It… is… about… to… go… DOWN.
Bravo has released the first extended trailer for The Real Housewives of New Jersey Season 11 — and it features accusations of infidelity, alcohholism and one major blow up.
“Everyone’s marriage can look absolutely perfect on the outside,” says Margaret Josephs early on in the preview before Melissa Gorga adds:
“But guess what? Things aren’t always what they seem.”
“Anyone can be a cheater,” explains Dolores Catania.
From there, Teresa Giudice is seen hinting strongly that someone’s significant other is screwing around when they’re at the gym, askiing Margaret point blank:
“Why do I hear rumors, like when he goes to the gym he screws around?”
Moreover, Teresa’s own brother’s marriage comes into question when Melissa is accused of texting another man. Uh-oh!
“Last night, the owner of the restaurant asked Melissa for her number,” says Teresa. “They’ve been texting all day.”
“Be careful what you say, because I’ll never talk to you again,” Joe Gorga threatens his wife, adding in cryptic fashion:
“When you love someone, you f—ing lick them upside down.”
Teresa, meanwhile, is also concerned about her own love life — or lackthereof, following her divorce from husband Joe Giudice.
“I want to get my peach kissed,” she says in sort of gross manner, going on to joke about all the different places she wants to romance a new partner.
Elsewhere in the very revealing trailer, Jennifer Aydin becomes the topic of conversation after the ladies start to question her alcohol intake.
It does seem like a lot.
“Every time I see her, she’s drinking something,” says Margaret. prompting Jackie to remark: She numbs herself to a lot of her issues.”
This is a serious subject, of course.
However, the most buzzworthy scenes from the Season 11 promo center around the discovery that Joe Giudice is talking about Joe Gorga in the press.
Apparently, Teresa’s ex has been alleging to “know things” about the Gorga patriarch.
In response to claim, Melissa’s husband declares, “How dare him say he’s got dirt on me?”
The situation then worsens when Teresa seemingly defends the father of her four daughters, which doesn’t sit well with Melissa and Joe. At. All.
“That’s f–king bulls–t,” Melissa screams. “Because you just f–kin’ stuck up for your ex-husband!”
Even more heated, Joe sounds off as follows:
“My wife is f–king 100 percent right. You’re going to defend him? F–k that piece of s–t. He put my mother in a f–king grave. Do you understand that?”
Season 11 of The Real Housewives of New Jersey premieres Feb. 17 at 9/8c on Bravo.
Check out the explosive trailer now!
About two hours after getting impeached for the second time, Donald Trump has released a video in which he responds to the charge of inciting a violent mob to rebel against the U.S, government.
The President is unusually calm and reasonable in the footage, likely because he finally realizes what’s at stake.
This is essentially a plea to Mitch McConnell and several other Senators not to convict him when the body reconvenes and hearing the impeachment case later this month.
“Mob violence goes against everything I believe in and everything our movement stands for,” Trump says in the video, without taking any responsibility for his own actions that led to last week’s events.
Trump, of course, told supporters gathered in Washington D.C last Wednesday to march on the Capitol and not to accept an election he has falsely labeled as “rigged” for months.
His supporters then followers orders.
They committed the treasonous act of attacking the Capitol, causing the building to go on lockdown and causing five people to die in the siege.
In the hours and days that followed, Trump referred to these perpetrators as “very special Patriots” and said his remarks a short time before their insurrection were “totally appropriate.”
A total of 237 Congresspeople, including 10 Republicans, disagreed on Thursday, however.
They voted to impeach Trump for a second time, about a year after he was also impeached for obstruction of justice.
Down the line, the Senate will meet and decide to either exonerate Trump… or convict him for his role in this deadly riot.
Even McConnell has made it sound like he’s open to a conviction.
Which explains Trump’s tone in this new video.
“No true supporters of mine could ever endorse political violence,” he says here.
“No true supporter of mine could disrespect law enforcement or our great American flag. No true supporter of mine could ever threaten or harass their fellow Americans.”
He continues as follows:
“If you do any of these things, you are not supporting our movement — you are attacking it. And you are attacking our country. We cannot tolerate it.”
This is the most reasonable thing Donaldd Trump has ever said.
But he previously said SO much about a rigged election, and he previously encouraged his voters to rise up against the system, and he failed to say this in the immediate aftermath of the insurrection…
… that it’s all way too little and far too late.
Heck, in the wake of the seditious act, Trump defended the white supremacists and other followers who raided the Capitol.
“These are the things and events that happen when a sacred landslide election victory is so unceremoniously & viciously stripped away,” the President Tweeted.
He has since been banned from Twitter… and Facebook… and Instagram… and even Pinterest.
Saidd Nancy Pelosi after Trump was impeached:
Today, in a bipartisan way the House demonstrated that no one is above the law, not even the President of the United States.
That Donald Trump is a clear and present danger to our country and that once again we honor our oath of office to protect and defend the Constitution of the United States, so help us God.
And now, I sadly and with a heart broken over what this means to our country, of a president who would incite insurrection, will sign the engrossment of the article of impeachment.
Watch Trump’s video right here.
And right now.