'Housewives' Haven't Spoken To Each Other Since Filming Wrapped
Teresa Giudice has been unable to maintain relationship with relatives, friends off-camera.
Warning: Spoilers ahead.
If you were hoping that by the end of this season of "The Real Housewives of New Jersey" all the fighting housewives would make up and be best friends forever, think again.
In fact, the Huffington Post reported Teresa Giudice has not spoken to any of the castmates, not even her brother Joe, sister-in-law Melissa Gorga, and cousin Kathy Wakile, of Wayne, since filming wrapped last year.
The last time the women or their husbands talked to Giudice was on the "Watch What Happens Live" Reunion Show, which airs after the season finale on Bravo.
The castmates have all taken issue with Giudice this season. Caroline Manzo's gripe began at the conclusion of last season when Giudice wrote what Manzo considered to be disparaging comments about her family in her published cookbook. Jaqueline Laurita and Giudice argued over Giudice not coming to Laurita about stories involving her husband, Joe Giudice, and her possibly going to jail before they hit the tabloids.
The drama between Giudice and her cousin, Wakile, and brother and sister-in-law took up much of the season and related to years worth of family history, most of which was not portrayed on camera. Giudice and Melissa Gorga were almost rivals throughout the show, competing over who had the most glamorous life, with Giudice's strained relationship with her brother, Joe, the backdrop of most of the tension.
Still, Giudice told the Daily Beast in July that she is not sure why everyone has beef with her. When asked why everyone is always picking on her, she said, "That’s something that I would love to get the answer to. I wish that you would ask each person what I’ve done to them. ‘Cause I haven’t done anything."