Snooki doesn't regard herself as ''famous'' and thinks people relate to her as a ''regular girl''.
Snooki doesn't regard herself as ''famous''.
The 'Jersey Shore' star - who welcomed her first child, son Lorenzo, into the world last August - believes she is just a ''normal girl'' whose post-pregnancy weight loss can inspire other mothers.
Speaking in a forthcoming episode of 'The Dr. Oz Show', she said: ''I don't consider myself to be, like, a 'celebrity mom'.
''I don't even consider myself famous. I just think I'm well known. And I'm very relatable, I feel. And I'm just a normal girl doing normal things.
''If I can lose 42 lbs. after giving birth six months [ago], I mean, anybody could do it. You just need the dedication, and you need to want to have your body back.''
The 25-year-old reality TV star - who has admitted she put pressure on herself to lose the 42 pounds she gained during her pregnancy because she feared fiance Jionni LaVelle would leave her - is still following her strict diet and fitness plan despite being back to 102 pounds.
She recently said: ''I go to the gym seven days a week, I'm on a meal plan.
''The only thing I eat that I love is ice cream.''