Adding to her empire of guidette necessities, Snooki is writing a book all about being knocked up, y'all!
"I am so excited to announce my new book that I’m writing right now on how I viewed my pregnancy and my stories!!! My book was recently signed by Running Press and will be released sometime at the beginning of next year!" the former Jersey Shore star exclaimed on her Celebuzz blog.
Snooki gained almost 50 lbs when she was pregnant with son Lorenzo, now 6 months old – and the reality star has lost almost all of it!
The Jersey Shore star reveals that she's shed a whopping 42-lbs and is almost down to her pre-baby weight of 98 lbs. "When you have a baby, everything changes," Snookitells Us Weekly.
Now weighting in at 102 lbs, the 4-foot-nine-inch Snooki says she's ready for bikinis and hoochie attire again.
"I lost it for me," Snooki reveals, "but I also wanted Jionni to know that I can be hot as a mom." Snooki says diet and exercise helped her shed the weight, but also diet pills! Snooki endorses Zantrex-3.
"Hard work pays off Big thanks to my trainer @anthonycpt27, Express Meals & Florham Park Fitness!!" she tweeted.
More photos of Snooki's post-baby weight loss body below!
Want to ride in style like only orange guidettes can do? Well, now you can! Dust off those leopard print seat covers and the neon rearview mirror furry handcuffs, and get ready to bid on the Jersey Shore'sNicole "Snooki" Polizzi's Cadillac Escalade. Since she no longer needs it to get to and from the Shore, it can be yours if you play your cards right!
The tiny new mom is getting rid of the two year old luxury SUV, but you've only got roughly fifty hours left to take advantage of the sale. All you need is $1000 once you've been deemed the highest bidder, and you've got seven whole days to come up with the remainder of the sales price once the auction is closed. I mean, how cool would it be to get to say you're driving Snooki's former car? Who wouldn't want to drive around in a vehicle with hot pink accents and tire rims? Dare to dream, my friends, dare to dream.
I remember a much simpler time when TLC was all about stories. There was A Makeover Story (fun fact: The Office's Angela Kinsey and her friend from an improv group were once on it before she became famous), A Dating Story, A Wedding Story, and (the only one still left) A Baby Story. Sure, it was a really long time ago, but The Learning Channel didn't used to be all about scary pageant moms, wedding dress salons, and Gypsy Sisters getting kicked out of hot pink stretch limos and tanning with motor oil. The only thing I learn from the network these days is how to make Here Comes Honey Boo Boo's sketti. I must add that my boyfriend Clinton Kelly calls TLC home, so he's bringing the class.
Now TLC is just ninety minutes up the coast from where I reside, in what may be South Carolina's version of the Jersey Shore. That's right! The Learning Channel has landed in Myrtle Beach, or "The Dirtle" as many call it. Don't get me wrong, Myrtle Beach is all kinds of fun and has a little of everything. It's like a tiny Vegas with a Planet Hollywood, a Hard Rock Cafe, and a giant shopping/restaurant/bar/music venue that spans city blocks and includes everything from Medieval Times to a mini Grand Ol' Opry that features singers who look just like actual country stars. Add in the helicopter tours and a shop on every corner that sells over priced beach towels, shark tooth necklaces, and hermit crabs, and you've got a little slice of heaven in the Palmetto State. Don't take my word for it–you can now see for yourself on TLC's new series Welcome to Myrtle Manor. Joking aside, I have friends from Myrtle Beach who are none too thrilled at the idea that this show is potentially mocking their hometown.