It’s hard to believe that in under a month, “Real Housewives of New Jersey,” star, Teresa Giudice, will have relocated, probably kicking and screaming, to a federal prison cell.
Rumors have been flying around the internet, debating how Bravo will handle the Housewife’s surrender and incarceration, and if, and exactly how the franchise will adjust and bounce back. Will it be business as usual for Bravo and the Jersey crew, or will the production schedule all but rotate around Teresa’s trip up the river, and then breathlessly await her return? Some answers are starting to leak out, and strangely enough, it’s a sister housewife that is letting the cat out of the bag.
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Brandi Glanville decided to approach the subject on her podcast, “Brandi Glanville Unfiltered,” (Dated December 9, 2014) and went on to spill the tea on Bravo’s behind the scenes negotiations with the Giudice felons to blast Teresa’s send off all over our TV screens.
“So they’re gonna show it. I think that they are negotiating to show it. They want to, and I think that she’s getting a lot of money thrown at her to let them film right before she goes. They’re gonna show that on TV, and I think it’s important for people to see.”
There are two points from that statement that jump out to me. The first is the mention of “a lot of money thrown at her”…as we all know, Team Giudice and thrown money go together like peanut butter and jelly, and if the cash goes to pay off a bill, I am all for it. On a lighter note, the notion that someone with a gutter level moral compass like Brandi Glanville, actually having an opinion on the importance of what anyone views on television, is pretty eye rolling laughable. Important or not, many will be waiting to hear what night to set those DVRs, because Teresa is practicing her best prison shuffle, and it appears that she will have a national audience cheering her on.
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