Teresa Giudice Spoke at Atlanta Women’s Expo—Get Details of Her Keynote Speech! #RHONJ

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Real Housewives of New Jersey star Teresa Giudice delivered a key note speech at the Atlanta Ultimate Women’s Expo on Saturday.

The event took place at the Georgia World Congress Center in downtown Atlanta and was held over two days, May 14 and 15. Giudice was among many speakers, including fellow Bravoleb, NeNe Leakes and HLN host Nancy Grace.


A reporter for the Examiner attended the event and wrote about her experience.

“She talked about what the viewer can expect in the new season. This included cast changes and the type of stories the viewer will see.” 

“Teresa also talked about overcoming hardships. She told the audience you can always come back from what ever knocks you down in life. Teresa herself is rebuilding her life after being away at prison for all of 2015. She spoke with a warm smile and engaged the audience. Teresa also talked about how taking up a yoga practice has helped her physically and emotionally. She also said she is in the process of becoming a certified yoga instructor.”


Giudice also peddled her new prison memoir, Turning the Tables: From Housewife to Inmate and Back Again, at the event. As reported, Bravo’s formula to revive the criminally polluted franchise is to convince viewers that Teresa’s prison memoir is a knockout hit.

“Teresa signed her new book “Turning the Tables: From Housewife to Inmate and Back Again” following her speech. She chatted with fans and posed for pictures.”

Overwhelming reader support translates to wildly restored fan popularity — shifting Giudice from her true identity as a fallen reality thief, to the restored queen of Bravo.

READ: Analysis of How The Giudice Theft Affects Us All — They Stole From More Than Banks!

Giudice‘s prison memoir, “Turning the Tables: From Housewife to Inmate and Back Again” debuted number #2 on the New York Times bestseller’s list, two spots ahead of Pope Francis’ “The Name of God is Mercy” tome. The 43-year old’s book was co-written by K.C. Baker and published four days after Giudice was released from federal prison, where she served roughly 11.5 months of a 15-month sentence on fraud related charges.


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