Christina Aguilera covers Billboard Magazine this month to promote her newest album, Lotus, featuring the single "Your Body." In the interview, she recalls the pressure that music studios put on her image in the early-aughts, something she's not standing for in these P.B. (Post-Burlesque) days:
For the past few seasons, the foibles of Jacqueline's troubled daughter Ashley have vacillated between hilarious and infuriating. The 20-year-old is bristling with entitlement and seems completely confused about the way the real world works, and all of this has provided for some laughable quotes:
After two seasons filled with table-flipping, hair-pulling, and armed guards, the ladies of New Jersey spent part two of the reunion bickering, playing with a disembodied head, and ultimately—to the surprise of everyone—kissing and making up.
Season three of RHONJ reportedly begins filming tomorrow. This morning on Today, the ladies—sans Danielle—discussed who's returning, and who might be added to the cast. Plus, we've got juicy preview clips from part two of the reunion.
Within the first 10 minutes of last night's reunion, Teresa flew off the couch in a rage, screaming in Danielle's face over the mysterious mention of a "nephew." Was Danielle implying that Juicy Joe has a love child?
The Real Housewives of New Jersey reunion doesn't air for a week, but—judging by this preview clip—it'll be a doozy. Inside, video of all the screaming, threats of violence, actual violence, and storming out you could possibly handle.
On last night's episode, Danielle continued to have difficulty with the word "women," even as she went to court to presses charges against a group of them. Meanwhile, Kim G. is totally the Carrie Bradshaw of the group.
Last night, we finally got to see Danielle in the same room as the other Housewives—for the first time since last season's reunion episode—when the ladies attended Kim D.'s fashion show. Unsurprisingly, it ended in an arrest.
The Real Housewives franchise purports to feature well-off women. But according to our research, their appearances of wealth can be quite deceiving. And their money problems extend even further than you might think.