After Danielle Staub's criminal past came to light during last season of Real Housewives of New Jersey, the mother of two decided the only way to deal with the situation was to, well, write a book about it.
Staub stopped by TVGuide.com to plug her tell-all memoir, The Naked Truth, which details her turbulent and abusive past. She wrote the book, she says, to restore her "completely smashed" spirit following the end of filming.
For those of you curious as to what happened between seasons, Staub also reveals how her current beef with Jacqueline arose.
Plus, the housewife explains why she chose to invite her intimidating friend Danny to be her date at the fundraising event at the Brownstone featured in Monday's super-dramatic episode.
Watch the video after the jump.
Nicole 'Snooki' and Mike 'The Situation', Mark Harmon
There's no better way to work off all that Memorial Day weekend BBQ than lounging on the couch watching endless hours of TV. (Exercise is overrated.) Check out our marathon roundup for the unofficial start of summer after the jump.
Diff'rent Strokes actor Gary Coleman has been hospitalized and is in critical condition after suffering an intracranial hemorrhage, his rep said in a statement.
Report: Gary Coleman hospitalized after seizure
Coleman, who lives in Santaquin, 55 miles south of Salt Lake City, was taken to a Utah hospital on Wednesday, his rep said.
"We are saddened to announce that since mid afternoon, Mountain Time, on May 27, 2010, Mr. Coleman has been unconscious and on life support," Coleman's rep John Alcantar said in a statement. "He was immediately taken ...
While he may have been assailed as a play-it-safe type, Lee DeWyze went on to be crowned American Idol's Season 9 winner. Backstage after the finale, DeWyze shared his five techniques to make it through the competition:
Cheryl Hines has an awesome responsibility on Curb Your Enthusiasm: She not only has to bring to life her character, Cheryl David, but also to represent all the women in the world who say they, too, are married to a man like Larry David. (Or at least the cantankerous version of himself the Seinfeld co-creator plays on Curb.) "It's funny — people come up to me all the time and say, 'My husband's just like Larry' or...