Teresa Giudice, the 41-year-old "Real Housewives Of New Jersey" star, has a message for her fans after it was announced that she and her husband Joe Giudice, 43, pleaded guilty to two new counts of fraud.
The Giudices pleaded not guilty to two new counts of fraud after being indicted on 39 counts of conspiracy to defraud lenders that were brought against them last summer. The new charges brought against the Giudices stem from a mortgage loan where Teresa allegedly falsified her job information, listing herself as a realtor who brought in $15,000 each month, according to NJ.com.
Teresa took to Twitter after her not guilty plea to let people know that she appreciated their support. more >>
Cynthia Bailey has recently revealed her prayer for fellow "The Real Housewives of Atlanta" cast member Porsha Stewart who is undergoing a very public divorce.
Stewart learned on Twitter that her estranged former NFL playing husband Kordell Stewart was divorcing her last March. Months after the news first broke, the 32-year-old reality television star now has a new outlook on love.
Bailey, the model turned modeling agency owner, took to her blog to reveal her thoughts about Porsha rising above the negativity of her divorce. more >>
Erica Campbell, one half of the Grammy Award-winning gospel music duo Mary Mary, recently revealed why shows like hers may show viewers high intensity drama.
In the preview of the upcoming third season of her show, "Mary Mary" Erica and her sister seem to promise more drama than the previous seasons. Fans will witness marital woes, vocal issues and issues with management.
However, Erica insists that although the Christian duo may be Christ-centered, people are not interested in being entertained by people who do not deal with real life issues. more >>
Christian contestant and frontrunner on NBC's "The Voice," Matthew Schuler, 20, wasn't joking around when he declared that he is singing for the Lord. A video of an original song he recorded this summer in praise of God's power to turn vices into victory is inspiring thousands of viewers on YouTube and they are giving thanks for his faithfulness.
A video of the song written and sung by Schuler titled, "Vices to Victory," gets to the heart of human frailty and the need for communion with God. An edited version of the lyrics to the song provided by guitarist Daniel Faehl, who also posted the video to YouTube, follows below.
Saturate the deepest part of my soul. Let Your ways shape the path I take. Your strength is my strength, help me fight for You more >>
Illusionist and endurance artist David Blaine's 90-minute special "Real or Magic," which aired earlier this week, stunned and amazed notable figures like former president George W. Bush and big-time celebrities, including Will Smith and Harrison Ford, who all participated in the acts.
"For this special, I wanted to focus only on the magic and the people, so for the first time in over a decade, I concentrated just on doing simple things that could be done anywhere to capture the reactions that I fell in love with," Blaine previously told EW in preparation for the show.
Blaine, known for extreme endurance stunts such as being buried alive for a week, being encased inside a block of ice for three days and nights, surviving inside a transparent box for 44 days filled with nothing but water, and breaking world records such as the longest time for holding one's breath, performed a variety of acts with a host of celebrities in the special that aired on Tuesday night. more >>
The ridiculous viral video "The Fox" is set to become a children's book, available for Christmas.
"We felt that the idea 'What does the fox say?' was a good idea for a children's book, no matter what we turned it into as a video," Bard Ylvisake, one of the two brothers in the Norwegian comedy duo Ylvis, told EuroNews. The book, titled What Does the Fox Say?, is set to release on Dec. 10.