One of the rights of passage of Real Housewives is the side hustle. Over 100 women have attempted to parlay their reality TV fame into side businesses. From clothing lines to stores that seem to close up shop in the middle of the night with a U-Haul, the enterprising Housewives are always angling for new ventures.
And one of the most popular side gigs is “writing” a book. Find a good ghostwriter, and you are set! We have seen Housewife books on everything from etiquette and cooking to fluffy autobiographies. Fortunately, House Husbands who aspire to be Housewives can also cash in on the book train. The Real Housewives of New Jersey’sJoe Gorga has now cast his literary lot as an expert on business, love, fame and life!
Teresa Giudice has given Real Housewives of New Jersey fans so many iconic reunion moments. In Season 2 she infamously threw host Andy Cohen like a rag doll. In Seasons 3-5 she faced off against all of her costars completely isolated with no allies. Also, who could possibly forget her tearful Season 6 send-off moment. Teresa became emotional telling Andy and the rest of the cast that it might be her last reunion because she was “going away”.
It’s been an epic season, and the reunion is shaping up to be explosive. Jersey OG Teresa had issues with Melissa Gorga, Jackie Goldschneider, and more recently Margaret Josephs. The longer the season rages on, the more the old Teresa starts to show. Namaste Teresa may be a thing of the past come reunion time. Luckily for fans, Margaret and Andy are giving some insight on Teresa and her reunion behavior.
The Real Housewives of New Jersey has just returned for Season 9. There’s still some lingering drama between Dolores Cataniaand Danielle Staub. Dolores isn’t ready to forgive and forget after Danielle claimed that Dolores made some controversial comments about Teresa Giudice last season. Danielle stated that Dolores said that Teresa “doesn’t care about anyone or anything more than money.” Ouch!
Welcome to the ninth season of Real Housewives Of New Jersey, which opens up with Melissa Gorga talking about how rough things were with Teresa Guidice back in 2012, when the relationship was violent and scary. She said things were better at some point, but hey it’s 2018 and something tells me that things will end up back to the way they were.
Teresa is sitting in the kitchen with her father Giacinto Gorga and she’s making lunches for the girls — 17-year-old daughter Gia Giudice, 14-year-old Gabriella Giudice, 12-year-old Milania Giudice, and 8-year-oldAudriana Giudice. Milania talks to Teresa about emailing with Joe Guidice, her father, who is serving the last year of his current jail sentence. Teresa talks about the first year her dad had to live without her mom and how hard it has been on him. She also talks about how hard it’s been on her to be without Joe and taking care of the children all by herself.
I’m just gonna come right out and say it: Margaret Josephs was a great casting choice for The Real Housewives Of New Jersey this year. She’s bringing the crazy pigtails, the psychedelic purse parties, and the toe-to-toe sparring with Siggy Flickerwho has become a legend in her own mind. Margaret took her her blog last week to call Siggy and Dolores Catania out on their wacko slumber party, clear up her side of the Boca beach ceremony, and further align herself with Teresa Guidice’s team.
Margaret begins by gushing about her party. Despite her house being under construction and her ovens not working, it turned out to be a good time! She was disappointed that Siggy and Dolores decided not to attend, even though she’d extended invites to the entire group. “I couldn’t wait to invite the Boca babes! I had such a good time with them and was wanting more. That’s not me being a wannabe, that’s just me being me. (Oh, and Siggy: I don’t need to go out of my way to be nice to anyone, it comes naturally—as natural as my boobs, thank you very much! Also, my being nice to someone doesn’t detract from how I feel about anyone else. I can compartmentalize much better than most and don’t need to dull someone’s sparkle to shine.)”
Calling the trip neither fun nor drama-free, Melissa accuses Jacqueline of ruining it straight outta the gate! “I’ve said it before and it’s becoming more apparent that Jacqueline is WAAAY too invested in everyone else’s business,” she says. “She wants us all to believe her meddling ‘comes from a good place,’ but honestly, good for who?”