Ahead of the release, the New York Daily News is sharing a few excerpts from the Real Housewives of New Jersey star’s tell-all, which includes her sexual fantasies (eww), the pros and cons of her celebrity status (there are more pros than cons), and her vision for the future (she is soooo out of touch with reality).
Since her December 23 prison release after serving 11 months on fraud counts, Real Housewives of New Jersey’sTeresa Giudice has certainly been busy trying to get her life back in order. The reality series star and best-selling author, who has probably been hounded by hordes of media vying to get the first post-prison interview with her has agreed to a sit-down with ABC-TV’s “Good Morning America.”
Teresa and husband Joe Giudice have in the past, given exclusives to their boss, Andy Cohenwho is an executive producer on RHONJ, a former Bravohead honcho and the host of “Watch What Happens Live” on the same network. Now Teresa will chat with Amy Roach (pictured right), GMA’s news anchor. Page Six states that took place at Teresa’s Montville, N.J. Township mansion and will air on February 9 which is coincidentally, the very same day her memoir, ‘Turning the Tables: From Housewife to Inmate and Back Again’ is set to be released. Perfect timing or perfect orchestration?
Caroline recently posted a photo of herself with her latest haircut: a short, dark pixie cut. The photograph depicts her in a church wearing a black sweater, next-to-nothing makeup and black framed specs. The selfie has been fodder for throngs of wannabe style critics far and wide.
Jacqueline co-wrote Get It! with beauty and style expert Jené Luciani.
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According to TMZ, Teresa, who has to adhere to a 10:00 pm curfew as part of her probation, nearly missed her check-in time had it not been for an Uber driver, who was willing to break speed limits to get her home and the merciful cop, who stopped but didn’t ticket them.