. "They were all screaming so loud over each other I didn't know what was happening!"

How will the gang fit in Miami? O'Day isn't sure, but she's eager to find out.

"I haven't seen a lot of reaction with them and the city of Miami yet so I don't know how that will play out," she said. "But it looks like this season there's a lot of drama within themselves."

"Jersey Shore" airs Thursdays at 10 p.m. ET/PT on MTV. Be there!