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?
As the resident ‘Southern belle” of theReal Housewives of Atlanta series, you will never catch Phaedra Parks looking “tore up, from the floor up!” Phaedra is never sans war paint and is always beat from head-to-toe whenever she steps foot out of her door, so why would ANYONE think this diva would attend a luncheon without a stitch of makeup?
Well even though series newbie, Kim Fields, meant well when she wanted her castmates to partake of her hospitality au natural, not everyone was game. Since Phaedra understands her Atlanta gal pals, she says that a few of her series co-stars tend to be ‘hypersensitive’ and might have taken Kim’s well intentions the wrong way.
RHOA viewers have been entertained by a more ‘turnt up,’ devil-may-care Porsha over the last couple of years. She dresses to tease and has an attitude to match, coquettish to a fault, flaunting her curves in boob-baring or booty-enhancing numbers. Porsha’s narcissism about herself has certainly been played up on the show, so admitting to Bravo ‘nude photos are just not her thing‘ is a shockingly unexpected response.
When all-around Real Housewives of Atlanta’s peacekeeper Kim Fields threw her well-intentioned ‘beatless brunch,’ she certainly never would have guessed that her reality show castmates would make such a stink about the gathering. Well leave it to her beat-faced crew of hoity-toity divas to pretty much make a mockery of the newbie’s attempts at an au natural affair.
Bravo is venturing out, taking viewers to places that bucket list dreams are made of with their upcoming docu-series, “Tour Group.” Eleven strangers from all walks of life will be guided by three expert travel guides as they explore places like the Maldives, a lush nation in the Indian Ocean known for beaches, blue lagoons and coral reefs. Viewers can also experience the awe-inspiring adventures of the travelers attempting to ride elephants in Thailand, or watch them take part in nail-biting mountain gorilla expeditions in the “land of a thousand hills,” the East African country of Rwanda.
The three expert travel adventurers leading the group are Brandon Presser (pictured right), an avid globetrotter, who has penned over 50 travel books, as the result of his visiting over 100 countries. Rachel Grant (pictured center), who has worked as a correspondent will also lead the pack and brings to the table a background in photography, travel blogging and a ravenous appetite for travel that has led to global thrill-seeking adventures extraordinaire. The final member of the group’s leaders, Sandhurst Miggins (pictured left), who has been deemed a “daycation specialist,” earned the title after having catered to a wealthy, fastidious, clientele seeking worldly travel-related fantasies in his line of business, the luxury travel industry.
In her first blog as a Bravo housewife, the stunning and snarky Gizelle Bryant breaks down the premiere of the Real Housewives of Potomac. A recap in case you missed it: etiquette, Potomac, etiquette, Potomac, etiquette, Potomac.
While the “Rules of Etiquette in Potomac” was a running theme of the premiere, Gizelle made it be known that she 1) lives by her own set of rules and 2) is not about to be schooled by Karen Huger, the self appointed HBIC of Potomac.
“I am very well-versed and clear about etiquette,” says Gizelle. “Everyone can see that I was not raised under a rock or a bridge. I’ve read a couple of posts from Mrs. Emily Post and my mother has raised a lady. HOWEVER, Karen’s and Potomac’s rules of etiquette change with the wind and the champagne. If the breeze is blowing and the bubbly is flowing God only knows the rules of Karen.”