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‘Real Housewives of New Jersey’: Jacqueline Laurita Feels Sorry For Teresa Giudice

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Jacqueline Laurita feels for her “Real Housewives of New Jersey” co-star, Teresa Giudice. Both have had a fair amount of heated exchanges between them this season. It’s been everything from arguing over interfering with each other’s kids to who said what and why to the tabloids. Teresa’s bankruptcy issues have sparked a lot of rage from Jacqueline and Caroline Manzo. In fact, nowadays, Teresa is having trouble with just about everyone on the show.

As of now Jacqueline Laurita is well past her friendship with Teresa  Giudice.

“I have no more interest in being friends with Teresa,” Laurita said. “I’ve moved on from that friendship.”

There’s been a lot of speculation that Giudice is “jealous” of Melissa Gorga because of the breakdown of her relationship with her brother. She believes he should put her first instead of his wife.

“I think Teresa fights with her family because she is jealous of the attention Melissa Gorga takes away from her being with her brother …,” Laurita continued. “She’s also jealous because of the attention Melissa takes from her being on the show.”

The two women have ended their friendship, but Jacqueline says she can see Teresa isn’t in full control of her emotions.

“When Teresa flips out I just look into her crazy eyes and I can see she’s hurt and angry but doesn’t know how to express or control her emotions.”

It sounds like despite the problems she and Teresa Giudice have had on “Real Housewives of New Jersey,” that Laurita feels bad for her.

“I feel bad for her,” concluded Laurita. “I just want to hug her.”

5 Responses to “‘Real Housewives of New Jersey’: Jacqueline Laurita Feels Sorry For Teresa Giudice”

  1. Erica says:

    Ugh….i just feel as if all these women are fake. Jac’s face during that finale wasn’t of awe or disgust…it was of guilt. She knows what she’s doing. I love how everyone all of a sudden had ‘friends’ whose names they couldn’t say. Then Jac mentioning to Joe that she’ll send him all her texts…yet, she doesn’t know if they are true. Well, she seemed to want to say that they were true with conviction to Melissa…but Jac doesn’t really have the balls to pull off such a stunt. And Melissa’s just so uninteresting, Bravo had to think of these huge scheme to make anyone give a crap about her…. Oh now! She’s on The View….Now everyone wants to talk about her stripper past……liars.


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  2. Lally says:

    Jacqueline and Carolyn are so nasty. Teresa is the same and they have been talking behind her back . Nasty nasty people. They were never your friends Teresa. Does anyone remember the horrible comments about Teresa from Carolyn?


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  3. Lilly says:

    So typical – Jacqueline feels bad for Teresa, yet Teresa feels NOTHING except defensive towards Jacqueline. Jacqueline is SUCH a better person than Teresa could ever conceive of being.


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  4. Crazi Sweet says:

    Jaq is full of crap! Everyone watching this season has seen from the last reunion till now she’s done nothing but be nasty and talk behind Teresa’s back. T. Needs to pull a Drita on her ass!


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  5. Eva220 says:

    And now Jacqueline has become a mind reader and has decided it is her job to not only critique Teresa’s every action but to report her thoughts and motives. Cuz, she’s, ya know, a mind reader.

    Both Jacqueline and Caroline Manzo need to take a step back and analyze thier own motives and why they think being ugly and hateful is going to put them in “a better place”.

    Questioning someone’s judgement is one thing, questioning their motives is wrong. Even if you think you’re a mind reader.


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