Teresa And Joe Giudice’s First Interview Since Their Sentencing

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Teresa And Joe Giudice’s First Interview Since Their Sentencing

October 05, 2014 12:00 PM by Megan Thompson


It’s time to do some damage control of Teresa Giudice’s brands.  Both stars of The Real Housewives Of New Jersey, Teresa and Joe Giudice, sat down with Andy Cohen for a special appearance on Watch What Happens Live.  The exclusive interview will air Monday night.  Will you tune in to find out what the Giudice’s have to say?

Teresa finally broke her silence on social media, but it wasn’t about her prison sentence.  Last night Teresa tweeted her fans, “Hi, I just want to be clear there will be no Fabellini appearance this week. Stay tuned for further appearance announcements.”

Teresa is no dummy; she is trying to protect her public image and her brands.  She knows that with her and Joe going to prison, she will need to support her family.  While many fans took to social media to make jokes about Teresa going from Real Housewives to the Big House, she still has many loyal followers.

Teresa and Joe will break their silence about all their legal problems on Monday night, when their interview with Andy Cohen airs on Bravo.  Andy promoted the interview with the following tweet, “Just spent a few hours interviewing Teresa and Joe Giudice. See It Monday night on Bravo.”

There is no doubt many fans will tune in to see what the Giudice’s have to say about their upcoming prison sentences.  But do you think Teresa Giudice can pull off a Martha Stewart and save her image and most importantly, her brands?  Let us know what you think, leave us a comment below.

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Photo Credit: Andy Cohen Instagram

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