Natalie Guercio made her reality debut on the fourth season of “Mob Wives” and soon, she’ll be returning to the series for its fifth season.
“This season it is definitely going to be insanely crazier then last year!” Guercio revealed to CableTV in an email interview. ”Friends that became enemies will never be friends again, jealousy and insecurities are at an all time high, lines that shouldn’t be crossed are. Two 2-legged rats are worse than a 4-legged rat and once your family is a rat, you’re a rat.” »TWEET THIS«
Ahead of the new season, Guercio is focused on her duties as a single mom, as well as several other exciting projects.
Expanding Her Brand
Since signing with Howie Wood Entertainment, Guercio has branched out as a brand. Not only is she expanding her music portfolio, the reality star and single mom is set to release a line of clutches.
“I wanted to create something delicious, fun, fashion forward and affordable for all,” Guercio said of the line. “I hope everyone has as much fun ‘rocking’ my clutch line as I had making them.”
Guercio’s clutch line will be available globally in 2015.
The Family Funeral Home
Guercio is working as the CEO of her grandfather’s funeral home, Carto Funeral Home. According to her VH1 bio, she and her family have lived in, owned, and operated the funeral home since the 1950’s.
In 2011, Guercio took over the business in hopes of restoring the home – which has buried a “who’s who of the Philadelphia underworld” – to its former glory.
More Music on the Way
Guercio’s latest single will be released in December, coinciding with the premiere of “Mob Wives” season five.
“I’m so excited to be working on my next single,” Guercio said. “I had so much fun last year with the making of ‘Delicious’ that I am now taking a more serious approach in my music career with this next track, titled ‘Throttle.’”
Caring for Children
Guercio has a lot going on in her life, but at the end of the day, it’s her son, 10-year-old Nunzio, who is most important to her.
Beyond that, she channels her nurturing side by working with foundations that help children who are victims of bullying. As part of her efforts, Guercio wants to bring awareness to how childhood bullying can impact adults.
“She wants to make a positive impact on people’s lives and for the issues important to her,” a source close to Guercio said. “She is grateful for the platform that VH1 has given her and wants to use that to try and make a difference.”
VH1 renewed “Mob Wives” for a fifth season in February and the cast, including Guercio, Renee Graziano, Angela Raiola, Drita D’Avanzo, Alicia DiMchele and Karen Gravano, is currently filming.
The new installment premieres this December on VH1.
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