Another new report has surfaced claiming that Bravo intends to move forward with The Real Housewives of New Jersey without imprisoned Teresa Giudice, and the show insider claims that the network is casting brand new ladies for the show.
“The show will absolutely go on without Teresa,” a source says. “Bravo isn’t expected to make it public until the end of February, but filming has been loosely scheduled for late April, early May. No formal dates have been made for filming to begin because producers are still looking for potential new cast members.”
Christina Caparoula is a casting director and a producer who worked on the fifth season of the show, RadarOnline reports. She posted on Twitter on January 26th that she is “Casting Season 7 of Real Housewives of New Jersey,” with a link to her email address.
Caparoula also posted the following message on Facebook:
CASTING FABULOUS FAMILIES OF NEW JERSEY!
Major Cable Network is currently casting groups of New Jersey’s most GLAMOROUS FAMILIES AND FAMILY OWNED BUSINESSES. Your sisters, in-laws and/or cousins should all be more fabulous than the next! These affluent families and friends will be living “the good life” in one of New Jersey’s most EXCLUSIVE COMMUNITIES (North, Central and Monmouth County).
This is FANTASTIC exposure for anyone involved, as it is an opportunity to showcase their current business or utilize as a PLATFORM FOR FUTURE PROJECTS.
This series will air on a MAJOR CABLE NETWORK. If you believe you or any of your clients, business partners, friends or acquaintances would be interested in this ONCE IN A LIFETIME opportunity, please contact me or forward this information along. I look forward receiving any recommendations or referrals.
So what will happen with the current cast?
“They are seriously considering getting rid of some of the new girls,” including twins Nicole Napolitano and Teresa Aprea. “It doesn’t seem that they worked out.”
As we previously reported, the network hired a focus group to determine whether the show should move forward without Teresa Giudice.
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