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Teresa Giudice oozes glamour in a plunging silver jumpsuit during spa launch

She has faced considerable backlash for posting a petition to stop the deportation of her husband, Joe Giudice.

But Teresa Giudice appeared to be in high spirits as she attended the grand opening for the Beverly Hills Rejuvenation Center, which has expanded into Boca Raton, in Florida on Thursday night.

The Real Housewives Of New Jersey star, 46, cut an incredibly glamorous figure as she showed off her eye-popping cleavage in a perilously plunging silver jumpsuit.

Glamorous: Teresa Giudice, 46, attended the opening for the Beverly Hills Rejuvenation Center, which has expanded into Boca Raton, in Florida on Thursday

Glamorous: Teresa Giudice, 46, attended the opening for the Beverly Hills Rejuvenation Center, which has expanded into Boca Raton, in Florida on Thursday

Teresa commanded attention in the eye-catching one-piece and added a matching silver clutch to her look. 

The reality star enhanced her youthful features with a glamorous coat of make-up, and sported a sensational blowdry, complete with statement silver drop earrings. 

Teresa looked happy and relaxed as she mingled with others at the event and posed for photographs.  

The reality star and her daughters Gia, 18, Gabriella, 15, Milania, 14 and Audriana, 10, set up a petition on Change.org, to stop the deportation of Joe, which has over 42,000 supporters.

She's got front: The Real Housewives Of New Jersey star cut an incredibly glamorous figure as she showed off her eye-popping cleavage in a perilously plunging silver jumpsuit

She’s got front: The Real Housewives Of New Jersey star cut an incredibly glamorous figure as she showed off her eye-popping cleavage in a perilously plunging silver jumpsuit

Wow: Teresa commanded attention in the eye-catching one-piece and added a matching silver clutch to her look (L-R) Guest, Lisa Gastineau, Teresa and Brittny Gastineau

Wow: Teresa commanded attention in the eye-catching one-piece and added a matching silver clutch to her look (L-R) Guest, Lisa Gastineau, Teresa and Brittny Gastineau

Both Joe and Teresa spent time in prison on fraud charges, with Teresa serving 15 months and Joe recently finishing his 41-month sentence, which they served separately so their kids would have at least one parent in the house.

It was revealed that Joe was born in Italy and moved to the U.S. as an infant with his parents, but he never attained American citizenship and stayed in the country on a green card after marrying Teresa in 1999.

After serving his sentence, Giudice was ordered to be transported into Immigrations and Customs Enforcement (ICE) custody in March.

Looking good: The reality star enhanced her youthful features with a glamorous coat of make-up, and sported a sensational blowdry - with Ali Landry and Brittny Gastineau

Looking good: The reality star enhanced her youthful features with a glamorous coat of make-up, and sported a sensational blowdry – with Ali Landry and Brittny Gastineau

Loving life: Teresa looked happy and relaxed as she mingled with others at the event and posed for photographs

Loving life: Teresa looked happy and relaxed as she mingled with others at the event and posed for photographs

He filed appeals against being deported back to Italy, but those appeals were denied on Sunday, which lead to the reality star and her children setting up this petition.

But then on Thursday his immigration lawyers filed a stay in federal court and was granted a temporary delay in his order to be deported.

The family’s petition opened by stating that Joe Giudice came to America when he was an infant, and he has ‘resided in New Jersey his entire life.’

L-R: Dan Holtz, Lisa Gastineau, Teresa Giudice, Devin Haman, Guest and Brittny Gastineau

L-R: Dan Holtz, Lisa Gastineau, Teresa Giudice, Devin Haman, Guest and Brittny Gastineau 

Help: Teresa and her daughters Gia, 18, Gabriella, 15, Milania, 14 and Audriana, 10, set up a petition on Change.org, to stop the deportation of Joe, which has over 42,000 supporters

Help: Teresa and her daughters Gia, 18, Gabriella, 15, Milania, 14 and Audriana, 10, set up a petition on Change.org, to stop the deportation of Joe, which has over 42,000 supporters

‘My mother and father have fought tirelessly to pay back every single penny of restitution to court deemed they owe,’ the petition said. ‘They have made a mistake but rectified it through serving time and by financially satisfying all that was owed.

‘He is currently still in a detention center while fighting the deportation; that’s right he’s still incarcerated months after completing his prison sentence in an effort to stand by his family,’ the petition continued.

‘After completing his sentence he could’ve left the country and gone to Italy but he chose to stay in prison, hire additional counsel and make several more appeals to try to stay in the United States because he knows how much his family needs him.’

Troubles: Both Joe and Teresa spent time in prison on fraud charges, with Teresa serving 15 months and Joe recently finishing his 41-month sentence, which they served separately so their kids would have at least one parent in the house

Troubles: Both Joe and Teresa spent time in prison on fraud charges, with Teresa serving 15 months and Joe recently finishing his 41-month sentence, which they served separately so their kids would have at least one parent in the house

Daily Mail UK

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