Teresa Giudice may be behind bars but that doesn’t stop her from continuing to control everything and everyone on a day to day basis.

Bravo has released a sneak peek of their upcoming special, Real Housewives of New Jersey Teresa Checks In—showing how Joe Giudice has been dealing with life since Teresa went inside earlier this year in January—you can watch video right here on Popdust.

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As previously reported, last October, Teresa was sentenced to 15 months in prison for multiple counts of fraud, Joe was given 41 months, plus 12 months on an additional count, to be served concurrently. He'll also get two years probation and will have to pay $414,000 to Wells Fargo bank, plus $10,000 in fines. In addition, he’s facing the possibility of deportation when he finishes his sentence.

Judge Esther Salas agreed to the couple serving their sentences consecutively so there would always be one parent taking care of their four daughters.

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With Teresa in jail first, it’s currently Joe’s turn at single parenting Gia, Gabriella, Milania, and Audriana, and it’s been a far from easy ride for the 43-year-old—luckily however (or not) mama Teresa is managing to keep a tight reign on things, from inside her jail cell.

Teresa appears to have the most generous privileges of any felon known to man—with daily calls home to her family and frequent jail visits.

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Even Joe is amazed by his wife’s liberal communication abilities, "It's amazing how she still controls everything from in there, you know what I mean?" Joe ponders in the sneak peek clip.

In the video we also get to see Gia fighting those dreaded teen hormones, and Joe battling to come to terms with his 14-year-old daughter dating, as he tells her terrified prom date to watch his step.

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“No close up dancing, or anything like that, OK….” Joe warns the pimply-faced suitor.

Then there’s Milania, who continues with her reign of terror, holding the household hostage with her demands and temper tantrums.

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Meanwhile, Teresa’s brother Joe Gorga and his wife Melissa have been hanging about, helping out around the house. And, what Joe Gorga lacks in stature, he makes up for in drama (just like his big sister) as is evident in one scene where he is seen sobbing about what a bitch he is….

“Everybody’s a little bitch when it comes to family JoJo….” Giudice weighs in sagely.

Submissive Wives’ Guide To Marriage is a new one hour special, exploring a world where a wife’s soul purpose in life is pleasing her husband, catering to his every need and whim, and making sure he is satisfied at all costs.

The show chronicles the lives of three married couples, two of whom are in a submissive marriage, and one hoping that the lifestyle will save their marriage.

The couples featured include:

Tim & Tara Furman (Cary, North Carolina)

Married for 20 years, the Furmans’ first half of their marriage wasn’t perfect. After realizing they were merely cohabitating, Tara realized she needed to make a drastic change. With the support and inspiration from Bible study, the Furmans realized entering into a submissive marriage was the right choice for them.

Tara happily welcomes focusing all of her energy on Tim and his well-being.

“Submission is one of the greatest gifts that God has given to a woman,” Tara explains. “I have a joyful home because I’m a submissive wife.” Then she adds: “A wife's job description is to help her man, serve her man, submit to her man, and sleep with her man."

Then later, when he’s giving advice to a fellow husband on the golf course, Tara's husband Tim instructs, “For her to submit to you, you gotta give her something to submit to.

Mark & Kristin Haywood (Mt. Gilead, North Carolina)

Married for 12 years, Mark and Kristin are both aware a change needs to be made in their struggling marriage. Looking for a closer, happier relationship, the Haywoods are testing out submissive marriage with the guidance of the Furmans, requiring Kristin to drastically alter her lifestyle and management of her household.

“The Bible says wives should submit to their husbands,” Mark says.

Submissive is not a word one would use to describe Kristin, who laughs “Absolutely not,” when her male co-worker asks her for coffee. Still, she loves being a submissive wife.

Eddie & Autumn Miles (Sunnyvale, Texas)

Married for 10 years, Autumn comes from a long line of submissive marriages in her family. After being mistreated in her first marriage, which turned from submissive to abusive, Autumn and Eddie believe that their marriage wouldn’t be possible without biblical submission. Although it took time, Autumn saw that submission was not synonymous with subservience, but that she was to defer to Eddie in matters of their home, their children, and their relationship by trusting in him and God.

Still, Autumn is not so convinced, but says “If I don’t make this change in my marriage, we’re headed for divorce.”

