Time is running out for Joe Giudice. The “Real Housewives of New Jersey” star, set to be kicked out of the country following his 41-month prison sentence, has had his appeal denied by the Board of Immigration.
Not all hope is lost however, as he has one last chance at avoiding having to return to Italy; basically appealing the appeal.
Should he be deported, his wife Teresa Giudice has already stated their marriage would be over.
Just days after being spotted together at their daughter’s first birthday party, Khloe Kardashian seems to be shading ex Tristan Thompson. The 34-year-old posted several quotes on Instagram Wednesday. The most interesting one saying, “Dear men. Close your eyes. Imagine you have a daughter. Imagine she is dating a guy just like you. Did you smile? No. Then change.”
What could that possibly be referring to, other than Tristan’s cheating ways?
Kodak Black was arrested on weapon and drug charges as he tried to return from Canada on Wednesday. While fans were left disappointed when the rapper’s concert in Boston was abruptly canceled Wednesday night, it now has been revealed that was due to Kodak being in custody.
According to New York state police, the 21-year-old and two others were stopped and arrested for carrying at least two guns and a supply of marijuana when they tried to enter the country.
Lindsay Lohan’s step-mom pleaded not guilty to disorderly conduct on Wednesday. Kate Major Lohan was a passenger on a chartered bus in Allentown last Christmas when she accused the female driver of missing her stop. She continued to verbally harass the driver before grabbing her coat. Kate then got behind the wheel and pushed buttons while the bus was still running.
She was arrested, charged and spent the holiday behind bars. This was her seventh arrest in five years.
As Khloe Kardashian shares more photos from her daughter’s first birthday party, other details are being revealed about the cost of the shindig. The price of the extravagant looking balloon display alone, cost the reality star about $8,500. The cluster of multi-colored balloons that arched over the dessert table, contained between 1,200 and 2,000 individual balloons with another 200 to 300 more framing the table.
What fans are wondering about the most is how much the matching mother-daughter blue dresses and duster jackets from August Getty cost?
Actor Jason Momoa has a drastic new look. The “Game of Thrones” and “Aquaman” star recently shaved his beard, leaving many fans utterly distraught.
The act was for a good cause though. The 39-year-old shared a video of himself shaving in the middle of a plastic filled desert to promote recycling.
Jason had not shaved his facial hair in SEVEN years.
Jason Biggs’ wife Jenny Mollen took to Instagram to share a terrifying incident involving the couple’s 5-year-old son. The 39-year-old wrote that she accidentally dropped the child, causing him to fracture his skull and landing him in the ICU. She went on to thank all of the staff that cared for her son at the hospital and shared that he was now recovering nicely at home.
The incident happened just six months after Jason and Jenny’s other son, 1-year-old Lazlo, was bitten by a dog.
Mya-Lecia Naylor has died. The rising British star, who appeared on popular children’s series “Millie Inbetween” and the show “Almost Never,” passed away on April 7th. The cause of death is unknown. She was 16.
Olivia Jade is terrified she will have to testify against her parents, Lori Loughlin and Mossimo Giannulli. A source told ET that while Olivia and her older sister Isabella knew about their parents “speaking to someone who could get them into USC,” they “didn’t realize the extreme” length they went to.
The source added that “Olivia’s still mad at her parents,” but does not want to testify against them if the case goes trial.
Louis Tomlinson has returned to social media, a month after his younger sister’s death. The former One Direction member sent a tweet, thanking his fans for their support and announcing he has returned to the studio.
Louis’ sister, Felicite was found on March 13 in her apartment after she reportedly collapsed from a heart attack. She was 18.
Actor Richard Madden doesn’t like sex scenes. He tells “Elle” magazine he “dreads” them. He bared his bare rear-end on Game of Thrones and plays a lover of Elton John’s in the forthcoming “Rocket Man.”
A judge has blocked release of video evidence showing Patriots owner Bob Kraft engaging in lewd behavior at a massage parlor. Prosecutors had announced plans to reveal the footage, but Kraft has dodged a public relations bullet, at least for now.
Alex Trebek is working on a new season of Jeopardy! He announced in March he was diagnosed with Stage 4 Pancreatic Cancer. But after a first round of treatments, he said he’s “feeling good” and back at work.
Designer Marc Jacobs is selling his $16 million New York City townhome. He bought it in ’09 for $10 million. It includes 4300 square feet and includes a terrace, courtyard, and giant walk-in closet.
Adam Levine is selling his Beverly Hills mansion after living there for only a year. He bought it for $33.9 million, dumped $7 million into renovations, and is listing it for $42.5 million. It’s over 10,000 square feet with 5 bedrooms. It’s located in the iconic 90210 zip code.
Madonna released new Wednesday at Noon, but was upstaged by the surprise release of Beyonce’s “Homecoming,” a 40 track live album. The album coincides with the premier of a documentary about her on Netflix. Homecoming skyrocketed to #1 on the iTunes charts. The clean, profanity-free version climbed to #8. Madonna’s preorders didn’t crack the top 10.
The Naval Academy will ban transgender people who have undergone sex change surgery by the start of the 2020 school year, according to the Department of Defense. DOD notes that not all people who claim to be transgender will be banned, only those who have begun hormone treatments or had the sex change surgery will be disallowed entry. It’s an extension of President Trump’s transgender military policies enacted in 2018 and follows former Defense Secretary James Mattis’ policies.