RHOP Husband Eddie Jordan Warned Charisse Jackson Jordan that Marriage Would End if She Joined the Show

RHOP star Charisse Jackson Jordan revealed recently during The Daily Dish podcast, that husband Eddie Jordan warned her that if she joined The Real Housewives of Potomac, their marriage would end in a divorce.

“When I told [Eddie], I said, ‘They want me to do this reality show’ — at the time we didn’t know it was Housewives, we were thinking maybe it could be Housewives — and so he said, ‘Well, if you do it, we’ll probably get a divorce.'”

Charisse did admit, “It was not the answer I was expecting. So when he said it, I was devastated. Like I literally gave up my career twice because of his career. We moved to California, then New Jersey, Maryland, Philly, then back to Maryland, and now I say a few words, and you’re going to say to me divorce if I do this? So it kind of put me in a different space of, ‘Now I really want to do this.'”

Charisse also said that when Eddie would bring up the word divorce that, “It felt like another death.”

“I needed to do it for me, so that’s why I did it,” said Charisse.

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Tina Cerami

Tina Cerami

Tina is from Chicago, Illinois and loves The Real Housewives. She's even met several of the ladies while traveling. This sweet Italian girl is currently a student, and loves to blog in her spare time.

  • One Rotten Egg

    Im sure there would be divorce with or without show.

  • cat62

    Someone sounds pretty selfish to me – you decide which is which.

  • Jennifer

    Something about Charisse I don’t like. She is the lease likable of the bunch. I think she is insecure and pretentious. Who names their dogs Gucci and Prada? Seriously? I didn’t like Karen last year but she has gotten better.

    • starr

      Lol Jennifer, my neice does. Hers are called Dolce & Gabbana. I guess it takes all kinds–right? And, I agree about Karen, I kinda like her more this season too.

  • its me

    I agree, Charissaa is not my fav either, she does not fit in. I don’t think a make-over would help her.