'RHONJ' Feuds: Teresa Giudice Divorce, Caroline and Dina Manzo, Melissa Gorga On Andy Cohen [NEW SEASON]
Season 6 of Real Housewives of New Jersey is certain to be an amazing season. Teresa Giudice is rumored to be getting a divorce. Caroline and Dina Manzo are still struggling with sibling rivalry. Also, Melissa Gorga recently called out Andy Cohen.
Teresa Giudice is having a terrible few months. After being charged with over 40 different fraud charges, it appears that the housewife may now be getting a divorce.
Star, in their Feb 24 edition, claims that Joe Giudice, her husband, may have cheated on his wife. As a result, one insider claims that Teresa's entire demeanor has changed:
"Months ago [Teresa Giudice] was all about standing by her man, going anywhere with him. But I can tell by the way he she talks now...I think she is finally starting to realize that she'd better cover her own ass and worry about her children--not about a man who cheats on her."
Melissa Gorga, Teresa's sister-in-law, recently called out Andy Cohen over one of his reunion shows. When the cast of Shahs of Sunset sat down for their reunion show, they were given something the housewives were not-food.
Gorga immediately took to Twitter to express her faux anger, jokingly tweeting:
"Hey!! Why do the #shahs get to sit & eat at their reunion, & we barely get water for 12 hours!! Ahhhh! Lol.. @andy we want meatballs!"
Melissa may have a fake feud with Andy, but her feud with Dina Manzo certainly seems real enough. According to E! News, the former friends are now feuding:
"Our source said Dina has been clashing with BFF Teresa's sister-in-law Melissa, but things between Melissa and Teresa are fine."
That's likely welcome news for Dina's sister, Caroline Manzo. For the moment, the siblings have set aside their constant fighting.
Caroline has so much free time on her hands, she's even started giving advice. In a recent Wet Paint report, Caroline Manzo offers advice for lovers who are meeting their partner's parents for the first time:
"Make an effort to interact with the family on some level, whether it be through conversation, lending a hand in the kitchen, or joining in on a game or activity."© 2016 The Classical Art, All rights reserved. Do not reproduce without permission.