It’s all good in the Garden State!
Melissa Gorga says she and hubby Joe Gorga are all good with Teresa Giudice despite their drama at the upcoming Real Housewives of New Jersey season 12 reunion.
The Envy Boutique owner says the season 12 reunion isn’t “like anything you’ve seen before,” adding, “We have walk-offs from the men now. You know it’s really getting crazy.”
When asked by TMZ where she and Teresa stand, Melissa said, “You have to watch the reunion. It’s going to be very clear after you watch the reunion.”
She added, “We’re family, so we’re always on good terms. Watch the reunion, and you’ll get all your answers.”
Despite claiming that she, Joe, and Teresa are “good,” she quickly added, “we don’t meet up off-camera.”
Teresa also recently talked about her reunion drama with Melissa and Joe during an interview with DailyPop.
According to the RHONJ OG, no matter what drama goes down between her and Joe, she will “always be there for him, no matter what.”
“I look at the show, and if I don’t like something, I call [Joe], and I tell him. And I always tell him to do the same thing for me,” she shared. “I’m like, ‘Joe, if I say anything wrong, please, tell me. Let me know because then I’ll make sure I won’t say it next time,’ or, ‘I’ll make it different.'”
Meanwhile, Teresa revealed why Joe stormed off the reunion set. Teresa says Joe walked off because he wasn’t happy with her responses to one of Andy Cohen’s questions.
“Andy Cohen asked me a question, and I gave my answer,” Teresa told Us Weekly. “So when I gave my answer, my brother’s like, ‘There you go putting me down.’ And I’m like, ‘First of all; I would never put my brother down. I love my brother.’”
Teresa said she didn’t mind taking the heat for Joe since she’s his older sister.
“Andy asked me a question; I answered the question. It was my opinion, and he didn’t like my answer,” she reiterated. “Listen, I never wanna fight with him on TV, and what he said that hurts my feelings.”
The mom of four also admitted that she didn’t like her brother feuding with her 21-year-old daughter, Gia Giudice.
“It’s just very sad [and] I know my parents wouldn’t like for him to be saying that,” she explained. “I don’t know how he would like it if [his sons] Gino and Joey would say that to [his daughter] Antonia, like, that’s something you don’t say, but it’s OK, I don’t care. I’ll take all the bullets you want.”
The three-part RHONJ reunion begins on May 3 at 8 p.m. ET.