I always want to know what Real Housewives from different shows talk about when they get together. Unfortunately, I will never truly know what they talk about without an audience. However, Teresa Giudice did make a recent appearance on Kim Zolciak’s podcast.
During an episode of House of Kim, Kim asked Teresa, “Do you love doing Housewives?” Without hesitation, Teresa said, “No.” Then she admitted, “I guess you can’t really ask me that because it’s been not the greatest for me.” So she doesn’t think feuding with her brother and going to jail are “the greatest”? How shocking.
In response, Kim told Teresa, “It’s been horrible for me, girl. I walked away from millions. I said to hell with it. There’s not enough money for me to do this.”
Millions? Kim was offered MILLIONS OF DOLLARS to be on Real Housewives of Atlanta? Does anyone else find that hard to believe? Can someone at Bravo or the production company please confirm or deny this? It just does not seem realistic. At all.
After, Kim explained, “To go back was traumatizing. What was aired was… I don’t think it was a great indication, but whatever. It was traumatizing. It’s a lot of stress I felt versus Don’t Be Tardy.” Well, yeah. Of course, arguing with frienemies while wearing a floor-length gown is very stressful. Don’t Be Tardy seems like a dream to film. She just gets paid to hang out with her own kids and husband.
Teresa countered, “I don’t find that it’s stressful anymore. It was stressful when my family was on there [fighting]. That was disgusting. That’s not what my family’s about and that was very stressful for me.”
Then the RHONJ OG remarked, “Being in the public eye, obviously, you’re made an example of, and that’s the part that I feel like is not fair. I just wish I was treated like everyone else.”
Later in the conversation, Kim told Teresa, “This is just my opinion, but I think that you wouldn’t have gone through some of the stuff that you’ve been through had you not been on Housewives.” Teresa agreed and said, “Umm hello. Of course, yes, yes!” Ummm. That’s debatable. Sure, the show put a spotlight on Teresa and her family. Nevertheless, if no one committed fraud, then they wouldn’t have been in jail. TV show or not.