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Teresa Giudice blows off Bravo? Star a no show for ‘RHONJ’ promo

Teresa Giudice didn't show at the Bravo Upfronts
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Teresa Giudice is not making any friends at Bravo by not doing press for her part for the upcoming season of “The Real Housewives of New Jersey.” The reality star allegedly was expected to be at the Bravo Upfronts in New York City on Thursday night, but apparently she didn't show. According to Radar Online on Friday, the executives at the network are upset the star didn't arrived as planned.

There had to be some plan in place as the judge on the case where she plead guilty signed off to allow her to travel to the event. It was obvious that took some legal maneuvering as the request had to be officially submitted way before the event. Even with permission, it seems that the star didn't feel compelled to show up. It is obvious the impression she could have given the advertisers and media about the upcoming season would have helped the show in promotion. There were other cast members in attendance at the event so the show was well represented by the New Jersey ladies.

While Teresa Giudice has seemed content with laying low until she gets sentenced with her husband Joe on July 8, the fans have seen her out and she has used social media to connect. Only allowing images and opportunities to present a family image and chisel out how she wants people to know her, the reality star is making sure everything she presents might help her sentencing.

Viewers of “The Real Housewives of New Jersey” can’t argue with the fact that Teresa Giudice needs to be careful. Her future will be decide upon shortly by a judge and anyone in her position would exercise as much discretion as possible to make sure they put their family first. Blowing off Bravo and the cameras that might have hounded her on the red carpet might sound harsh, but what is seen in the press has been extremely exaggerated at times and misinformation could hurt Teresa in court.

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