Tuesday, September 3rd, 2013

Teresa Giudice Reveals Bravo Cut The Scene Where She Lifted The Horse’s Hoof


During Sunday’s episode of The Real Housewives of New Jersey the cast experienced equine therapy with a cowboy named Wyatt. Wyatt explained the horse was only present for one reason, he sensed authenticity. We watched each cast member try to lift the hoof of the horse by being open with their feelings and authentic. However, when Teresa Giudice took her turn we didn’t see her accomplish the task at hand. Instead viewers got the impression she failed at cleaning the horse’s hoof, got scared and walked away. But Teresa took to her Twitter to reveal that she in fact did get the horse to lift his leg.

“Lil upset that the scene was cut where I finally found the strength to lift up the horse’s foot. #proudofmyself,” Teresa tweeted. “It’s not that I didn’t want to complete the exercise, I was afraid of the horse.”


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5 Comments on “Teresa Giudice Reveals Bravo Cut The Scene Where She Lifted The Horse’s Hoof

  1. Aunt Bee

    I would love to have heard Wyatt’s take on Teresa. Why didn’t Bravo air that???
    They let us hear what Wyatt said to Melissa – please Bravo show us what the “horse whisperer or human whisperer” had to say about Teresa. Me thinks this is very biased.

  2. susie q

    bravo wants to make teresa the bad one again,cut scenes out,like they did last yr. hope when danielle visits the clubhouse,she slaps andy in the head and makes him cry lol

  3. NanNan

    Such a drama queen she has to even make a horse out to get her. I bet. Wyatt was rolling is eyes and thinking “this has to be the worlds biggest a/h”, and the horse was thinking “I would not only kick her in the head but that big a@@ but I do have all those colts and mares to take care of and I do not have any savings to fall back on”

  4. allgoodstuff

    Sad that someone would actually wish harm on another human being.


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