Biography Of Teresa Giudice
Teresa Giudice was born in Paterson, New Jersey on May 18, 1972 to parents who emigrated from Italy. She earned a degree from Berkeley College in Fashion Marketing and Management. After college, she worked in the fashion industry in New York. She is married to Joe Giudice, a childhood friend and entrepreneur. They have four daughters: Gia (born 2001), Gabriella (born 2004), Milania (born 2005), and Audriana (born 2009), whom she was pregnant with during the reunion show. Teresa serves as a committee member for co-star Dina Manzo’s charity, Project Ladybug. After much thought, Giudice went under the knife for a breast augmentation surgery. Teresa is fluent in Italian.
In 2010, Giudice with be joining fellow cast mates Caroline Manzo, Dina Manzo, Jaqueline Laurita on Who Wants To Be A Millionaire. Each will be paired with a woman who she will help to win the one million dollar prize.
Her husband, Joe, was berated by audience members for making a homophobic comment during one of the Season 1 episodes.
Teresa Giudice Speaks Out About Her Breast Augmentation
Teresa Giudice, from Bravo’s hit series the Real Housewives of New Jersey, is known for being an outgoing, table flipping Italian princess. She also has been getting media attention for her onscreen footage of her Breast Augmentation procedure that she underwent.
The 37-year old told Steppin’ Out magazine that she is “much more confident with my body now,” was an A-cup, and “ after [she] breast fed, they looked different. [She] looked at them and went, Ewwwwww. They were deflated. [She] was just a big nipple.”
Giudice also said that she “never liked how [she] looked in bathing suits. [She] never wanted to put lingerie on.” And she feels that “you need boobs for lingerie.”
Having been married for nine years before the surgery, Giudice says that her husband did not care about her small breasts and he loved her the way she was, but that she got the procedure done for her, is happy and feels “so much sexier.”
And avid watchers of the show will know that the real gems of New Jersey are her spoiled, sassy, but adorably cute, four young daughters, Gia, 9, Gabriella, 5, Milania, 4, and Adriana, less than a year old. Giudice says that if her daughters want the procedure when they are older, she will fully support them.
Now that her procedure has settled she is showing off her new breast, in typical Teresa fashion: loud and proud.
Teresa Giudice's Bankruptcy Auction: What's for
If you want a piece of 'The Real Housewives of New Jersey,' you're in luck! Teresa Giudice and her husband, who had filed for bankruptcy last October, are planning to sell their personal belongings in a public auction August 22. According to bankruptcy court records, the pair have nearly $11 million in various debts, the New York Post reported. In papers filed in Newark Federal Court, the Guidices claim to only make $79,000 a year between the two of them, and are unable to handle the foreclosures and hefty credit card bills.
"It was a different economy back then for all of us. When the economy crashed, like most families, we tightened our belts and changed our lifestyle," Giudice told PopEater's Rob Shuter last month.
The court document lists their money woes in detail:
► The bank has moved to foreclose on their $1.8 million home in
► Banks have taken their
► Teresa owes $12,000 to a fertility clinic.
► They've defaulted on payments for their Escalade.
► Joe personally owes $5 million to former partners of real estate deals.
The auction Website lists the details about items that will be for sale, which include a grand piano, two flat-screen televisions, sofas, decorative fireplace accessories, a foosball table, a suit of armor and at least three chandeliers. Those items will be going up at auction on Aug. 22 at 12 p.m. at their Towaco, N.J., mansion.
The trustee, John Sywilok, has accused the pair of undervaluing items listed as personal property exempt from the bankruptcy filing, including a pool table ($1000) and even their wedding bands ($400).
On 'Housewives,' Giudice once spent $2,000 in a 10-minute shopping spree, but in bankruptcy papers she claims to spend $400 on clothes a month. The court papers list Joe's monthly income at the stucco and stone company he owes at $3,250. Teresa earns $3,333 from Bravo, and she recently released a cook book, 'Skinny Italian.'