Filming for the 7th season of Real Housewives Of New Jersey began the second Teresa left prison, in fact Bravo captured her first moments at home. “The cameras were there as soon as I walked through the door,” Teresa revealed, “but then the next day it felt just normal, like I’d never left.”
They laugh, they catch up a little, and then Andy mentions, the last time he saw her, it didn’t seem like Teresa was preparing herself for prison. “No, not at all,” she admits. “I was just in the moment and focusing on my daughters. I felt like I was dying. In reality, that’s who I felt. I wanted to, every weekend, do something special with them. Especially with my little baby. I did not want her to forget me.”
Andy talked about their reunion on his Sirius XM radio show yesterday morning.
It’s old news now, but Andy announced the return of theReal Housewives of New Jersey, with Teresa, Melissa Gorga, and Jacqueline Laurita returning as full-time housewives. “There’s been a lot of questions about will Teresa be a housewife. Yes, she will. She’s back. We’re not shooting a special kinda like Teresa Checks In. We are shooting Real Housewives of New Jersey. It is officially in production and you will see it later this year on Bravo,” he added. “We were shooting when Teresaleft Danbury, when she got home, we’ve been shooting for the last few months.” Any new housewives will be announced later.
Teresa Giudice‘s cellmate from Danbury Federal Penitentiary is looking to get her 15 minutes of fame by association by revealing what Teresa was really like in prison!
Damn – tabloids are putting a lot of money on the books lately! While Teresa reportedly spent her incarceration working out, doing hair, and eating, Teresa’s former cellie, Deseree Bradshaw, says Teresa was always crying and got preferential treatment from prison staff. Being on Bravo pays!