Teresa Giudice Wants To Meet Her Fans: How You Can Meet The ‘RHONJ’ Star

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Teresa Giudice has been out of prison for about a month and she’s excited that she’s getting back into work. In just a few days, Teresa will publish her next book, which is about her journey behind bars. It’s called Turning The Tables and will chronicle her journey from being a housewife to being a convicted wife – and then her journey back out to her family. And to celebrate this success, she’s sharing some news with her fans. According to a new tweet, Teresa Giudice wants to meet her fans in New York in a few weeks and she’s giving her fans a chance to get real close to her. 

“I’m inviting two lucky fans and two guests to my book release party Feb 17th in NY; re-tweet your #TurningTheTables pre-order confirmation,” Giudice revealed on Twitter, adding, “Winners will be notified Sunday night after the Super Bowl  .. Good luck.”

Fans will have to travel to New York to meet the Real Housewives of New Jersey star, but given she has so many fans in the New Jersey and New York area, two fans may be very happy with the prize. The book is currently making headlines, because it could be somewhat controversial.

According to In Touch weekly, Teresa Giudice could be making some enemies with her tell-all book, as she will dish on how the women behaved behind bars. Teresa’s former cellmate, Deseree Bradshaw, believes that she could be in some trouble once the book comes out.

“She’s going to have enemies for talking about that,” Deseree told In Touch. “A lot of women have husbands and boyfriends on the outside, and they don’t want what they did on the inside to get out. It’s not right.”

“People don’t like being talked about,” she adds. “Even if she doesn’t name names, we’ll know who she’s talking about, and those people will be upset.”

It is questionable how many people Giudice will mention in her book, but she may have asked permission before writing anything too juicy. As Teresa knows well herself, lives can quickly be ruined by random statements.

Will you be reading Teresa Giudice’s book?

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