Real Housewives of New Jersey fans will still be able to get their Manzo fix in Season 6.
Although longtime star Caroline Manzo announced that she is leaving the reality series, her sister Dina has confirmed that she is...
Who would've thought after last season's fiery Real Housewives of New Jersey reunion that this season would offer viewers a civilized conversation between Caroline Manzo and Teresa Guidice?
"Teresa and I have a very strange relationship where we're able to battle, but also sit on a couch together with an understanding of each other," Manzo tells TVGuide.com. "I wasn't at all worried about meeting her [one-one this season] and I don't think she was at all worried about going to meet me."
Jersey girls are known to be tough, but are the stars of The Real Housewives of New Jersey tough enough?
After the reality show's volatile Season 4—which ended with Teresa Giudice largely split off from the rest of the cast — the first ladies of the Garden State are back for more drama.
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The Real Housewives of New Jersey stars Melissa Gorga, Caroline Manzo and Kathy Wakile have finally cleared up a very important question: Did Teresa Giudice change the pronunciation of her last name?
"When I met her 15, 16 years ago, it was [pronounced] joo-dice," Manzo says. (Teresa now says it much differently on Celebrity Apprentice.)
"I've never heard her introduce herself [this way]; it's new," her sister-in-law Melissa adds.