On Bravo’s Real Housewives of New Jersey, there have been jokes about the Manzos, Lauritos, and Giudices potentially having mafia connections because of things like the “let me tell you somethin’ about my family: we are as thick as thieves” comment, and the crazy level of conspicuous consumption. But, it turns out the one with the real mafia connection is Danielle Staub.
Category: Real Housewives of New Jersey
Teresa Guidice’s segment on making traditional Italian red sauce (marinara) included a little tidbit that makes women roll their eyes. Basically, women are forbidden from making delicious red sauce while on their periods. Teresa’s reason? “It spoils the sauce.”
The Real Housewives of New Jersey Season 2 premieres tonight on Bravo and all the ladies that like each other (in other words, Danielle wasn’t there) sat down with Us Weekly to dish about the new season.
Bravo’s Real Housewives of New Jersey (a.k.a. the Sopranos and the prostitution-wh0re-turned-born-again-virgin), debuts tonight, and so far the biggest drama they’ve been advertising is a weave-pulling incident. Yawn. If you’re a Bravo fanatic, you know that Real Housewives of Atlanta already pulled this mess when Sheree Whitfield tugged Kim Zolciak’s weave. Kim’s weave should’ve gotten an Emmy for it’s performance in that episode, but I Glenn Close stole that sucker right out from under her.
Apparently Danielle Staub picked up a new set of shiny virginity with her new face! The 47-year-old infamous Real Housewives of New Jersey star has had a colorful life full of carnal pleasure, some of it documented on the first Season of RHNJ, and more of it detailed in a book by her ex-husband, but it’s never too late to swear off sex until marriage.