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Instagram Roundup: Melissa Gorga, Jill Zarin, Chelsea Meissner, DJ Pauly D, & More!

Why is it never recorded when Housewives from different shows hang out? The cast crossover would make for such a great show. No, I do not think there are “too many” Real Housewives shows. I would never ever think that. The more Housewives, the better.

Even though my ideal spin-off show does not exist, the Housewives do take lots of photos and videos when they get together. It is almost like we are watching an all stars edition of Real Housewives. No need to look through everyone’s accounts though. All the photos are in this week’s Instagram Roundup .

Real Housewives of New York alum Jill Zarin hung out with New Jersey Housewives Melissa Gorga, Margaret Josephs, and Jackie Goldschneider. Meanwhile, Kelly Dodd flew in from California to get dinner with Teresa Giudice and some other friends

As exciting as it is to see Housewives from different shows hanging out, it is still exciting to see cast members from the same show together. This is especially true when they are filming. I always try to investigate the possible storylines in an attempt to figure out which cast members are on good terms.

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Recently, Bethenny Frankel shared a photo hanging out with Dorinda Medley, Sonja Morgan, and Tinsley Mortimer. I wonder what ex-Real Housewife of New York Carole Radziwill thinks about that. Maybe she discussed it when she saw Ramona Singer. Yes, these two still hang out and post Instagram photos of each other. In fact, Carole said that she keeps in touch with one New York Housewife and it’s Ramona. That is not something anyone expected, right?

Check out all of those pictures and more from this week’s Instagram Roundup by clicking through the gallery below.

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