"I didn't know what I was getting myself into," Teresa says of deciding to put her family on television for Real Housewives of New Jersey. "There's good and bad that comes with it." Teresa says her cookbook (and her new food line) are definitely the good.
The bad? Exposing all her personal issues to the world; including her financial messes, her marital troubles and her family dysfunction!
However, Teresa is adamant everything is "good" with Joe Giudice, as he prepares for his trial and that the girls are all doing well. "We've been married 13-years and still going strong," she maintains.
With the launch of her new cookbook, Fabulicious!: On the Grill: Teresa's Smoking Hot Backyard Recipes, Teresa Giudice is hard at work promoting it (and her new olive oil)! Here's the Real Housewives of New Jersey star attending a book signing at Mendham Books in New Jersey yesterday, the official release day. Today she'll be making an appearance on Wendy Williams and on The Couch show.
Mrs. Juicy's book is whipping some book-selling butt on Amazon.
Through the bulk of the filming the status quo fights of the last two seasons continued, but somewhere in the middle of things the show took an abrupt left turn and the ladies started to work hard to patch things up.
I'm not complaining – even if it is totally fake! Our source shares that although the Gorgdice family has suffered some serious damage, the desire to make amends is very real. Teresa Giudice and her parents are making an ardent effort to at least get along with Melissa Gorga because they care about Poison and want to be a part of his life. Well, that's how family works y'all! Or at least should…
Dang, infidelity must be in the water in New Jersey! Or perhaps it's the rotten egg smelling wine and BLK they drink on Real Housewives of New Jersey, because Jr. Mafia Joe Giudice, the man with the longest rap sheet in reality TV, has been accused of cheating on his wife – again!
Of course Teresa Giudice and Melissa Gorga have been perfecting their soap opera skills in the off-season and with performances this rich they really oughta be bumping Susan Lucci out of the Emmy Awards category for most dramatic performance by a female lead. You can check it out below!