Once Dina quit reality TV, her relationship with Caroline and sister-in-law Jacqueline Laurita fell apart. Caroline has blamed Teresa for the falling out and Dina has vehemently denied this. On a recent appearance on Watch What Happens Live, Dina discussed her current relationship with Caroline and why things went awry.
Well, that didn’t take long, did it? Yesterday we reported that Real Housewives of New Jersey’sJoe Giudice calls his wife a less than flattering name on the upcoming episode…while he’s on the phone with a woman he refers to as “baby” no less! While most women would be humiliated to have their husband say such a nasty thing to them–in private OR on national television, Teresa Giudice is doing what she does best. Denial, baby!
Not that any of us should be at all shocked, right? Appearing on The Couch talk show, Teresa addresses the public’s perceived issues of her relationship with Juicy Joe. She explains, “There’s no trouble in our marriage, Joe and I are happily married. You can’t listen to everything that’s out there.” Even if it comes from your own husband’s mouth and it’s caught on film? You don’t even listen then?
I don’t know about you, but I don’t really think it’s really respectful to call your wife a C U next Tuesday, especially when you’re wearing a mic and being followed by Bravo cameras. Of course, that is exactly what Juicy Joe did, and it will apparently air on this coming episode of RHONJ.
Kim’s book will detail her experiences on RHONJ of course, the implosion of her marriage, why she was so crazy, and her new life as an ex-wife starting over. I don’t think all the words in the world could explain why Kim is so nuts, but ok.
Kim says she was forced to start over once her husband left her and the show ruined her reputation, but it was all a blessing in disguise. “Everybody had the wrong idea about me because of what they saw on ‘reality’ TV,” Kim asserts. Afterwards, “I became very isolated.”
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It’s not shocking to learn that Real Housewives of New Jersey’sJacqueline Laurita and the housewife everyone loves to hate Teresa Giudice are still not on speaking terms after a rocky season. It’s also not shocking to learn that “reality” hangers on are lining up to give their two cents about the former two besties’ current relationship.
To whom am I referring? Kim Granatell…or Kim G. for serious fans. She’s been missing from the season for the most part, so of course she’s going to resurface in tabloid land. Don’t tell me you’re surprised!
Teresa Giudice‘s precocious six-year-old daughter Milania has been the victim of some pretty appalling bullying! Fans of Real Housewives of New Jersey obviously feel very connected to the women on the show and RHONJ makes fans highly divisive.
Well sometimes fandom can go too far. Case in point: Several adults harassing a child on the RHONJ Facebook Page. Now we all know Teresa‘s parenting has been the subject of much discussion – particularly when Caroline Manzo started commenting on it. Most specifically causing response is Milania, the outrageous, snarky, and frankly hilarious third Giudice daughter. One could even call Milania the break-out star Caroline hoped her kids would be; she’s even spawned a FauxMilaniaG Twitter.
Love Milania (or Teresa for that matter) or hate her, it’s pretty clear she got the Gorga sass and the Giudice mouth. Unfortunately some fans are taking their criticism of Teresa‘s parenting and Milania’s behavior too far.
Well, well… what have we here. Caroline Manzo may be the next Housewife to score a talk show deal according to a new report.
Based on a recent appearance on New York Live, the buzz is that the Real Housewives of New Jersey star is a natural – and the perfect choice to helm a daytime talk show. “Caroline is appealing for daytime talk because she has the ‘it’ factor,” Amy Rosenblum, executive producer of New York Live tells the Huffington Post.
And Amy cannot stop singing Caroline‘s praises. “Caroline is perfect for women at home,” Amy adds. “She is smart, relatable and feels comfortable in her own skin.”