Gia Giudice Just 13 Video
Gia Giudice has released another music video for her girl band 3KT (featuring Lil Cee), but in a departure from the girl-band style, this one has the camera centered on Gia singing soulfully into the camera about her teenage woes being in the public spotlight, with intermittent shots of family photos in the background. Sound wise, Gia does great, but the lyrics are enough to throw shivers down the spine of anyone who has been watching the Giudice debacle unfold over the last few months. Is the attention too much for Gia? She answers that question herself in the lyrics, and the answer might just surprise you.
“Guess the elephant is getting to big for the room. Maybe these walls are closing in.”
“Mama said to be strong so against this storm I stand, through it all.”
“It’s just a joke to you. I’m just another hashtag. And if a camera crew followed you. What would they see? You’re just like me.”
“So go on and talk about it. Enjoy your life. Go ahead, and tweet about it. And although it may sting, I am a queen, and I feel nothing.”
“Filled with strength and dignity you won’t break me. You’re not that strong. I’ve got moxie. And the best is yet to come.”
“Just let me be me. I’m just 13.”
The video ends with a clip of Teresa saying “I don’t know what else to do,” as she’s looking through a closet, and then she blows a kiss to the camera.
What do you think? Is someone exploiting Gia’s pain, or are they looking out for her best interests by encouraging her to share her story?
Marriage Bootcamp – Week Three – And Someone Goes BSC!
Marriage Bootcamp week 3 and the cast is going a little stir crazy locked up in the house. In real time it’s probably been less than a few weeks. Spencer is particularly bored, because he has the attention span of a knat. He fills his days drawing stick figures of the cast on his notebook, and penning unending poems. He is a talentless, witless fool and everyone is humoring him.
The first exercise of the day is to throw blame around – literally. There is a huge rack of medicine balls with “problems” written on them, and the couples choose their biggest problem then toss it to their partner, shifting the blame. In their segment, Natalie flips a switch and starts pushing Jason, until he turns at her and says in a scary calm voice that she’d better knock it off.
Aviva and Reid again show zero emotion – Aviva doesn’t even really talk to Reid, instead she turns to the group and says “he blah blah blah” rather than saying to Reid “you blah blah blah.” It’s hard to explain but she’s whack. Reid is equally whack, and tries to blame Aviva for Reid cutting his parents out of his life. Lots of head nodding goes on as he talks, and the counselors call this information ‘dark.” Why has Reid cut his parents out of his life? Hmmmm.
The couple that stirred up the most controversy were Tyson and Rachel – the unmarried but dating six years couple from Survivor. Rachel grabs the “wedding” ball. Tyson accepts the blame on that one, but in a moment of panic and looking only to deflect, grabs the “quality time” ball, and tells Rachel that he’s upset because she has a habit of texting him at 6 and saying she’ll be home in half an hour, then rolling in the door at 2 am. Jaws drop. Tyson’s deflection is perfect as the pack, led by nitwits Speidi, lap it up and turn on Rachel.
Lunch is spend with people hounding Rachel for being so mean and thoughtless. Spencer says that he’s changed his mind, and Tyson shouldn’t marry her. Heidi says (over and over again) that she wouldn’t put up with that from Spencer, until Rachel snaps back that she’s heard her, and there is no reason to repeat it. Natalie defends Rachel unequivocally, and loudly, telling Tyson that unless he puts a ring on it Rachel can do whatever she likes. Rachel is just rolling her eyes at all of this because as she tries to explain, she only does this when she’s bartending – it’s not like she’s shifty or anything. And while she could take the time to let Tyson know what’s going on – people are blowing it way out of proportion. Tyson of course is lapping up all the attention – playing with the dimwits – like a cat with a mouse.
Next up the group dress up in space suits and each pair takes a turn standing in front of everyone else, while the group shoots the person they think it most responsible for the couples’ biggest issue. Kinda of a boring segment – expect doormat Rachel picks quality time as their biggest issue – while Tyson says nothing but in a voice over explains he was shocked that the manipulation was working. Only nitwits Speidi blame Rachel though – the rest of the group is on to Tyson. Heidi gets in Rachel’s face screaming that co-dependent Speidi would never be out of communication like that. I suspect she has a tracer on the poor guy. Rachel snaps back that not everyone in the world wants to be like Speidi. Heh. Natalie of course shoots Tyson and yells at him a little as well. Then things get really crazy.
It’s Natalie and Jason’s turn, and (I think) everyone shoots Natalie to assign her the blame for their problem. Natalie can not believe that Rachel shot her. She starts to simmer, and then fume, and then her fuse blows and she starts to scream in Rachel’s face. It was unbelievable, and everyone is in total shock.
Natalie storms upstairs, goes into Rachel’s room and grabs her wedding dress and throws it over the balcony at the group below, continuing her tantrum. The therapists eventually venture upstairs to calm her down, and try to get her to understand that Rachel was being a real friend by telling her the truth, but Natalie is absolutely irrational – she makes Aviva look sane. Eventually she comes down and apologizes to …. Jason – ??whaaa and then the group – but not Rachel.
The fun doesn’t end there. Later that night Natalie and dimwit Heidi channel their mean girls and put on the wedding dress to rub it in to Rachel that they are marriage material and she’s not. I kid you not.