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Guess the Celebrity: The Shoe Edition

Oh my goodness, you guys, these shoes! Look at all of them. Take a moment to really observe them. Is there a single pair that you would actually wear?

I don’t consider myself to be fashion forward, but I do love dressing up, and I’m a big fan of having fun with what you wear. For example, I found a pair of Dorothy’s ruby red slippers from Wizard of Oz a couple of weeks ago at a thrift store, and I was thrilled. But this closet … is there really not a single pair of flats? Are all these shoes ridiculously high heels and platforms?

Now that you’ve had a chance to study the picture, let’s get down to business, all right? As always, I’ll give you a couple of hints. First, look at the size of the shoes. Don’t they all seem to be a little small? And make sure to take note of just how many leopard prints are in there, because there are a lot.

Any guesses?

A photo of Nicole "Snooki" Polizzi

Of course it’s Snooki. Who else could it have been?

Just so you’re aware, Snooki posted this on her Twitter, along with the caption of “just one side of some of my shoes! I LOVE ME SOME SHOES !!!!” So we can assume that she has several more shelves like this with leopard print sneakers and leopard print flats and leopard print slippers. Thank goodness, right? I was worried about Snooki’s poor feet.

And just because I feel bad with leaving you with just one story involving Snooki and her love of shoes, here’s a bonus one: she’s designing shoes for babies!

As the Jersey Shore star prepares for motherhood, Footwear News announced that the reality star is also going to put her fashion expertise (lots of animal print) into a new children’s slipper line!

This Spring, Snooks will debut a companion collection of infant and children’s slippers produced by footwear licensing partner Happy Feet. These sure-to-be trendy slippers will retail for $15 from

“We’re trying to expand our overall retail footing,” Happy Feet owner Pat Yates told the website, “but her name hasn’t [gained] retail traction yet. [Stores] don’t believe it can appeal to the masses.”

“She’s extremely involved in the development,” said Yates. “She’s extremely particular. She didn’t just sign and walk away. She’s involved in every facet, from the website design to the slippers.”

There you have it, friends. There’s absolutely no dream that you can’t achieve when you have those mythical preggers powers!

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