Meanwhile, husband Eddie reveals that they don’t even sleep in the same room anymore.

"I don't know if I'm up for the task," Autumn says. "I'm gonna be really honest."

Check out sneak peek video below—look through Popdust's gallery—and, tune in to TLC Sunday at 9/8 central to watch The Submissive Wives Guide to Marriage

The Little Couple is back for the second half of their hit TLC show's seventh season—and, don't know about you, but we can't wait!

Dr. Jen Arnold is now entering her second cancer free year (yay!) and hubby Bill Klein is firmly on the mend after his recent back surgery, so the two are now able to focus fully on their utterly adorable kids, son Will, 4, and daughter, Zoey, 3.

The new season promises tons of family fun, adventure and memory making experiences, in addition to all the usual laughter, awwwww worthy moments and oodles of love that we’ve come to expect from our very favorite reality TV family—Popdust has a sneak peek at the premiere episode that you can watch below.

This year is also a year of firsts for the family, with Will taking his first karate lesson (could he be any darn cuter in his little karategi?!!!), Zoey starting ballet classes (could she look any more precious?!!) and the family adopting again—this time round it’s a little less stressful though than the past two adoptions, as these new additions are some pet fish!

Meanwhile, Will and Zoey continue to make great strides at school, with steady progress in both their speech and language skills—and Bill does his best to maintain his “super dad” status despite his medical limitations.

And, after having successfully battled through all the stress of the whirlwind past year, Bill and Jen take a little time out for some much deserved R&R, and get to spend some quality time together in the Big Apple.

However, in true Little Couple style, things are about to get hectic once again, as Bill and Jen get ready for the release of their new book, Life Is Short (No Pun Intended), which goes on sale the same day as the season seven B premiere.

In the book, the couple gives an insider’s account on how they met, fell in love and overcame life’s toughest challenges to get to where they are now – happy and successful parents and professionals.

Watch the sneak peek video below—check out Popdust’s gallery of photos—and tune into TLC at 9/8c to catch the season premiere of The Little Couple.

Bruce Jenner's first two wives, Linda Thompson and Chrystie Scott, have been public in their support of the former Olympian transitioning into a woman—his last wife, not so much.

During the emotional 20/20 special that aired last month, Diane Sawyer claimed that all three of Bruce’s ex-wives were contacted to provide comment on the 65-year-old’s gender transition—and, that only Kris Jenner declined.

“I support him and so hope the world can too. I pray for his happiness for the rest of his journey,” Scott said.

“I support his courage and commitment to this new chapter of his life,” Thompson said.

The 59-year-old Kardashian matriarch angrily denied that she declined to comment, insisting she was never contacted by show producers—a claim that was debunked by show insiders, who pointed out it was laughable to think ABC would have just “forgotten” to reach out to her.

Meanwhile, Kris took to social media to show her support for Bruce, tweeting, “Not only was I able to call him my husband for 25 years and father of my children, I am now able to call him my hero”

Now, it seems we are going to get a clearer idea of how Kris is really processing the news, during an upcoming E! two part special, titled, Keeping Up With The Kardashians: About Bruce, which airs later this month.

And, not surprisingly, it appears that the fame-hungry momager is managing to make it ALL about her.

In a recently released promo for the special, Kris is seen crying as she talks to daughter Kim Kardashian about Bruce’s transition.

"I have these memories of this life, and I feel sometimes like it didn't exist," she says while wiping her eyes.

"He has to deal with this for his entire life of waking up and feeling like 'whoa, this isn't my body. This doesn't feel comfortable,'" Kim attempts to explain, adding, "You really have to, like, let go."

As Popdust previously reported, during his emotional 20/20 interview, Jenner (who has requested the use of the male pronoun still at this time) told the world, "For all intents and purposes, I am a woman” before going on to share the story of the emotional roller coaster that has been his life, back from when he was “8 or 9-years old” and wanted to put a dress on.

However, one of the most shocking revelations came later in the night, when Jenner claimed that Khloe Kardashian was the one taking the news hardest, and that Kim has been his biggest supporter—all thanks to that renown bastion of tolerance and wisdom, Kanye West.

