Teresa Giudice Will Return to 'Real Housewives' Post Prison (Obviously)

Teresa Giudice courthouseEveryone please stop what you're doing, as we have a very important message to share. She may currently be in prison, but Teresa Giudice is returning to The Real Housewives of New Jersey!


Insert eye roll and tons of sarcasm.

Seriously, who didn't think Teresa would miss an opportunity to earn a paycheck for oversharing about her life? An "insider" from the Giudice camp revealed the news to Us Weekly -- as if it took a rocket scientist to figure out. "She’s definitely back next season," notes the mysterious person.

In case you forgot, Teresa and her husband Joe Giudice landed in hot water after they were indicted on 41 counts of fraud. Teresa is currently serving out her 15-month sentence at a minimum-security federal women's prison in Connecticut where Orange Is the New Black author Piper Kerman served her time (she too was sentenced for 15 months). Once she's out, her husband Joe will begin his 41-month sentence.

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Between the promise of a memoir to share her story about life in the slammer; family prison photo shoots shared to magazines; and Teresa's eldest daughter, Gia, taking care of her social media accounts; yeah, I think I've had enough.

Don't get me wrong, I love a good reality show -- and sometimes a ratchet one for balance -- but there comes a point when enough is enough. Granted The Real Housewives of New Jersey has been as entertaining as watching paint dry, I don't need to see (or support with viewership) a woman capitalize on the fact that she committed fraud, got caught, and served time.

I can only imagine the message her four daughters are learning at home.

I can picture her cookbook now: Fabulicious! Delicious Prison Meals Using Three Ingredients or Less. I don't know if she plans to come out with another cookbook, but I wouldn't be surprised.


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