Melissa Gorga reveals which RHONJ cast member she trusts the most, and her answer might surprise you! Hint: it’s NOT Margaret Josephs
On the November 9th episode of her On Display podcast, Melissa Gorga and guest Real Housewives of New York star Erin Lichy discussed how hard it is to trust their respective co-stars at times amid the reality TV game of backstabbing and talking behind each other’s back.
“Trust is everything. Especially on these reality shows, it’s all about trust. It’s weird because I think people would be shocked at who I say I trust on my show,” Melissa Gorga told Erin Lichy of RHONY.
The longtime RHONJ star elaborated on why she trusts Dolores so implicitly:
“It’s not that you would see us cuddled up 24/7 or see us running around, but if I had to choose who I trust to no end on the show, it’s Dolores. Because we have a mutual respect about things like that. Her and I are very similar when it comes to things like that, so I know that I can trust Dolores in a certain aspect. And that’s huge when you know there’s someone that you can actually say something to, then you say to them, ‘Don’t repeat this on this show or to this girl or to that.’ So they’re gonna hold it and not repeat it. I feel like that’s huge.”
RHONJ fans had quite a bit to say about Melissa’s answer on which co-star she trusts the most.
“Liesssss!! She’s only saying that cause she wants Dolores to be closer to her than Tre!” one fan commented.
“Melissa trying to build a wedge between Dolores and Teresa. Melissa is soo untrustworthy,” a second fan wrote.
“Dolo is not ending nothing with Teresa for Melissa. There was even a time Dolores called Melissa fake. Dolores ain’t stupid she just doesn’t entertain the back and forth bull****” a third fan quipped.
A fourth fan commented, “Messy, you are not similar to Dolores in any way ?.”
“What about your bestie Margaret??? Everyone trusts Dolores, but if push comes to shove, she would go with Teresa!!” another fan wrote.
The Real Housewives of New Jersey will return to Bravo for season 14 in 2024.