RHONJ's Melissa Gorga reveals she's NOT speaking to sister-in-law Teresa Giudice since explosive fight at Bravo reunion
REAL Housewives of New Jersey star Melissa Gorga revealed that she and sister-in-law Teresa Giudice are feuding again.
The pair have long had a rocky relationship, often battling on the Bravo series.
On Tuesday, Melissa appeared on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen.
During the episode she played a game where she was asked: "Who have you spoken to more since the reunion?"
She replied: "Margaret."
The comment shocked viewers, as Margaret Josephs and Teresa, 49, are enemies.
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The drama didn't stop there, however.
As the game went on, Andy asked: "Have you spoken to Teresa since the reunion?"
Melissa made a face and took a moment, seemingly deciding what she was going to say.
She landed on a simple "no."
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Fans can expect even more drama to come as the RHONJ reunion airs.
Teresa's daughter Gia Giudice, who appeared as a friend of the cast on the latest season of the reality show, will make her first reunion appearance.
Gia is expected to address the feud between her mom and uncle Joe Giudice, as well as her own bad blood with Melissa's husband.
On the Behind The Velvet Rope podcast with David Yontef, ex RHONJ star Kim DePaola said of Gia: “She's going to be on the reunion cause she's got something to say about this season because you're seeing a lot of her.“
Recently, Gia showed off a potential reunion outfit as she posed in a black dress and strappy silver heels on her Instagram Stories.
Gia has earned a rumored $50k for her appearance this season on RHONJ.
Her presence has bought new drama to the Bravo mainstay, with tensions between her and her uncle Joe, 42, boiling over during earlier episodes.
Gia also defended her mom amid the drama with Margaret.
During an appearance on the RHONJ After Show, uncle Joe said Gia is “too young to get involved.”
He added: “She’s been through enough s**t in her life, just don’t get involved in this stuff.”
It is also likely that Gia will give her opinion on her mom’s upcoming wedding to Luis Ruelas, 46.
The relationship has been shrouded in controversy as her cast mates discussed dark rumors from Luis’ past.
Teresa has accused Margaret of spreading rumors, and has been an outspoken defender of her future husband as she’s tried to protect their “love bubble.”
The drama between Gia and Joe kicked off early in the latest season of RHONJ.
Gia defended her father, Joe, from Teresa's brother, after he called him "the devil."
She snapped: "If you’re going to come at me disrespectfully, then I won’t talk to you.”
Gia went on: "I’m an adult now, too, so you can talk to me like one. Because I’m done with you being disrespectful.”
Joe fired back: "I would never allow my daughter to talk to my aunt or my uncle [like that]. I mean, where were you raised?”
Before storming off, Joe told his wife, Melissa, 42, that he was offended by these "f***ing people.”
Gia addressed the confrontation on Watch What Happens Live with Andy.
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“I was a little surprised by the way he reacted towards me and how defensive he was,” she said.
“Because the bottom of the line, it is my father, so have a little respect.”
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