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      Teresa Giudice is opening up about how she is trying to move forward, as she and her four daughters wait to learn if their husband and father Joe will be permanently deported to his native Italy.

      Joe grew up in the U.S., but never became a citizen; after serving 41 months in prison for fraud, a judge deported him. He has appealed and is waiting on a final ruling from Italy. She and the girls—Gia, 18, Gabriella, 15, Milania, 14, and Audriana, 10—recently visited Joe in Italy. She sat down with ABC's Good Morning America to discuss their present and future.

      "I was overjoyed seeing my daughters seeing how happy they were seeing their dad. This trip was all about focusing on our daughters. It really wasn't about us," the mother of four said about daughters reconnecting with their father.

      Discussing how they're coping, Giudice said: "Heartbreaking. Very sad. The girls are really upset. It's hard for them. Like I was just telling you before. Adults can handle anything. It's hard for children to go through this. They're asking themselves, ‘why are we going through this? I want my daddy to come home.'"

      She was also practical about the future, saying she was taking it "a day at a time," but implying that a break may be in the future. Giudice previously said that if the deportation was permanent, they'd divorce.

      Giudice said: "I want to wake up with someone every single day. I think they get it. I don't think they want to see it happen, obviously, but I think they understand. Because the way I explained it to them, how are we going to live apart? I don't think he would be faithful. I think he would have someone there and have me here. I just don't want to live that life."

      Still, that doesn't mean her love for her husband of 20 years has been erased.

      "There's always gonna be a place in my heart for Joe," she said. "I'm always gonna love him, no matter what."


      Kim Kardashian has had it with her sister Kourtney's obsession with healthful living. The Poosh guru has never kept her penchant for healthy food and lifestyle choices a secret, but Kim is wondering if a kids birthday party is the best time to bust out the kale chips and dried fruit candy.

      In a new clip from Keeping Up With the Kardashians, Kim drags Kourtney for only wanting healthy candy at North West and Penelope Disick's Candyland birthday party.

      Kourtney goes, "Yeah, healthy candy!" So Kim was like, "It's Candyland, Kourtney! It's not gonna be healthy." Kourtney disagreed and said she was going to look into it after being unable .

      In a confessional, Kim griped: "Kourtney has this vision of no sugar or no disgusting chemicals in candy. It's like a completely sugar-free, gluten-free, party-free, fun-free zone because Kourtney has decided that it just doesn't make sense and it wasn't the theme of what North and Penelope wanted for their birthday party."

      Kourtney later said, "There's just better solutions to your dated candy that's literally food coloring that gives people diseases."

      Kim then clapped back with, "This is about a kids' party. This is not about your brand....Then why does your car have leather seats? Why are you wearing plastic glasses?"

      For the full fireworks, watch the next KUWTK on E! on Sunday at 9 pm.


      Mo'Nique has officially filed a lawsuit against Neflix, accusing the streaming service of pay discrimination. She took to Instagram to share the news and explained her decision behind the lawsuit. The comedienne wrote, "Hey, My Loves. I can confirm that today I filed a pay discrimination lawsuit against Netflix."

      She continued, "I had a choice to make: I could accept what I felt was pay discrimination or I could stand up for those who came before me and those who will come after me. I choose to stand up. I don't have any further comment at this time, but I appreciate all of your support and love."

      According to TMZ, Mo'Nique alleged in the lawsuit that Netflix paid Amy Schumer $13 million for a comedy special, and that race and gender played a role in her only being offered $500,000.

      Mo'Nique's attorney, Michael W. Parks, said in a statement, "Netflix is one of Hollywood's most innovative companies, yet it not only perpetuates racial and gender inequality, it also takes advantage of a gender pay gap that disproportionately affects black women, who nationwide make only 61 cents for every dollar white males bring home. When Mo'Nique, one of the most well-known black female comedians in America, faced that anachronistic attitude, she knew it was time to challenge the status quo."

      Mo'Nique asked that fans stand with her and boycott Netflix in January 2018 after receiving the lowball offer.


      Moving on! Angelina Jolie, 44, is ready to move on with her dating life after a very public, ugly split from Brad Pitt, 55, with whom she shares six children.

