Joe Giudice Attempts TikTok Dance With Daughters Gia and Milania

first_imgIn another clip, the trio danced to Marv Allen‘s “Out the Frame.” This time, Giudice followed along with his daughters while they all pumped their arms in the air. At the end of the video, he waved and walked out of the frame while Gia and Milania kept dancing.Joe Giudice Attempts TikTok Dance With Daughters Gia and Melania During ReunionJoe Giudice with daughters Gia and Melania. Courtesy of Gia Giudice/InstagramThe former Real Housewives of New Jersey star shares Gia, Gabriella, 16, Milania and Audriana, 11, with his ex-wife, Teresa Giudice. Gia and Milania arrived in Italy earlier this month, marking the first time they have visited their dad in nearly one year.“Happy to be back,” Milania captioned an Instagram photo of herself smiling with her dad on November 6. The teenager later took to her Instagram Story to post videos with Gia walking through Rome. “We’re back,” she wrote.- Advertisement – “She’s helping out a lot out here, it’s good because I have a lot of things going on out here and she’s putting together a lot of deals for me,” he said on October 9. “We’ve been seeing each other, you know what I mean? I wouldn’t say that we’re boyfriend, girlfriend, but we’re kind of like hanging out a lot.”Joe added that he still talks to his daughters “every day” despite the distance. “Milania was just gonna call me now,” he said. “I was watching them play soccer yesterday through the phone. So, good thing for the phones. It’s better to be there in person, but what are you gonna do? Right now, I wouldn’t be able to come there anyway.”Joe Giudice Attempts TikTok Dance With Daughters Gia and Melania During ReunionJoe Giudice with daughters Gia and Melania. Courtesy of Gia Giudice/InstagramTeresa, for her part, has since moved on with boyfriend Luis “Louie” Ruelas. A source told Us Weekly on Monday, November 9, that their romance is “very new, but they are happy.”Listen to Us Weekly’s Hot Hollywood as each week the editors of Us break down the hottest entertainment news stories! Practice makes perfect! Joe Giudice showed off his best moves while attempting a TikTok dance with his daughters Gia and Milania during their visit to Italy.Gia, 19, shared a clip on Sunday, November 15, via Instagram of herself, Milania, 14, and her father, 48, dancing to “Adderall (Corvette Corvette)” by Popp Hunna. While Gia and Milania kept up with the routine, Giudice stood in the back swaying side to side.- Advertisement – Joe’s daughters last visited him in December 2019, just two months after he moved to Italy following his deportation order. The former Bravo personality was taken into ICE custody nine months prior after completing a 41-month prison sentence.Joe and Teresa, 48, announced their separation in December 2019. The pair’s divorce was finalized in September. One month later, Joe told Wendy Williams that he’s been dating a lawyer.- Advertisement – – Advertisement –last_img read more

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Syracuse’s season ends with national semifinal loss to Clemson in penalty kicks

first_img Related Stories Syracuse squanders opportunities in Final 4 loss to Clemson Published on December 11, 2015 at 8:53 pm Contact Jon: | @jmettus KANSAS CITY, Kan. — Clemson’s T.J. Casner’s shot bulged in the back of the net and the Tigers’ players stormed onto the field. Four penalty kicks and four goals for Clemson left Syracuse midfielder Chris Nanco at midfield with his shirt pulled over his head. Oskar Sewerin, the last kicker for the Orange, put his hands on his hips and remained motionless as he watched Clemson celebrate.Syracuse wasn’t supposed to be here.The Orange lost nearly 70 percent of it scoring from last season, a Hermann Trophy finalist in goalie Alex Bono and its entire back line. It started two freshmen on the defense and one in net each game and was winless against ranked teams during the regular season.Finally, on Friday, the No. 6 seed Orange overstayed its welcome, losing to No. 2 seed Clemson, 0-0, but 4-1 in penalty kicks, in the Final Four.The Tigers will advance to the NCAA title game on Sunday at 1 p.m. against the winner of No. 8 Stanford and No. 4 Akron while SU’s season is now over.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textSyracuse and Clemson split the first two meetings between the teams. The Tigers beat the Orange at home, 1-0, on Oct. 17 with a last-minute goal off a turnover. SU took down Clemson, 2-0, on Nov. 11 on the road to advance to the ACC title game.In the first half on Friday, Syracuse let up just one shot — a blocked-shot rebound attempt from Clemson’s Michael Melvin that SU goalie Hendrik Hilpert had to dive to stop. The Orange, meanwhile, had mustered four.In the second half, Syracuse piled on the shots, finishing 90 minutes with a 12-3 shot advantage, but with nothing to show for it.In the final minutes of regulation, Ben Polk found the ball on his foot inside the box one-on-one with Clemson goalie Andrew Tarbell. But Polk blasted the shot directly into Tarbell’s body and the game went to overtime.In the second of two 10-minute overtime periods, SU forward Chris Nanco got his chance — a through ball from midfielder Oyvind Alseth that Nanco hit into the chest of a charging Tarbell.Despite an overwhelming number of chances, Syracuse’s dream season ended in penalty kicks. Commentscenter_img Facebook Twitter Google+last_img read more