Thanksgiving is a day to reflect and be thankful for all that you have while surrounded by family and friends but this year Thanksgiving took a dramatic turn for former friends and Real Housewives of New Jersey co-stars Siggy Flicker and Jacqueline Laurita.
It’s no secret that Jacqueline and Siggy’s friendship was O-V-E-R following the season 7 reunion as AATRH blew the lid off that secret last week. If you’re behind or have been living under a rock, you can read all about the demise of Siggy and Jacqueline’s friendship here and here.
However on Thanksgiving, Jacqueline dropped a bombshell on Twitter; revealing that she received an unexpected phone call from Siggy.
“Today I am thankful that @siggyflicker called me and we talked things through & all is good between us again! #3HourPhoneCall #back2laughing,” Jacqueline tweeted.
AATRH reached out to our RHONJ spies who confirmed the call did, in fact, take place!
So why did Siggy call Jacqueline?
Our source explained that Siggy reached out to Jacqueline because she “didn’t want drama in her life anymore,” and wanted to “talk about what went wrong.”
During the lengthy phone call, the two “talked it out” and admitted the drama “was all a big misunderstanding.”
Jacqueline confessed she only stopped talking to Siggy after the reunion because she “needed time” and felt that Siggy “didn’t like her,” while Siggy admitted she “was mad as hell” that Jacqueline was giving her the silent treatment, our insider reveals.
Despite Jacqueline’s claims that “all is good” between her and Siggy, our source isn’t confirming that to be true at all. In fact, our source reveals that the call between Jac and Siggy was just to “clear the air and move on.”
Personally I totally get Siggy calling Jacqueline to put the drama to rest. It’s done and over with and honestly and the whole cast just needs to move on from the drama…for now. I don’t see Siggy and Jacqueline being best friends ever again. Jacqueline will NEVER be happy that Siggy is friends with Teresa and that’s what I believe caused Jacqueline to have issues with Siggy in the first place.