Gia Giudice’s Girl Group 3KT Beg Fans To Donate $7500 For New Music Video


Teresa Giudice’s oldest daughter Gia has started an online fundraiser in hopes of getting $7,500 to film a second music video with her girl group 3KT. Gia’s band has been highly controversial as people question whether or not the material is too risqué for the 13 year-old.

According to the Kickstarter campaign the girls have launched, “3KT loves our fans! We want to give you an awesome original Christmas music video in time for the holiday! Join us!”

“WE LOVE OUR FANS! We are still so overwhelmed by the buzz and support over our first music video cover ‘Circus’ (originally by Britney Spears WHO WE ADORE!). So many of you had amazing words of support for us on our new journey. We were born to perform and entertain, and we are so lucky to be able to do this in such a big way. We want to empower and inspire other young performers to FOLLOW YOUR DREAMS AND NEVER GIVE UP!”

The fundraiser is set to end on December 17th and the girls have only raised $155, with just four contributors.

Photo Credit: Bravo


11 Replies to “Gia Giudice’s Girl Group 3KT Beg Fans To Donate $7500 For New Music Video”

  1. Wow, how the mighty have fallen $7,500 used to be chump change for Teresa. She could easily blow that for one of her kids birthday parties. Now Gia has to raise money like any other kid – which is probably a good thing and will make her appreciate the meaning of money and it’s worth a hell of a lot more. Good for her. Good luch with your endeavors Gia, but get a better make up artist and better director this time around.

  2. Sounds like her mother. Instead of asking people to donate money for your purposes, try getting a part time job at McDonalds and earning your money.

  3. This is about 3KT, the group that Gia is just one of three girls, is it fair that Gia is being made to pay got her mother’a crimes. Any time there something about this group comes up it becomes about Tre, she not in the group and her daughter is only one of three girls

  4. The sad part about this entire situation is that this group of girls could have made a video in clothing that was appropriate and makeup that made them look like beautiful LITTLE girls. If they had done it that way I bet people would have gladly given money to them. Because they chose the hooker look people are just hesitant to give money to support the inappropriate way this was handled. Again this is ALL about the parenting and the guidance they needed in order to come off looking like 13 years olds making a cool video. such a shame teresa

  5. Great. The family legacy of stealing didn’t work out, so let’s give begging a try. These kids have learned NOTHING about honor or humility or how the world works from these ignorant parents. Gia, you love fame. We get it. You want adoration. Understood. But if you aren’t entertaining enough for people to PAY for your product, enough to make a living at it, then it’s not a career. If you are funded by sympathy from friends and family you haven’t accomplished anything artistically. Hours in front of a mirror entertaining yourself doesn’t translate to others wanting to see it.

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