Belfast Telegraph

Thursday 17 April 2014

Snooki’s breasts ‘flop everywhere’

Nicole "Snooki" Polizzi

Jersey Shore star Nicole “Snooki” Polizzi claims she is currently unhappy with her breasts because they “flop everywhere” and that she is not at all interested in partying anymore now she’s a mum.

The Jersey Shore star is engaged to Jionni LaValle and together they share seven-month-old son Lorenzo.

Snooki lost a whopping 42lbs. following the birth of her baby and is elated with the results.

She still feels like she needs to work on certain aspects of her frame a bit more and is willing to undergo plastic surgery.

“Then I had to work out. I went straight to the gym. I worked out with a trainer. I think I'm very healthy. I work out,” Snooki revealed on American TV talk programme the Today Show.

“Eventually I do want my boobs back. When you have babies, they flop everywhere. I need to fix those.”

Snooki’s partying has been immortalised in her reality TV shows.

Now that she is a mother, that lifestyle no longer has the same appeal.

“As far as drinking goes, I have to take care of someone else, so the partying is done basically. It's more about getting in shape. I've been partying since college. I'm so over that. I get drunk off three sips, so it’s good,” Snooki explained.

“I feel great. I feel a little bit tired, but overall...”

Lorenzo is apparently following in his mother’s exuberant footsteps.

Snooki can’t get enough of her tyke’s cheeriness.

“He's a personality now, he's funny,” she gushed.

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