The 43-year-old star of Bravo's Real Housewives of New Jersey served 11 months behind bars for fraud and was freed in December, just before Christmas and four months early. Her husband, Joe Giudice, was indicted with her and is set to begin a 41-month prison sentence in March.
"Teresa and I have texted and she seems really, she seems great," Andy Cohen, host of Bravo's Watch What Happens Live, told E! News exclusively at the Hillshire Snacking "Snack Week" kickoff in New York Thursday, where he helped launch the new line of snacks. "She seems really good. She looks great. she's going to be on my show next week, I think."
Good Morning America's Amy Robach tweeted Thursday Teresa gave first post-prison TV interview to the ABC show and that it will air on Feb. 9. The reality star has not commented.
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After her prison release, Teresa reunited several times with co-star and sister-in-law Melissa Gorga. The two have often gotten into heated arguments on the Bravo show. Teresa, her husband and their four daughters spent Christmas Eve with Melissa, 36, and husband Joe Gorga, Teresa's brother, and their three children. Teresa and Melissa also hung out again on New Year's Eve.
Earlier this week, Teresa appeared to be in great spirits as she made her first red carpet appearance since her prison release, at the opening of Melissa's store, Envy By Melissa Gorga.
"They seem to be getting along, for now, so I think that's great," Cohen told E! News. 'Yes, I'm thrilled about that. I always say 'for now.' We don't know what could happen."
Melissa has been working out since her prison release. She was spotted leaving a yoga class together with Melissa.
"She's in great shape," Cohen said. "She's really into yoga, so it's 'Namaste Teresa.'"
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