RHONJ star Joe Giudice warns fans NOT to watch TV because it ‘turns your brain to mush’ despite return to Bravo show – The Sun

JOE Giudice has told fans to "stay away" from TV – despite his recent return to Real Housewives Of New Jersey.

The 47-year-old reality star said people should try at-home workouts rather than turn to their favourite shows during the coronavirus quarantine.

Joe demonstrated a few of his own fitness moves in an Instagram video he posted on Saturday.

Wearing a pair of grey joggers, the father-of-four said: "Hello everyone.

"I know we're going through the darkest times that the world has ever seen and I want to see if i can encourage some people…"

He went on: "Stay away from the TV, stay busy and do what you can. Stay away from television, it will mush your brain."

Joe then let fans into his self-isolation workouts, which included doing push-ups and kickboxing.

He captioned the clip: "Trying to stay on track."

His advice to avoid the television comes just months after he returned to Bravo in the last season of RHONJ.

Joe featured in several scenes from when his estranged wife Teresa and their four daughters, Gia, 19, Gabriella, 16, Milania, 15, and Audriana, 11, visited him in Italy in November.

He is currently living in Salerno in the Campania region of Italy.

He returned to Italy after being released form an ICE detention in October 2019, where he's awaiting the outcome of his latest deportation appeal.

This followed the dad completing his 41-month prison sentence in March.

In December he and Teresa announced they were divorcing after more than 20 years of marriage.

Joe recently shared photos of Teresa and their daughters and begged ‘take me back’ amid Italian coronavirus crisis.

Joe posted pictures of his four daughters along with ex Teresa writing "#takemeback."

He is currently living in Salerno in the Campania region of Italy. It's in the south of the country away from the areas most effected by the outbreak.

Joe added in his post how he learned in prison to be independent and not rely on others such as the media.

Joe went on: "Relying on others to make our decisions will make us robots.

"We need to make our own choices because if we don’t their is no significant meaning to our lives."

He recently posted a video singing Viva Italia on his balcony with friends and family joining him.

The track is a popular pop song from 1979 and has become something of a national anthem in Italy.

"Staying positive with [music]," Joe wrote on Instagram.

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