When you think of people in a position to dole out advice, Snooki isn't the first candidate that springs to mind!
However, the mother-of-one is weighing in on the subject that appears to be on everyone's mind right now, Amanda Bynes' wellbeing—and OKMagazine.com has the low down on the Jersey Shore star's words of wisdom.
Snooki is weighing in on Hollywood's hot topic—Amanda Bynes' wellbeing and state of mind
The pint-size reality diva says she's entertained by Bynes, and suggested a career change for the actress in light of her recent drama.
"I just think she's entertaining," Snooki told E! Online.
Snooki, who shot to fame on the Jersey Shore, thinks Amanda should star in her own reality show!
"And I think she needs a reality show because I would watch it all the time. If she needed help, I would wish that she would get it, obviously, but she's entertaining. She's my guilty pleasure on Twitter."
Elaborating further on Amanda's woes, Snooks was quick to point out that she's hardly in a position to judge anyone given her own drama packed past.
"She's just going wild, doing her thing, I guess," Snooki told Your Tango. "Everyone writes crazy things on their Twitter about her.
Snooki says she finds Amanda 'entertaining' and that she's her 'guilty pleasure' on Twitter
"She's definitely interesting to follow, and I do follow her, of course. If she is in trouble and needs help, I hope she gets it, but if she's not, then who am I to criticize her?"
As OKMagazine.com previously reported, Bynes has been besieged by negative press recently, with every tweet she writes analyzed and her every move documented by eager paparazzi.
Snooki, who has turned her own drama-packed life around, says she hopes Amanda gets help if she is in trouble
The 27-year-old has found herself a tabloid fixture lately with speculation over her state of mind and mental competency—but Amanda is quick to shoot down all the reports and insists she is absolutely fine.
"I'm not crazy!" Amanda Tweeted last week.
A sentiment echoed by her attorney.
"I think [reports] are way exaggerated," Richard Hutton told People. "I think Amanda's fine. I have no problems with her whatsoever. She's a fine client… Every time I've talked to her, I've had nice, attorney-client normal relations with he."
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