Teresa Giudice compares the show to ‘High School’

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Teresa Giudice isn’t too keen on the cast of The Real Housewives of New Jersey right now.

During a Sept. 28 episode of her podcast with co-host Melissa Pfeister: “Namaste B$tches‘ the star compared the franchise to going to high school and revealed why she’s not a fan of that kind of behavior.

“I don’t like that our show is like Seiten,” Giudice explained during the podcast. “It’s so high school-ish. I don’t like the way Jersey is because it’s like choosing sides… It’s like you should be kind to everyone and then make your decision based on whether you’re going to be friends with that person can or not. Don’t be a follower, be a leader.”

This winter, Bravo is slated to air season 13 of The Real Housewives of New Jersey, which looks like it’s going to bring viewers a lot of “high school drama.” Giudice is currently not speaking to her brother and sister-in-law Joe and Melissa Gorga after a major argument erupted during the final taping page six. The Gorga family also did not attend Giudice’s August 2022 wedding to Luis Ruelas, which took place shortly after the season concluded.

Dolores Catania spoke about the Season 13 finale of Insane at BravoCon 2022

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When speaking to Access Hollywood At BravoCon 2022, Giudice’s friend and co-star Dolores Catania teased the Season 13 finale, calling it “crazy.”

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“By the way, talk about Finale, don’t even ask,” Catania told the outlet at the time. “You won’t even know what to do with yourself. I’m sorry, it’s crazy. And I threw the party.”

In the same interview, Catania also commented on the Giudice/Gorga feud. Catania has been friends with the siblings since childhood.

“The family drama you’re talking about, I’ll say it’s heartbreaking for me because we all grew up together,” Catania said. “I mean, I’ve known them since they were little and I always look at them like they’re just brother and sister who love each other dearly. And I’ll always look at her that way, and there’s always hope that things can move forward.”

A ‘Real Housewives of New Jersey’ star has said there are some ‘sad aspects’ to this upcoming season

According to star Jennifer Aydin, the upcoming season of The Real Housewives of New Jersey isn’t just dramatic, it’s also a little emotional.

“There’s a lot of drama, of course, and there’s also some sad aspects, as we all know,” Aydin said loudly during the “Housewife 2 Housewife” panel at BravoCon 2022 Us weekly.

Giudice seems to agree. During a September 2022 interview with Us weeklyGiudice claimed that the new season will be overwhelming for viewers.

“It’ll blow your mind,” Giudice said at the time. “It’s very sad. …People thought a certain way about me, and then they’ll say, ‘Wow, we were so wrong.’ I think…if you look at this season [you’ll see that] I kept my mouth shut for over 10 years.”

Viewers can catch the season 13 premiere of The Real Housewives of New Jersey airing on Bravo this winter.

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