Teresa Giudice is hard at work promoting the upcoming season of "The Real Housewives of New Jersey" again. After taking a bit of a break from promoting the show and her businesses to mourn the loss of her father-in-law, Teresa appeared on Twitter again to advertise a premiere party for the show's sixth season that will be attended by her and co-stars Melissa Gorga, Dina Manzo and Amber Marchese.
On Sunday, July 6, Teresa tweeted a photo of the party's flyer. The party will be held on the date of the show's sixth season premiere, Sunday, July 13, at Pure, a restaurant and lounge in Parsippany. Tickets cost $100, for which attendees will get passed hors d'oeuvres, one glass of Fabellini, Teresa's sparking wine, and the knowledge that some of the proceeds will go to charity.
Of course, attendees will also get to meet some of the New Jersey housewives. The flyer only has photos of Teresa, Melissa, Dina, and Amber so it seems that Teresa Aprea and Nicole Napolitano, who along with Amber are the new housewives for season six, won't be there. Other co-stars who aren't shown on the flyer are Kathy Wakile, who has been reduced to a part-time role, and her sister Rosie Pierri.
With Teresa being such a controversial figure, it's not surprising that her advertisement for the upcoming premiere party received some criticism. Some people balked at the fact that attendees would only get one glass of wine for their $100 ticket. Others replied to take a dig at Teresa, saying that some of the ticket price must be going to her legal defense.
At least Teresa Giudice can let her hair down and have some fun with her "The Real Housewives of New Jersey" co-stars Melissa Gorga, Dina Manzo and Amber Marchese at the premiere party without a sentence over her head. Both she and her husband, Joe Giudice, were originally scheduled to be sentenced this week but it was pushed back to Tuesday, Sept. 23 because of an administrative issue. On that date, they'll face sentencing for several counts of bankruptcy fraud, conspiracy to commit mail fraud and wire fraud, and failing to pay taxes.