Teresa Giudice Storms Out Of ‘Access Hollywood’ Interview!
Welp, you done it this time, Hollywood.
More specifically, Access Hollywood: Live.
Even more specifically, Kit Hoover and and guest host David Karger.
During a satellite interview with The Real Housewives of New Jersey's Melissa Gorga and Teresa Giudice, Karger asked Giudice about her husband Joe's possible deportation to Italy after he serves his prison sentence.
Oh no. ABORT, Karger. ABORT.
"Next question please… " Giudice declared before saying to Kruger, "you know what, I don't think that's something you should be asking."
'Well," Hoover interjected, "everybody's talking about it and it could be a reality…"
"Yeah, no I'm sorry, I think that's really rude," Guidice said, steam starting to rise from her head.
"Okay, well it is a fact and we're probably going to see it on the show so I don't think that was a rude question…" Hoover said (with a bit of attitude, I will say).
"No you're not gonna see it on the show," Giudice interrupted her, clearly not down with Hoover's tone.
Hoover then tried to change the subject, but this one was no better. It had to do with The Real Housewives of Orange County's Heather Dubrow criticizing Giudice's lack of remorse after being released from prison.
"As a matter of fact, I'm going to leave," Giudice finally said as she got up and ripped her mic off.
"Cause I don't think that…. to even ask that…"
Giudice's mic pack nearly whacked Gorga in the face as her sister-in-law made her exit.
This isn't the first time Giudice as avoided the question of Joe's future.
Last week, she gave an interview to ABC News from her New Jersey home, and managed to shut down the question of deportation without ruining the interview.
Access Hollywood's questions were likely a result of bad timing: Guidice was over talking about her family's run-ins with the law, and is now ready to move forward.
The problem is, those run-ins are pretty much the main reason she's famous right now.
The Real Housewives of New Jersey airs Sundays at 8/9 central on Bravo.