I don't know about y'all, but I am super excited about the third season of Mob Wives. Honestly, I started watching it because I had to recap it, but now I am addicted. Adding Big Ang as comic relief totally won me over, and the women's crazy drama never fails to entertain.
All of the original ladies are returning, and Karen Gravano's friend Love Majewski will be joining the cast. Admittedly, I'm a tad frightened by her, and I've only see the trailer! Carla Facciolo seems to find her voice this season, following the golden rule of VH1 reality shows–"She who yells the loudest remains the most relevant." Renee Grazziano maintains her role as resident drama queen, while Drita D'Avanzo is trying to distance herself from her formerly violent ways. Ramona Rizzo isn't willing to follow in Drita's footsteps as far as that is concerned! It's going to be a crazy season, that's for sure!
The third season of Mob Wives premieres in January and Vh1 has already released one of the rumored two new characters. Love Majewski who has quite the tale of mafia lineage behind her will be joining the cast.
In preparation for the new season the new teaser has been released and it gives us a small glimpse of what's up with Renee Graziano, Drita D'avanzo, and the rest of the girls!
Mob Wives returns this January and with it will come two new ladies of the underworld. The first name to be released is Love Majewski.
Love is a reality TV veteran and appeared in the I.D. channel's “I Married a Mobster’. According to an interview with the Daily Mail from a few years ago, Love has quite the mafia history. She married Chris Paciello a member of the Bonanno/Cosa Nostra crime family. Her relationship to Chris and his involvement in The Untouchables car-theft operation served as the inspiration and plot of the movie Gone In 60 Seconds.
Mob Wives star Drita D'Avanzo is keeping herself busy with Hurricane Sandy fundraisers and personal appearances. Here we have some shots of Drita at the GNC store at Garden State Plaza in Paramus, NJ this weekend. Drita was there to promote MHP 8-Hour Alert and Fit & Lean Power Pak Pudding.
"MHP support's Drita’s charity organization Single But Not Alone, which helps provide funding for single-parent households. MHP will donate a portion of their 8-Hour Alert sales to the Single But Not Alone Foundation"
Just a few more weeks until the Mob Wives return! Are you excited for the new season?
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"It definitely affected the show, but what’s funny is it affected it in a good way," Drita D’Avanzosaid. "Whatever beef or nonsense was going on, it just disappeared. Everybody was like, texting each other, seeing if we were all okay, we were all helping and donating and cleaning and doing everything, it was nice to see that. Everybody put all their problems aside."
Obviously, production of the show had to be shut down for a while. But, the cameras are rolling again, and the next season of Mob Wives will show how the women cope in the wake of Hurricane Sandy. One way that Drita copes is by giving back to her community. Drita shares, "These people are just shocked, a lot of them are really stunned, a lot of them don’t know what they’re looking for, they’re just too shocked that they lost everything. My daughter knows a girl whose best friend died, this little girl. How do you deal with that?"
Even though a camera crew accompanied Renee in rehab to get footage for the upcoming season of the show, she felt inclined to do one thing the day she got out. Take a peek after the jump to see what Renee did!
Those crazy ladies who spend their days threatening to cut one another, visiting their husbands and boyfriends in jail, and ruling the streets of Staten Island have started filming a new season of the original Mob Wives. However, like many on the east coast, Drita D'Avanzo, Big Ang, Carla Facciolo, Karen Gravano, Renee Graziano, and Ramona Rizzo were affected by Hurricane Sandy, and production of the show was recently shut down due to the super storm.
In the aftermath of the storm that killed twenty-two people on Staten Island, the show's producer Jennifer Graziano wants to show how the ladies are coping and volunteering in their home town. After a week out of commission, cameras started following Big Ang, Drita, and Ramona as they headed out after Sandy.