Nancy Grace Thinks Teresa Giudice Will Definitely Go to Jail & Finally Gives Us the Real-Talk We've Been Craving

There are two things I love most in this world: Sensationalist crime reporting, and the Giudices. Imagine my excitement when the two subjects were combined last night on Andy Cohen's Watch What Happens Live. On the late night program, everyone's favorite HLN murderer-caller-outer was there and she did not hold back. Nancy Grace predicted the Giudices would go to jail and it was pretty much the realest-talk we've heard since Teresa Giuidice and Joe were indicted with 39 counts of fraud. Grace slammed the Real Housewives of New Jersey stars and, hello! It was fantastic.

When a caller asked Grace to predict what will happen when these two bozos are sentenced in February, the southern prosecutor was more than happy to share her thoughts. Grace explains that she thinks Teresa and Joe were in it together and believes that the Feds will make an example out of them, like they did with Martha Stewart. Grace explains in no uncertain terms that "they're going down" and when Cohen counters that Teresa Giudice said she had no idea what was going on, Grace stares him down like he's a little boy with chocolate all over his face, insisting that no, he didn't eat that donut, he swears. Don't play dumb when Nancy's on the case, y'all. Classic.

I don't know about you guys, but this straight-talk about the Giudice prison sentence is what I've been craaaaaaving. Finally! Someone is telling it like it is. Normally, I only watch Nancy Grace when I'm in a hotel room and I'm too lazy to find that ridiculously slim piece of lamented paper that tells you which channels are what, but now that's she's talking about some Real Housewives drama and has put "Tot Mom" to rest, I just might have to tune in more often.

Now, can we please get Nancy Grace's opinion on the Kardashians? I'd love to hear what she thinks. Actually, let's just give her a show on E! or Bravo. Celebrity news might be her new specialty.

Watch Nancy Grace predict the end of the Giudices: