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‘Real Housewives of New Jersey’ Reunion Part 2 Spoilers: Teresa Giudice’s Marriage on the Front Burner

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In part 2 of the “Real Housewives of New Jersey” reunion series for season 4, Joe and Teresa Giudice’s marriage is on the front burner as far as spoilers reveal. The episode won’t lack in the usual drama and tense feuds as cast members continue their heated exchanges.

In an Us Weekly sneak peek, Teresa questions Kathy Wakile’s 21-year marriage to Richie and puts Jacqueline Laurita on the spot by alleging her husband, Chris, has cheated on her more than once.

“Didn’t he cheat on you a long time ago? That’s what you told me,” Teresa says to Jacqueline. “Fine, then he didn’t cheat on you. That’s why you told me you didn’t trust him. That’s why he’s not allowed to go out.”

As viewers saw all season on “Real Housewives,” Joe was seen calling Teresa “my bitch wife” and the “c-word.”

“If we’re being honest, he calls her those names and she calls him names and they punch each other,” Laurita says to Teresa in response to her allegations. “You guys get into some pretty bad [fights]. I’ve heard every name in the book from you two. You told me your husband cheated on you several times: You caught him with the secretary, the babysitter. You asked me what you should do, because my ex-husband cheated on me.”

Joe Giudice will be on the part 2 reunion show of “Real Housewives” and Teresa points out to Jacqueline that if he cheated on her, he wouldn’t be there.

“Jacqueline, if my husband cheated on me he wouldn’t be sitting here on this couch right now,” Teresa lashed out.

Will Joe defend his marriage to Teresa or be a reluctant participant throughout the entire episode?

More fireworks are ahead on “Real Housewives of New Jersey” as the reunion special airs again Sunday night on BRAVO at 10 p.m., ET/PT.

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