The Star of The Real Housewives of New Jersey, Teresa Giudice, takes to her Bravo Blog to sound off on her castmates. She compares herself to Alice in Alice In Wonderland. The flashy Jersey gal says she made the connection with Alice because, “every time I filmed with the other women … I never knew what to expect and they were insane in a different way almost every day.”
Her cast mates are sure to be infuriated when they read her blog. She portrays Caroline as the manipulative Red Queen, with her subservient kids as the playing cards. She compares Jacqueline Laurita to “the goofy, confusing and very confused Cheshire Cat,” while Kathy Wakile “is the high-and-mighty Caterpillar with her hookah, who insults other people’s intelligence but can’t pronounce words correctly herself.” But what about sister-in-law Melissa Gorga? “I think she’s both Tweedle Dum and Tweedle Dee since she seems to think she can play two different characters at once: the innocent, fun girl who puts on a show falling into a foot of water in a river and pretending to be scared, and her real self with her nasty little comments, blogs, and interviews,” Teresa writes.
She goes on to thank her loyal fans for seeing through the contradictions and inconsistencies of her castmates, before bashing Caroline again, calling her “a delusional, hypocritical ball of anger who schemes against anyone and everyone” and a “well-documented liar.” Teresa reveals why she thinks Caroline is really mad at her, because she’s “really unhappy, almost evil energy” she’s seen her display for years. She adds that she thinks at the root of her issues with Caroline is a lingering jealousy after she stole the spotlight from her and became one of the biggest stars on Reality TV. “The show started out as all about their family,” Giudice says. “They were the stars, I was just the silly friend.”
As for the rumors about Melissa Gorga? Teresa says she doesn’t know “if Melissa was or wasn’t a stripper or a call girl or a whore or a lesbian or a drug user in her past,” but accepts her as a sister and prays “it’s all not true!”
What do you think of Teresa’s explanation on her blog?
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