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.
Our favorite reality stars can’t get enough of the limelight during their regularly scheduled time slots, so they take to Twitter to share even more details with us. And we love them for it! Here’s a roundup of some of our favorite photos from the Twitterverse this week! Enjoy!
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.
Reality Television has made us laugh, made us cringe, and most of all, made us realize that some people are just crazy. Proving that when you get a whole bunch of famewhores in a room to rehash a season’s worth of petty slights, silly disagreements, and passive-aggressive warfare; things can get really scary. A reunion is one place I’d never go without a bodyguard.
Below we count down our TOP 7 Reality TV Reunion Meltdowns. Oh, pseudo-celebs, you don’t ever disappoint!
Joe Giudice's day in court has finally come – again. In the latest development in his fraudulent license case, the Real Housewives of New Jersey star has elected to REJECT the district attorney's offer for a plea bargain; opting instead to go to trial!
Tom Murro of Fox News gave Reality Tea an EXCLUSIVE behind-the-scenes report on what happened during Joe's court hearing.
"Joe showed up sans Teresa [Giudice] at the Passaic County Courthouse, and late for court today for the charge of obtaining a drivers license in his brothers name," Tom reveals. Late as only a Giudice could be!
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Last night’s episode of Real Housewives of New Jersey was a pleasant reminder of what this show used to be. You know, when people got along, had fun, and didn’t take every side-eye so seriously they were declaring it a nuclear state of emergency. I mean there was a time when the ladies of RHONJ didn’t spend countless episodes dissecting and cataloging every tabloid edition published in the last year to decipher just how much one said RHONJ hates another said RHONJ.
Oh, yes… that show once existed and I think last night proved it could exist again. Here is my two step plan to eradicating the petty, hateful, and mundane drama on this show: 1) take everyone out of Jersey and give them more to worry about than spray tanning and meatballs 2) Pay them only $1 per season until they agree to get along, act civilized, and go hang out at Chateau kvetching about Danielle Staub. See – not so hard, right?
So the whole gang embarked on a cross-country trek to Napa where the Blk.-meisters were to meet with Vivendi winery for a distribution deal. As Hurricane Irene is raging on the horizon, the packing commences. Everyone feigns concern about leaving their small children at home while they cavort around in the great wild west. Except for Caroline Manzo – she’s bringing her small children with her.