RHONJ’s Teresa Giudice “Humiliated” By Joe, Lands Another In Touch Cover

Cha-ching!  Hear that?  It’s the sound of Teresa Giudice cashing in on her humiliation with another magazine cover!  She’s embarrassed, y’all!  If you recall, her husband Juicy Joe calls her a not so nice word on the upcoming episode of Real Housewives of New Jersey.  He’s such a sweet talker.

As we all know, when Teresa has something to say–anything to say–she heads over to chat with her pals at In Touch Weekly…provided there is a cover up for grabs.  And what cover would sell more magazines than one of a distraught and humiliated Teresa talking about her marriage to Juicy?  It’s sheer marketing genius.


In the print only article, it seems Teresa is finally, kind of, a tiny little bit, admitting that Joe is a giant oily d-bag for disrespecting his wife like that, and that she’s embarrassed by his actions.  The reality television star tells In Touch, “I felt like I’d been kicked in the stomach. I was humiliated. I can’t defend him on this. I’m hurt by him and disappointed by him.”

While those are some pretty strong words, she still isn’t ready to admit that Joe may be cheating.  Teresa still believes Joe’s story that he was on the phone with an employee.  Give me a break!  However, Teresa says, “I am not stupid,” and she maintains that if he continues to be so disrespectful, “I will not be with him. I will totally leave him.”

Teresa admits, “I can’t defend him on this.  I’m hurt and disappointed by him.”

Of course, defend him she does.  She reveals that Joe was very sorry for his actions, stating, “You never speak to me like that at home, why would you say those things on national TV? He was so ashamed and embarrassed. He was like, ‘I can’t believe I ever said that.'”  Teresa adds that she would never allow anyone to speak to her daughters that way.  I guess it’s another “do as I say, not as I do” situation.

Regardless, Teresa isn’t willing to give up on this relationship, telling the magazine, “We’ll get past this.  We’ll have to.”  I almost (but not quite) feel sorry for Teresa.  Of course, if she didn’t have drama, she wouldn’t sell magazines, and that is apparently the Giudices’ bread and butter.