In a weird way, this is kinda sweet!
Joe Giudice has been sleeping on the couch at home while he anxiously waits for wife Teresa Giudice — because he can't bring himself to sleep upstairs in the bed without her.
Related: Teresa Giudice Is Suing Her Former Lawyer!
In a new clip from the first part of a Real Housewives of New Jersey three-part special, Teresa and Joe have a nice talk — including debating whether they should have phone sex — when she calls late night from prison after having watched Magic Mike XXL.
Ch-ch-check out the kinda funny (but mostly just touching!) clip (below) as Joe grapples with growing old with Teresa as they try to overcome their legal problems together:
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Waaa waaa waaaa!
Lauryn Hill has turned herself into a Connecticut federal prison to serve her three month sentence after pleading guilty to three counts of tax evasion for forgetting to file a whopping $1.8 million in returns from 2005 to 2007.
The soulful singer reported to the Federal Correctional Institution in Danbury this morning for a minimum security stay in barracks-like housing.
Nope. Lauryn isn't getting
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Michael Douglas' son, Cameron is currently serving a 10-year sentence in Loretto, Pa., but after he failed a routine drug test this month, he was placed in solitary confinement!!
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This sounds like a HIGHlarious Daily Show parody but it's NOT a joke!
Rezwan Ferdaus attempted to wage jihad against the U.S. government with an air fleet of remote-controlled airplanes!
The 26 year-old physics graduate from Northeastern University planned to fill these model planes with C-4 and fly them into the Pentagon.
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