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    Bravo/YouTube Teresa Giudice. Teresa Giudice had a rough ride on the 12th season of “The Real Housewives of New Jersey,”  but it sounds like it’s about to get even worse. Ahead of the multi-part reunion, RHONJ star Margaret Josephs spilled on what went down during the tense taping. Josephs and Giudice repeatedly butted heads while shooting the Bravo reality show last summer, and things culminated with a showdown during a cast trip to Nashville in September. Josephs has been vocal about Giudice’s fiance, Luis Ruelas’ questionable past, so perhaps it’s not a shocker that she had a table full of food and drinks dumped on her in Nashville during an outburst by Giudice. Read More From Heavy How You Can Help Ukraine: Verified Charities, GoFundMe & Ways to Support Ukrainians In a May 2 interview on the “Behind the Velvet Rope With David Yontef” podcast, Josephs described the emotionally draining season as “a season and a half” and said it “aged” her so much she will “probably need another facelift.” When asked about her altercation with Giudice, she added...
    MEGHAN Markle will "only return to the UK if she can bring Netflix cameras," it's been claimed. The Duchess, 40, will join Harry at his Invictus Games in Holland in her first trip out of America since Megxit - and the pair will be followed around by cameras. 2Meghan will only return to the UK 'if she can bring Netflix cameras' Angela Levin claimsCredit: Splash 2Meghan has not stepped foot in the UK since she flew out just hours after a tense Commonwealth Day Ceremony with royals in March 2020Credit: Max Mumby The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are set to be followed by a Netflix documentary crew throughout - but experts have said that Meghan being there is "unnecessary." It is not the first time the couple has reportedly partnered with the streaming giant after their £120m Netflix deal TV series deal. And now, experts have said that they believe she'll only return to the UK if she can bring crews and cameras to film the documentary. Meghan has not set foot in the UK since she...
    A MUM was left bemused after finding a very suggestive-looking Barbie toy in her four-year-old daughter's bedroom. Ashley Mignone took to TikTok to explain she'd come across her little girl playing with her dolls when she noticed that she appeared to be holding something a little strange. 3Ashley Mignone took to TikTok after finding a very suggestive-looking toy in her daughter's roomCredit: TikTok / ashleymignone27 And when her daughter couldn't tell her where it had come from, Ashley was left even more baffled. "So I’ve been walking round the house for the past three days trying to work out where she got this from," she said in the video. "Is this what comes in Happy Meals these days? "I don’t really know.  "Anyway, so had no idea where it came from. I mean, look at it - you’re thinking what I’m thinking right?" So she asked her daughter again where she'd got the toy in question from, at which point she told her that it had actually come from her doll's hair salon. Most read in...
    Rep. Ronny Jackson had 'bloodshot eyes' on a presidential trip to Manila where he had multiple drinks, smoke about the anatomy of female subordinates – and wanted to be filmed in his hotel room dining on a local street food of fertilized bird eggs. The shocking behavior comes in an inspector general's report of the former presidential physician who President Donald Trump nominated to lead the Veterans' Affairs Department. Instead, Jackson got elected to Congress as a pro-Trump lawmakers from Texas. Jackson 'made a comment about a female medical subordinate’s breasts and buttocks during a presidential trip to Asia in April 2014,' according to the report, which goes on to recount the incident in startling detail. The Navy rear admiral 'knocked on the same female subordinate’s door, while drunk, in the middle of the night and told her “I need you.”  'I need you to come to my room' the report says he told her.  At the time, he was tasked with providing medical care to President Barack Obama on a week-long trip.  Rep. Ronny Jackson (pictured in January)...
    Oprah Winfrey has been told she can ask Prince Harry and Meghan Markle 'anything she wants' during her 'intimate' tell-all interview with the couple it has been revealed - news that is likely to spark fresh fears for Buckingham Palace over what embarrassing revelations may come to light during the 'wide-ranging' prime time sit-down.  According to Oprah's best friend Gayle King, the 67-year-old has been given complete freedom over what topics she discusses with Harry, 36, and Meghan, 39, during the televised interview - which will cover everything from the couple's marriage and new pregnancy to their exit from the royal family.   Speaking about the controversial interview on CBS This Morning, Gayle, 66, also hinted that the sit-down will take place soon, revealing that Oprah has been 'working on the questions all weekend'.  'This is a big deal,' she said. 'I know Oprah has been working on the questions all weekend long, I'm told that nothing is off limits. She can ask anything she wants.' This latest insight into the no-holds-barred interview will no doubt cause serious concerns within the...
