Teresa Giudice from "The Real Housewives of New Jersey" is dying to get back in with the gays after her husband Joe made gay slurs on the show. In an act of gay goodwill, she hosted "Closet Sundays" at the Beatles Revolution Lounge at the Mirage in Vegas. But the crowd there was none too thrilled to see the guidess. It's too bad because she was well on her way to becoming a gay icon with her huge hair, loud clothes, and gauche behavior before Joe opened his big trap. But is her table-flipping enough to make the gay community forgive and forget? [NY Post]
After the jump, the lessons Teresa can learn from other gay icons.
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