It’s only been about a month since Teresa “Prostitution Whore” Giudice was released from prison, but the Real Housewives of New Jersey star is already coming out with a memoir about her life in the clink. Turning the Tables: From Housewife to Inmate and Back Again recounts Giudice’s time serving 12 months in federal…
In today’s Tweet Beat, Iggy Azalea and Talib Kweli have been fighting for almost an hour, Teresa Giudice gets back to work
Did Chris Martin run over a paparazzo with his Jeep earlier this year while his family was in the car? I don’t know, Gawker doesn’t know, Shania Twain thinks no one needs to know, Fiona Apple knows but won’t tell us, and the man who was allegedly struck by Martin claims to know and is suing him because of it.
Teresa Giudice/Jew-Dee-Chay is home from her 15 months in federal prison. In addition to her husband, four daughters and private spray tan session, Teresa was welcomed home with a brand new Lexus.
Someone give me a remix of Diana Ross’s “I’m Coming Out” that’s heavy on the sleigh bells, because Teresa Giudice has strutted out of minimum security prison just in time to celebrate the holidays with her loving family. Or, at least her loving children.
In a completely predictable Christmas miracle because we already knew this would be happening, Teresa Giudice will be released from the clink on December 23rd, just in time to grab a cappuccino in one of Starbucks’ godless red cups.
Wow, okay, so I’m really trying to hold it together right now, but I just heard that no one bid on Teresa and Joe Giudice’s amazing Jersey Shore beach house at yesterday’s auction, meaning someone (me) could have literally purchased it for the starting bid of $100. DON’T TOUCH ME, I am NOT okay.
Real Housewives of New Jersey stars Joe and Teresa Giudice have had a rough time of late, mostly because they are really bad people who committed obscene amounts of fraud and were sentenced to jail time. Their Jersey Shore beach house, on which the couple owes $348,000, is being put up for auction today at 2 PM, and…
It’s not all champagne wishes and caviar dreams around the Paltrow/Martin nursery. (Though, yes, champagne and caviar are present. What do you think this is? A barn?) Moses Martin, son of Gwyneth Paltrow, is also a huge fan of Old Navy! That’s right! The Martin boy dresses like a little peasant!
In today’s Tweet Beat, Teresa Giudice sends a message from the pen, Joe Jonas hangs out with some guys and Jessica Alba is a wizard now.
Sunday, am I right? Let’s start with Kim Richards, who “doesn’t have a problem” but is checking into rehab, anyway.
For anyone with an extra $2,999,900 laying around and a desire to live in New Jersey, a 10,000 square-foot piece of the Real Housewives dynasty can be yours, since convict Teresa Giudice’s home was recently put back on the market by her husband, Joe.
Welcome to Midweek Madness, where we hold hands and jump into the pit of an active volcano, a single, unified shriek that sounds a lot like "KYLIE GOT FILLERS" filling the smoky air as our ecstatic bodies evanesce into the molten goo.
Welcome to Midweek Madness, where we hunch over a boiling cauldron, tirelessly stirring a thick, frothing stew of Kardashian sweat and Ansel Elgort's baby teeth on an endless loop until brunch, finally, is served. "I just want a bite!" we lie. This week: Kris Jenner is determined to make money off Bruce's transition;…
Teresa Giudice is about three weeks into her 15 month stint at the Federal Correctional Institution in Danbury, Connecticut, also known as the Orange Is the New Black prison.
Former Real Housewives of New Jersey star Teresa Giudice is learning that life in the big house is no joke. Also, she is learning how to use a mop and a broom.
Teresa Giudice, hater of prostitution whores, gave her final interview before heading off to prison today.
Real Housewives of New Jersey's Teresa Giudice began her 15-month sentence at Federal Correctional Institution in Danbury, Connecticut today, surrendering around 3am this morning—7 hours ahead of schedule. "She was ready," said her lawyer.
Teresa Giudice will begin serving her 15 months in prison soon, on January 5th, but you wouldn't guess it by her downright cheery disposition and upbeat plans for 2015. Via Us Weekly, we get this video, in which she spends three minutes talking about a bunch of shit she's definitely not going to be able to do.
The final part of Andy Cohen's interview with Teresa and Joe Giudice aired on Watch What Happens Live Thursday. The couple put on a united front, though whether the reality of their situation has yet to set in remains to be seen.