Snooki Weight Loss

Published: January 5, 2012

Snooki Weight Loss, “Jersey Shore” star Snooki has been spotted sporting a sexy, slender new figure that is reportedly now between 98 and 102 pounds following a dramatic weight loss last year. Now the pint-size guidette is going for something more: She wants a b**b job and marriage and has looked at a $500,000 ring.

Snooki, whose real name is Nicole Polizzi, made it clear some 10 days before Christmas that she wanted to have b**bs like her best friend JWoww.

“All I want for Christmas is big knockers like @JENNIWOWW. Thanks Santa,” Snooki tweeted.

And Snooki, who plans to have only 98 pounds on her 4 feet 9 inches frame, plans to enhance her chest really soon.

“Very soon. Very soon,” Snooki told E! Online on Jan. 3 when she stopped by E! with JWoww to promote the fifth-season premiere of MTV’s “Jersey Shore” on Thursday. “I hope in the next couple of months.”

The 24-year-old reality TV star has been hitting the gym for months in order to stay fit and toned. The Poughkeepsie princess has also credited her weight loss to lots of cardio, calorie cutting and a diet pill known as Zantrex-3.

The star also told People that she is working with a trainer and has tried dance classes such as Zumba. In addition to cutting calories and keeping on the move, Snooki also said she keeps a healthy diet that consists of eating “egg whites in the morning and chicken and salads.”

The star who has also cut down on her drinking has said that “if you do drink, it’s gotta be clear liquors.”

Snooki has been making headlines for the past couple of weeks because of her weight loss success. She once told the Daily Mail that she was tired of celebrity blogs talking about the size of her body. However, Snooki said she didn’t lose weight for them, “I did it for me.”

And fans have taken so much notice Yahoo TV reported that searches in December for “snooki weight loss” increased 970 percent. It was the same for “snooki skinny” and “snooki 98 pounds,” which Yahoo TV said tipped the scales with 200,000 percent increase in lookups.


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