Melissa Gorga

Melissa Gorga is so over these cheating rumors and the Twitter brigade that's out to tear her down.  She shares this week that she's tired of it all and is moving on, hoping these people will get a hobby and live their own lives.

Melissa shared, "UGH! I don’t know about you, but I am so over the he said, she said. It’s getting very old if you ask me. The fact is I came onto the RHONJ scene talking about sprinkle cookies and re-done homes. How we got to gold-digging, stripping, and cheating is beyond me." 

The Real Housewives of New Jersey star explains why she is not focused on the actual rumor itself, "For me it’s not so much about the actual rumors, because they are ridiculous and almost laughable. The people that came on the show to spread them when confronted and asked for proof have NONE. The people that shout from the rooftops on Twitter and in blogs, promising to “Bring the Truth” never do! Know this: if you were in my past, you remain in my past for a reason. Contrary to what some may say, I’m not spending my time talking about you, and I honestly wish everyone well." 


Penny and Johnny need to get a hobby, "I don’t get what strangers like Penny and Johnny gain by attacking me. I guess I’ll never understand. What I do know is that the sooner people stop worrying about exposing my “supposed past” and focus on what’s going on in their own lives, the happier they will be." 

Melissa has moved on and is over it all, yet she knows who the guilty party is. "As I’ve said before, when I decided I was going to let go of the past issues with Teresa, I pretty much knew what I was moving on from, and at this point I don’t really care. I don’t think I’ll ever know exactly how everything came together, but I know in my heart whose hands are dirty." 

On her vocal scenes, "The coach asked me to sing every note on the regular scale and I did it perfectly. When he pushed me to sing as high as I possibly could I cracked and that is what you saw. Never Let Me Go is in a higher octave and pushed me more vocally than any of the other songs I recorded. Johnny knew I could do it and he was right. Sometimes you need people with more experience than you to push and show you how far you can go." 

She gives some parting words of wisdom to her fans, "Things in life don’t come easy and you have to work for them. I have no problem working hard for the things I want. I actually enjoy the challenge and I appreciate that you get to watch my struggles every step of the way and root me on. It means everything. The music business is probably one of the hardest industries to break into. If I can teach you anything, let it be to never give up." 


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