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The new season of The Real Housewives of New Jersey premieres on April 22, and it will be filled with calm, rational discussions around the dinner table, each week ending in a group hug and a reminder of just why these women are such close friends.
JUST KIDDING! Upcoming episodes will be chock full of drama, fighting and “a lot of hurtful and shocking moments,” says Teresa Giudice.
Always at the center of the action, Giudice tells People she’s “still saddened by what transpired,” a lot of which had to do with sister-in-law MelissaMore >
It’s just not fair.
That’s the message friends of Teresa Giudice have for Bravo, as they insist this Real Housewife of New Jersey is not holding off on re-signing with the show because she’s greedy; she just wants equal pay.
“I think people deserve to know the truth,” a pal told Pop Eater. “Bravo pays Caroline and Jacqueline more than Teresa and she isn’t holding out because she thinks she’s bigger. She just wants to make the same.”
Would you watch these Housewives without Teresa Giudice?
Based purely on the number of magazine covers on which she’s appeared, Giudice is actually the mostMore >
There was no hair-pulling or police called to the scene this week on The Real Housewives of New Jersey.
So, what did go down? That’s a question for our Real Housewives correspondent. She dishes on last night’s episode below…
Tonight’s episode began with a sweet and wholesome family night at the Giudices’ Macaroni Mansion.
Following his client’s confrontation with Teresa Giudice and other Real Housewives of New Jersey on this week’s explosive episode, the attorney for Danielle Staub says he plans on filing a lawsuit.
Along with assault and battery charges, the lawyer says he’ll seek damages for “defamation of character.” To this assertion, Giudice has the following response:
“Don’t make me laugh. I think she’s defamed her own reputation all by herself,” Giudice told Popeater yesterday, clearly referring to Staub’s history of drug use, prostitution, sex tape production and overall lunacy.
Unlike Staub,More >