The upcoming season of "The Real Housewives of New Jersey" promises a lot of patching things up as Bravo TV recently confirmed that Teresa Giudice and Jacqueline Laurita will be back for season 7.
Following her prison release during the holidays, it is expected that Teresa will do a lot of making up with her husband and children, especially since Joe will soon be leaving to accomplish his 41-month sentence.
Fans speculate that her jail time will be featured in season 7, as well as her first few months back home. She has also recently released her prison memoir, which could possibly resonate much with whatever Bravo decides to feature about her life in prison. more >>
There is a lot of positivity inside the home of Teresa and Joe Giudice as the family's matriarch has not only been confirmed to join the cast of "The Real Housewives of New Jersey" season 7, but she has also officially released her prison memoir.
Although some details about the book were revealed earlier, fans can finally dig deeper into the experiences that Teresa went through while completing her 11-month sentence. According to People, one of the most spectacular revelations that "Turning the Tables: From Housewife to Inmate and Back Again" detailed was that of her prison room being called the "Boom Boom Room."
The reality star expected that there would be a lot of new things to see and experience behind bars but she was shocked to witness nightly intimate moments between her roommates. more >>
Now out of prison and enjoying time with her family, Teresa Giudice has written a tell-all memoir that will give her fans a closer look at her life behind bars — unfortunately, being tagged as "Hollywood" didn't keep her from the nasty things going on inside.
In excerpts obtained by the New York Daily News, Teresa tells of the shocking experiences she encountered behind bars. It turns out that not even a "Real Housewives of New Jersey" star can escape the reality of prison. She had to undergo a strip search and with all the nakedness, she had to squat, stick out her tongue, and cough.
On the second day, not much changed. Instead, she was shocked to discover that her cell, which she shared with five other inmates, was a nest for lesbian lovers. "I could see two women...writhing around...I cannot believe this is happening!" she writes. more >>
Following the events that led to the writing of "The Naked Truth," Danielle Staub is at it again as she declared that she will be writing a second book, but this time, it will focus a lot on the "truth" behind her involvement in "The Real Housewives of New Jersey."
According to Entertainment Tonight, the former "RHONJ" star made the announcement on Thursday to let the world know of her plans. "I'm breaking my silence And writing my tell all including the 'Reality of #RHONJ' the impact on mine and my family's life's," she said on Twitter.
Aside from Twitter, Staub also took to Instagram and explained what inspired her to come out and speak up about the truths of the reality show that she walked out of in 2010. She said this is the perfect time to reveal everything she knows about the show, ranting about how her character and opinions have been largely edited. more >>
Is it OK for pastors and Christian leaders to drink alcohol? For Jamie Morgan, lead pastor of New Jersey-based Life Church, the answer to that question is a resounding "no."
In a blog she penned for her church's website that was shared by Christian Today this month, Morgan's position against the consumption of alcohol by clergy, and other Christians, is cut and dried, and is delivered with a side of humor. But the pastor knows from personal experience that the pitfalls that can accompany alcohol consumption are no laughing matter.
"I know first-hand the destruction that alcohol brings into someone's life," Morgan told The Christian Post earlier this week. The pastor is a former alcoholic and has abstained from drinking after she accepted Jesus into her life 26 years ago, in order to safeguard her walk with Christ. more >>
As far as the world of justice is concerned, Joe and Teresa Giudice will once again be losing another property, adding up to the other properties on their list that have gone back to where they belong.
According to NJ Advance Media, the Giudices' Lincoln Park rental house will be up for a sheriff auction set for March 31. The news comes about three months after the family had to leave their Montville Township mansion after it was foreclosed in October.
Family lawyer James Leonard told the outlet that "They [Giudices] are eliminating excess and focusing on doing more with less." This could be true since Teresa has recently been released from prison and is looking toward a good and contented life. more >>