The ever impossible to decipher ladies of Jersey have been touting their newly revamped relationships claiming they're all getting along famously now. We totally don't believe them, but a breather from the incessant fighting would be a welcome change!
Apparently we were right to be suspicious. Reality Tea's source EXCLUSIVELY reveals that "Jersey is phony as ever!" Aaaahhhh… now that's the Jersey we know and love to hate.
"The woman are all acting their way through this season," our source shares. "Bravo has forced them to film together and 'get along'. The fans were sick of the fighting so they were all under orders to get along at least for the cameras." Just as I suspected!
The Real Housewives of New Jersey star spoke toTom Murro of FoxCT last night to deny and explain the charges. Tom reveals that Jacqueline was essentially cornered and forced to address the situation. Sounds RHONJ-ish.
"Thank you for all who were concerned, but my house is NOT in foreclosure. There is no threat of losing it. We simply modified our mortgage which is a process," Jacqueline insisted. "Our mortgage modification has been approved and all is good."
Oooohhhh… they're back! And trying a whole different spin on things Bravo is releasing a juicy Real Housewives of New Jersey teaser that rolls out like a full-on network drama. I'm loving it – and I know you will be too!
I'm so curious as to how many of our RT readers live in or around New Jersey and have attended these multiple Real Housewives of New Jersey meet-and-greets. I'm sure all of the franchises have them, but I only seem to hear about the ones happening around the Garden State. I'm not kidding, I'd love to have my picture made with any one of the ladies. I'd be so star struck that I wouldn't care that I don't care for all most of them.
If you were fortunate enough to be in Brunswick earlier this week, I hope you were able to catch Melissa and Poison Gorga as they posed with fans. What I wouldn't give to meet Poison. He's just such a caricature. He needs to start hawking something of his own (besides his wife), because I would totally buy whatever he is selling. The possibilities are endless! Wow, Lauren, digress much?
Last night the Manzo boys, Chris and Albie, kicked off their newest business venture: a restaurant called Little Town New Jersey.
The restaurant officially opens to the public today, but last night invited guests got to take a sneak peek ahead of the opening. We were among the invited, but none of us were able to attend fearing for our safety due to scheduling and logistics issues.
According to the invite: "Little Town NJ offers a diverse menu of unique regional Jersey classics inspired by local ingredients, emphasizing New Jersey farms and purveyors, as well as wineries and breweries. LTNJ will also feature various dining programs from farm-to-table pre-fix brunch buffet to “Sunday Gravy” which will serve Caroline Manzo’s famous meatballs and on weekends an on-site farmer’s market, where local farmers and suppliers can share their produce, which will also be featured in menu items."
As you know, I'll be sharing some Watch What Happens Live posts sporadically throughout the week, and for Monday's show, I was in full recap mode. For last night's episode, I tried to go less recap/more highlight reel to see which style our wonderful readers prefer. Please sound off with your opinions in the comments section!
Andy Cohen's guests last night were former Real Housewives of Atlanta star Kim Zolciak Biermann and Tony award winner and writer Harvey Fierstein. The leading lady of Harvey's Broadway hit Kinky Boots is the bartender. Harvey thinks Kim's hair is real (um, does he need glasses?), clarifying, if she bought it, it's really hers. Fair enough. If I close my eyes and just listen to Harvey's voice, I can easily picture Big Ang from Mob Wives!
The drinking game alert is "boots" (said thirty times throughout the show!), and we learn that Kim keeps all her old pregnancy tests. Ew.