      Jolie, an insider tells Us Weekly, "has been on a few dates," but "nothing serious" has yet emerged.

      "She isn't closed to the idea of meeting someone new, but it's not her main priority," says the source. "She's all about focusing on the kids, her job, and cleaning up her messy divorce."

      Recently, Jolie has hinted in interviews to a new phase in her life, explaining revisiting her role in Maleficent helped.

      She told People last month: "It was a tough time. I'd been coming off a few years of difficulty, and I was not feeling very strong. In fact, I was feeling pretty broken. It took me a moment to feel the strength of Maleficent again."

      Jolie and Pitt share daughters Zahara, 14, Shiloh, 13, and Vivienne, 11, and sons Maddox, 18, Pax, 15, and Knox, 11.

      Jolie has no plans to marry again, even if she does get serious about someone, a source tells Us.

      "She will never get married again," the source explains. "She felt that Brad pressured her into getting married, and it was something that she never wanted to do."


      Jessica Simpson and her family of five have had a rough week. The 39-year-old shared that husband Eric, daughter Maxi, 7, son Ace, 6, and daughter Birdie, 7 months, got hit by a wave of illnesses and injuries.

      "It was a challenging 10 days for the family. Lots of puke, scary high fevers, coughing, and a concussion to top it all off," Simpson shared on Instagram on Wednesday.

      She included a shot of herself and Maxi catching their z's on the couch Several followers, including actress January Jones, shared their best wishes.

      This latest rough patch comes on top of a tough year for Simpson who suffered "months of sciatica pain" while pregnant with Birdie, weeks of bronchitis and severe ankle swelling. After giving birth, she shed 100 pounds in six months, by prioritizing healthy eating, walks and lots of sleep.

      Her trainer Harley Pasternak told People: "My mantra is you get lean in life, and strong in the gym. So the majority of the weight loss actually came from everything she did outside of the gym, and then everything in the gym is about toning and tightening."


      Kristen Stewart and Shia LaBeouf have both had pretty wild lives. They bonded over their past, present and future in a candid new interview with Variety. The pair talk to each other about what growing up in the spotlight was like, and how it has changed who they are today.

      As it turns out, Stewart was a shrinking violet as a kiddo.

      "When I was a kid...I was extremely shy and not somebody who you would think would want to be an actor," Stewart told LaBeouf. "I don't know how you were as a little kid, 'cause we both did that and that's a weird thing to have in common, but I definitely had to like...I had to do dig...I was a I think I'm really talkative now, I'm f--kin' killin' it. I talk to f--kin' everyone now."

      LaBeouf, meanwhile, revealed that his lack of formal schooling left him insecure.

      "I used to walk around with a pen and a pad, almost litigious, like, 'Hey, what's your name? Oh, cool.' Then I'd write it in a little notepad," LaBeouf recalled. "I wanted to seem studious, because I didn't go to school and I didn't learn how to do this acting thing."

      Same, Stewart said: "I have this chip right here too."

      They also, they agreed, remain dissatisfied.

      He said: "I think I'm deeply dissatisfied with life.… This is where things get tricky for me. It isn't my whole life. I have to get OK with that. It's usually where things go awry for me is when I'm not on a set. Life gets hard."

      Stewart added that she isn't sure if she's talented: "I consider myself extremely impulsive and compulsive. Sometimes it works, and sometimes it doesn't. When people are really proud of their work, I'm like, "Sure, you made it possible for this to occur, I guess. You kind of stood in the right place."

      LaBeouf continued: "Like having a butterfly land on your shoulder or


      TRAILER FOR BEN AFFLECK ADDICTION DRAMA DROPS: A new trailer for Ben Affleck's The Way Back has dropped. The film is a low-budget drama in which Affleck—who has famously struggled with addiction issues—plays an alcoholic former basketball star who is given a shot at coaching. The film's described as a story that "touches the heart and shows the power of redemption and the human spirit to rise." Last month around Halloween, Affleck was photographed apparently drunk. He said later: "It's a slip but I'm not going to let it derail me."

