Melissa Gorga Doesn’t Think Teresa Giudice Enjoys Being on RHONJ Anymore; Says She Should Leave and Let Louie Ruelas Support Her Financially

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Melissa Gorga thinks that her sister-in-law Teresa Giudice may be over the Real Housewives of New Jersey.

The Envy by Melissa Gorga boutique owner appeared on The Wendy Williams Show on Wednesday, May 3, where she spilled some tea about the future of RHONJ.

Guest host Michael Rapaport asked Melissa if she thinks “Teresa should leave the show to protect her relationship” and “Do you think that would ever happen?” 

While Melissa said she “doesn’t know if that would ever happen,” she does think that Teresa is over being on RHONJ.

“I think she’s come to a point where she doesn’t enjoy it anymore. It’s very obvious she doesn’t enjoy it; she doesn’t want to do a lot of the activities we do – she didn’t want to sing with us, she didn’t want to climb the trees with us. She kind of rolls her eyes at everything,” Melissa explained.

She continued, “I think that if it is making her unhappy and she has a guy who is financially stable, and they want to be happy, she should [leave the show]. Why do this if you don’t need to?” 

Michael agreed that Teresa shouldn’t do the show if it doesn’t make her happy however he noted that he couldn’t imagine the franchise with Teresa.

“Just [the thought] cracks my heart. I cannot have Teresa Giudice leave the Real Housewives of New Jersey,” Michael said.

Check out the clip below!

Part two of the RHONJ season 12 reunion airs Tuesday, May 10, at 8 p.m. ET on Bravo.

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