However, if Joe Gorga got his way they would make one major change. He wants an original Real Housewives of New Jersey cast member to be a full-time Housewife. And, no, he’s not talking about Danielle Staub. He’s rooting for a different RHONJ OG to make a comeback.
The last season of Real Housewives of New Jersey was nothing short of epic. It was the best season of the show that we’ve seen in years. They finally got the casting right. There was not one filler episode. Love them or hate them, every cast member brought something valuable to the table.
If so many people are saying it, it has to be true. Now, Dolores Catania, someone who doesn’t talk shit about anyone (for no reason), is coming for Ramona. Dolores always keeps it classy. Until she whips out her inner Patterson. Watch out, Ramona.
Unfortunately, that reunion was filmed before those photos surface of Teresaholding hands with a 26-year-old guy in Miami. During that same reunion, Teresa said she was faithful to her man. Right. She just held his hand because she needed help getting to the car. Now, Teresa’s longtime friend and fellow “old school Italian” Dolores Catania is weighing in on her comments.
In 2014, Teresa and Juicy plead guilty to federal fraud charges. Teresa served nearly a year in prison at camp. Juicy is scheduled to be deported in March of 2019, after completing his 41-month long prison stint. He came to the United States when he was only one-year-old, but never became a citizen. Juicy filed an appeal in November of 2018, hoping to stay in the U.S. with his family. Teresa also revealed during the reunion that she is not willing to have a long-distance relationship. She also claimed that she has been faithful to Joe and uses a vibrator. There are some things that I wish I didn’t know, and that is one of them. I guess those sightings of Teresa with much younger man Blake Schreck were just some platonic hand-holding sessions. But one person who is firmly in Teresa’s corner is her brother,Joe Gorga.
Last night begins with a continuation of Andy’s conversation with Teresa in which she admits that she won’t move her family to Italy if husband Joe Giudice is deported. She hedges around the word “divorce” but she won’t endure a long distance marriage. Her friends seem both shocked and sad at this admission. Tre explains that she and Joe have spoken about what will happen, and they agree that they should go their separate ways if he is no longer in the country. Teresa didn’t share this news with any of her friends, but Melissa isn’t surprised–she wants her sister-in-law to be happy, and she can’t imagine having to make that decision.