On the season finale of The Real Housewives of New Jersey Sunday night, viewers were finally able to see the wives' reaction to the recent prison sentencing of Teresa Giudice and husband Joe on fraud charges.
"That's why your [family's] getting destroyed now," said Teresa Aprea, who was still angry at Giudice for spreading the rumor that her husband, Rino, slept with her mother. "Karma's a bitch. Clink , clink," she continued, mimicking the sound of handcuffs.
The finale centered around Dina Manzo's Project Ladybug annual charity event to raise money for children with cancer, but the simmering tension between the twins and Giudice nearly overshadowed it.
"Teresa, are you that stupid?" Nicole Napolitano asked Giudice at the event about why she shared the rumor with Manzo, before Aprea. Napolitano's twin added, "Please let me think you have a brain."
After burying his son, Mike Murburg ballooned to almost 400 lbs. – but he also credits his son for saving his life and setting him down the path to healthier living.
"It really didn’t get to me until I was about five minutes away from The National Cemetery," the Biggest Loser contestant tells PEOPLE of realizing the role his son played in his weight-loss journey. "Then it occurred to me that by making me promise him that I would [get healthy], he saved my life."
It'll be his first comedy special in four years – and the first he's ever directed – so comedian Dane Cook was all in for his Showtime comedy special Troublemaker.
"All the mysteries of life will be revealed," the 42-year-old jokes. "No, honestly, it was me ponying up my own cash and you'll get to watch something that I truly dreamed of."
Here are five reasons you don't want to miss Friday night's special.
From Michael Jackson to Patrick Swayze to … Alfonso Ribeiro?
Eight-year-old Charlie has already impressively tackled some of the most iconic dance numbers of all time, but he has always been a solo act – until now.
That all changed Thursday when Charlie met Dancing with the Stars contestant Ribeiro and his pro-dancer partner Witney Carson backstage at a taping of The Queen Latifah Show.
In an upcoming episode of Oprah: Where Are They Now on OWN, YouTube sensation and former Glee star Charice Pempengco gets personal, addressing gender identity questions head on.
"Basically, my soul is like male," Pempengco, 22, tells Oprah Winfrey after the talk show host asks about rumors of a gender transition. "But I'm not going to go through that stage where I change everything."
In recent months, the singer and actress, who officially came out as a lesbian last year, has gone through some significant appearance changes, causing some to speculate that aside from sexual orientation, a full gender transformation may be underway.