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Snooki Admits She's Thinking Of Getting a 'Boob Job'
PHOTO: Nicole Snooki Polizzi attends the 2013 MTV Video Music Awards at the Barclays Center, Aug. 25, 2013 in the Brooklyn, N.Y.

Snooki wants breast implants ... maybe.

The former "Jersey Shore" star, 25, is going to be featured on Bettheny Frankel's talk show tomorrow and told the host she thinks her "boobs are disgusting" after giving birth to her 1-year-old son Lorenzo, People magazine reports.

"My boobs are hanging, my boobs got so big," she said on "Bettheny." "You can't see now because I have a bra – I have a Victoria's Secret Wonder Bra on – but when I don't, they just sag and it's like skin, so I am thinking of getting a boob job maybe."

Snooki, born Nicole Polizzi, said she wants to feel confident about her chest and she doesn't. Frankel told the reality star and current contestant on "Dancing With the Stars" that she should get a breast lift.

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Polizzi, who has lost more than 45 pounds by hitting the gym hard since her son's birth, might want to wait for any future surgeries, as she also revealed she wants more children with fiance Jionni LaValle.

"We are probably getting married next year, so right after that we are going to have a baby," she added. "I want four babies."

Reality shows and dance competitions aside, Polizzi is aiming someday to be that wacky mom, whose life revolves around her children.

"I want to be the mom in the grocery store, like, 'Shut up, get over here.' I like being crazy. I want to be embarrassed by my kids in public, so it's not me anymore, it's my kids," she said.

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This isn't the first time Polizzi has admitted she wants to change her post-baby bod. Two weeks ago she told ABC News that she'd also like to tone her butt while on "DWTS."

"I really want a butt. I don't have a butt," she said. "I have like a pancake butt, so I'd like a little bump."

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