“Kim told me a story,” Bruce said. “And she said, ‘you know what really turned me around about thinking of all of this… Kanye… Kanye said, I can be married to most beautiful woman in the world, and I am.. I can have the most beautiful daughter, and I do… but I’m nothing if I’m not me…’ since then, Kim has been the most accepting.”

Watch the sneak peek video below—check out Popdust’s gallery of Bruce Jenner through the years—and tune into E! May 17 and 18 at 9/8c to see the two part special, Keeping Up With The Kardashians: About Bruce.


The season 3 finale of My 600-LB Life promises to be every bit as compelling and heartbreaking as all the episodes have been before it.

Tonight, the hit TLC show features the story of Marla, a self-confessed junk food junkie, who is literally eating herself into an early grave—Popdust has exclusive sneak peek video.

Marla's actual weight is unknown, but it's estimated to be around the 800-lb mark—she is so heavy that she is unable to stand-up and is permanently confined to her bed, forcing her family to look after her full time.

Part of looking after Marla involves grocery shopping, and despite their best efforts to encourage her to eat healthier—what Marla wants, Marla gets—and that involves a whole TON of junk food.

“When you go shopping for her, it's not what she needs to be eating, or what she should be eating, it's about what she want to eat," Marla's daughter explains. “f you don't come back with what she wants, she's mad."

“I bring her stuff, because I know that's what's going to make her happy," she continues. “She loves food. It's been her biggest issue, period."

And Marla loves it indeed—explaining that even though she knows all the junk food is killing her, just like any other kind of junkie, she just can not quit.

“When I start eating those foods, I can't stop," Marla admits. “I love the way it all tastes, I love the way it makes me feel. It's my comfort, but I know the food is killing me….and it's keeping me from being a part of my kids' lives."

Marla's family is also aware she is eating herself to death, and is terrified she will die if she doesn't get help soon.

“If she don't lose the weight, I'm afraid that she'll pass. I'm afraid I'll lose my mom," her tearful daughter says.

“I'm worried my kids are gonna come in here and find me dead one day," Marla says, as she sits atop her bed and fries up a tasty snack of battered fish, adds sauce and cheese, and wraps it all in a thick slice of white bread.

“The idea of that horrifies me," she says, taking a large gulp from a bottle of soda. “I need to do something fast, or that may happen. I need to change, or I'm gonna die."

Poor, poor Marla…..

Watch the sneak peek video below—check out Popdust's photo gallery—and tune into TLC tonight at 9/8c to watch the season 3 finale of My 600-LB Life

Marriage Boot Camp: Reality Stars revealed the identity of the couples starring in Season 3 a few weeks ago—and they've now teased us with a trailer from the first episode.

The 'celebrity' couples who will be seeking counseling from the experts are Kendra Wilkinson and Hank Baskett, Mike 'The Situation' Sorrentino and Lauren Pesce, Aubrey O'Day and Travis Garland, Tami Roman and Reggie Youngblood and Jeff Schroeder and Jordan Lloyd.

The pairs will be attempting to work through the deep rooted issues in their relationships with the help of experts Jim and Elizabeth Carroll and camp co-directors Isla Norman and David Bishop.  The pack intend to push the reality stars to their limits both physically and emotionally in order to save their relationships.

Here's a quick round up of the problems facing the couples:

The Situation (Jersey Shore) faces jail time for tax fraud and girlfriend Pesce (who appeared with him in The Sorrentinos) worries about this sobriety and whether he's trustworthy.

O'Day (All About Aubrey, Making The Band etc etc) and Garland (American Idol) have both dealt with cheating accusations and have a 'toxic' relationship—Bootcamp is the last resort.

Roman (Basketball Wives) and Youngblood battle a 17-year age gap and the fact that they are at totally different places in their lives.  He wants a family, she has already raised children.

Schroeder and Lloyd (Big Brother), whist appearing perfect to outsiders need to work on their communication (yawn).

Wilkinson and Baskett's (Kendra On Top) issues are well documented.  His alleged infidelity with a model namely. Kendra wants to discover "the truth" so that she can move forward.

Well Marriage Boot Camp is certainly the place to do it. There will be a new 'graveside burial' exercise as well as the good old lie detector test.

We can't wait!

Marriage Boot Camp: Reality Stars premieres on WE TV on May 29.

Keep checking back to Popdust for updates!