    Brides really don’t like being upstaged. Everyone always says that they’re going to lose weight before a wedding. One woman actually did, which is great except for the fact that she’s not the bride-to-be. Even worse, the bride-to-be is apparently upset because she’s worried about not being the focus of attention at her own wedding. According to a story on Reddit, a woman who lost about 20 pounds over the past year due to the pandemic is no longer welcome at her sister-in-law's wedding.  (iStock) In a post on Reddit’s forums, a user with the name ThrowRAWeddings shared their story. According to her, she lost about 20 pounds over the past year due to the pandemic. She explained that she had more time to exercise and focus on making healthy meals. Her brother’s sister is getting married later this year and is only having a small group of people at the ceremony. The family recently got together to make plans for the wedding and apparently, things did not go well. WOMAN DEMANDS FAMILY PAY FOR SECOND WEDDING BECAUSE SHE DIDN'T...
    Thea Achillea, 6, is demonstrating emotional maturity well beyond her years in a poem she’s dubbed, “Dear Coronavirus.” The British grade schooler was hit with inspiration when her mother Rebecca, 36, prompted the girl to lean into creativity as a way of coping with the pandemic. “I was being asked question, after question, after question,” Rebecca, a children’s portrait photographer from east London, told Mercury Press. “So, during home schooling, I encouraged her to write them all down and it was created from there. It was as a result of frustration from me as well really, as I just wanted these questions all out the way.” “‘There is no reasoning with children at her age,” she added. But the deep reflections of the grade schooler’s 13-stanza lyric surprised the mom of two, who recorded her daughter reading the piece and shared it online. Evidence of Thea’s understanding the magnitude of the virus — “I wonder how you pick and choose the people who get sick,/ I so wish you hadn’t come here and spread your germs so quick” —...
    More On: Coronavirus Firefighters use ladder to surprise colleague hospitalized with COVID-19 What’s love got to do with it? Indoor dining returning to NYC by Valentine’s Day, Cuomo says Spain to implement 4-day work week in response to COVID-19 Johnson & Johnson’s one-shot COVID vaccine comes up short Thea Achillea, 6, is demonstrating emotional maturity well beyond her years in a poem she’s dubbed, “Dear Coronavirus.” The British grade schooler was hit with inspiration when her mother Rebecca, 36, prompted the girl to lean into creativity as a way of coping with the pandemic. “I was being asked question, after question, after question,” Rebecca, a children’s portrait photographer from east London, told Mercury Press. “So, during home schooling, I encouraged her to write them all down and it was created from there. It was as a result of frustration from me as well really, as I just wanted these questions all out the way.” “‘There is no reasoning with children at her age,” she added. But the deep reflections of the grade schooler’s 13-stanza lyric surprised the mom of...
    On Wednesday’s broadcast of the Fox News Channel’s “Tucker Carlson Tonight,” Erica Kious, the owner of the San Francisco hair salon that House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) visited, reacted to Pelosi’s claim that she was set up by stating that Pelosi or her staff made the appointment and wondered, “if she’s in there comfortably, without a mask, and feeling safe, then why are we shut down?” Kious said Pelosi “had called a stylist in, or her assistant did, and made the appointment. So, the appointment was already booked. So, there was no way I could’ve set that up. And I’ve had a camera system in there for five years. I mean, I didn’t go in there and turn cameras on as soon as she walked in to set her up. So, that’s absolutely false.” Kious reacted to Pelosi’s claim that she believed that one-on-one appointments were allowed by stating, “I see clients one-on-one. So, that would mean I would be open, right?” She later added, “I just thought about my staff and people not being able to work and make money...
    A little girl fought her urge to eat an ice cream by having a chat with it and explaining why she was not allowed to eat it yet.  Beth Goggin, from Atlanta, Georgia, filmed her four-year-old daughter, Ceci Grace Goggin, as put a delicious-looking cup of ice cream in front of her and told her to wait.   While Ceci waited for Beth to come back she adorably told her ice cream: 'No, don't lick me, mummy said don't eat that before I come back.' Four-year-old Ceci, from Atlanta, Georgia, managed to wait patiently before eating her ice cream by whispering to it  Adorably she tells the ice cream: 'No, don't lick me, mummy said don't eat that before I come back,' as she pretends to lick it The seemingly impossible request was part of a social media challenge that tests children's willpower and patience.  The 'patience challenge' has seen some toddlers impress their parents with their self-discipline while other toddlers could not help but give in.    Little Ceci managed to practise restraint by talking to the ice cream about her situation.  The...
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