      KEVIN HART RECALLS ‘HUMBLING' BATHROOM EXPERIENCE WHILE RECOVERING, FRIEND SPEAKS OUT: Kevin Hart is opening up about the hardships he dealt with following his serious car accident in September. Hart told SiriusXM's "Straight From the Hart": "I could not f-----g move. I could not wipe my a--- … I literally — I couldn't do none of that." Meanwhile, his friend Rebecca Broxterman, who was involved in the crash along with her fiancé Jared S. Black, has broken her silence on the crash with an Instagram post. "Feeling so much better!" she wrote. "We are both healing! Jared is well on the road to recovery after having major back surgery! We are doing physical therapy together a few times a week! Our relationship is stronger than ever and we have so much to be thankful for! Life can take you in many different directions and we are just so happy to be here for it all! We have felt so much love these past 2.5 months and that doesn't go unnoticed! So thank you to each one of you! This is our journey... it will have ups and it will have downs but we will always have each other. @thejaredstanton I love you so much and am thankful that we are doing life together!"

      GOOP GIFT GUIDE DROPS: Goop's 2019 Gift Guide has dropped. Predictably, it's quite the luxe affair, from $9 dental floss to a year of nature outings worth $1.3 million. All told, the list tops $2.6 million. Some of the notables: a $800 hydroponic micro garden, a $400 olive tree and a $2,600 convertible bassinet that doubles as an ottoman. And who couldn't use a $55 suede whip and $425 gold handcuffs?

      PRINCE HARRY & MEGHAN MARKLE SHARE NEW ARCHIE SNAP: Meghan Markle and Prince Harry shared a new picture of their son Archie with their grandfather Prince Charles, who was celebrating his 71st birthday.

      DEMI ROSE DEFENDS RUNWAY WALK: British model Demi Rose is defending herself after a video of her runway appearance at the Oh Polly fashion show during Miami Fashion Week in July went viral. "Why is Demi Rose's walk strange?" one person tweeted. Someone else wrote, "Demi rose is beautiful but her runway walk was embarrassing." Rose saw the buzz and defender herself: "All jokes aside yes I'm not the best runway model. I was super nervous, didn't want to do it, my top went missing backstage, my shoes were too big for me in height and size not to mention I was dealing with personal issues loosing my parents, my mom a month before."


      NETFLIX, PARAMOUNT SIGN ON BEVERLY HILLS COP: Paramount and Netflix have signed on a one-time license deal (with an option for a sequel) that will allow the streamer to make the fourth installment of the Beverly Hills Cop series. Eddie Murphy will star, with Jerry Bruckheimer producing.

      SCARLETT JOHANSSON REGRETS SEXUALIZATION: Scarlett Johansson regrets some of her early acting choices, she tells The Hollywood Reporter. "I feel when I was working in my early 20s and even in my late teens/early 20s, I felt that I sort of got, somehow, typecast. I was very hyper-sexualized," she said. "Which was, I guess, at the time, seemed OK to everyone. It was another time. Even though it wasn't a part of my own narrative, it was, kind of, crafted for me by probably a bunch of dudes in the industry. And I guess that worked then, but it was really difficult for me to try to figure out how to get out of being an ingenue or the other woman because it was never anything that I had intended." She credits her Tony Award winning role in Arthur Miller's A View From the Bridge in 2009, for changing the way she thought about approaching her career.

      CARLA HALL, HESTON BLUMENTHAL, MORE SIGN UP FOR CRAZY DELICIOUS: Celebrity chefs Carla Hall, Niklas Ekstedt and Heston Blumenthal are set to star in Netflix and Channel 4's cooking competition, Crazy Delicious. British comedian Jayde Adams will host. The chefs will judge three cooks who duke it out to create the best meal possible; the set will be edible too, with chocolate soil and a safe-to-drink stream. The show will drop on Netflix next year.

      DISNEY+ PULLS SIMPSONS EPISODE? The full Simpsons library is available for the first time on Disney+, but a popular, and infamous, episode has been held back. Stark Raving Dad, from 1991, is not available, according to The Hollywood Reporter. Observers suspected that the show was nixed because Michael Jackson guest-starred as Leon Kompowsky, a man Homer meets in a mental institution. In March of this year, the episode was pulled from circulation following the release of HBO's Leaving Neverland, in which Jackson was accused of molesting multiple boys. Jackson's estate has denied the allegations.