Teresa Giudice may be devastated about her 15 months prison sentence. Some of the other Real Housewives? Not so much.
Shortly after learning Giudice’s fate, Danielle Staub took to Twitter to make an observation on the universe serving up some retribution:
And former RHONJ star Kim Granatell had quite a mouthful to say about the sentencing, too!
Though mostly silent, a few of Giudice’s RHONJ costars have her back.
Dina Manzo posted a… Continue reading ‘Orange Is The New Black…And I Don’t Mean Hermes!’ ‘RHONJ’ Stars Weigh In On Teresa Giudice’s Prison Sentence
Prison will not be easy for Booth when Bones returns for its 10th season.
After being arrested for the murders of three FBI agents in the season 9 finale, Booth will face a new obstacle in prison: Most of his cellmates are convicts he actually locked up there, and they’re not too happy with him. Will Brennan be able to clear Booth’s name before an unruly inmate makes him… Continue reading ‘Bones’ first look: Will Booth get killed in prison?
Orange is the new Booth! The first footage from Fox’s Bones season 10 just debuted at Comic-Con and shows Booth (David Boreanaz) struggling to survive in prison after last season’s cliffhanger.
As fans know, the now-married Booth and Brennan (Emily Deschanel) have been cruelly separated after Booth was arrested for the murder of three Delta Force henchmen who are part of government conspiracy. How will he… Continue reading ‘Bones’ season 10 first footage: Booth struggles in prison
Apollo Nida had a surprising reaction to the news that he’ll have to pay more than $ 1M in restitution in his fraud case: Let’s party! The Real Housewives of Atlanta star was spotted at an Atlanta bash for co-star Peter Thomas and Cynthia Bailey’s Bar One on Thursday night, and only radio detection and ranging has all the details of his unusual prison prep — and why wife… Continue reading Prison? Let’s Party! Apollo Nida Hits Red Carpet Event Without Phaedra Parks — Break-Up Before Lockup?
There’s a sequel to Richard Linklater’s 2011 film Bernie — but it won’t be appearing on the big screen. The Jack Black, Shirley MacLaine, and Matthew McConaughey-starring film was inspired by the case of former mortician Bernie Tiede. The small-town Texas funeral director was convicted of murdering and dismembering wealthy 81-year-old widow, Marjorie “Marge” Nugent, who was his close friend and companion. It took… Continue reading The Murderer Who Inspired 'Bernie' Is Getting Released From Prison And Will Live in Richard Linklater's Garage Apartment