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BUZZ: ‘Real Housewives of New Jersey’ Recap: Melissa Gorga Criticizes Teresa Giudice, Calls for Cutting Out “Cancer”

BUZZ: 'Real Housewives of New Jersey' Recap: Melissa Gorga Criticizes Teresa Giudice, Calls for Cutting Out "Cancer"

Melissa Gorga and Teresa Giudice have had a tumultuous relationship for nearly two decades. On Tuesday’s episode of the “Real Housewives of New Jersey,” Gorga came to the conclusion that she’s ready to end it.

The conversation began when co-star Rachel Fuda asked if Gorga and Giudice’s kids were close. Giudice brought up Gorga’s daughter, Antonia, not attending her daughter Milania’s Sweet 16 party. Gorga defended herself, saying she was just giving her the “facts” and that Giudice needs to “chill” when talking about her niece in a “negative light.”

Giudice denied having any other intentions besides wanting to “keep the kids close.” Gorga didn’t understand what Giudice wanted to “prove” by bringing up their children. She also called out Giudice for not making her a bridesmaid in her upcoming wedding and not setting “an example of what closeness is.”

Gorga talked more about it with Margaret Josephs at a store. She said that she would have answered the question differently and that Giudice could’ve made the family closer if she had made her a bridesmaid. Meanwhile, Giudice told Dolores Catania at another shop that she did not bring up Antonia’s name in a “negative light,” but if someone asks her a question, she’s “gonna tell you the truth.”

In a confessional, Gorga said that she was tired of being on “this rollercoaster with Teresa” for nearly two decades. She admitted to her husband, Joe Gorga, that she was not sure they belonged at the wedding. The Gorgas and Giudices have only continued to feud and have yet to repair their relationships. The two families will face off for the first time at the upcoming Season 13 reunion — which Giudice recently admitted to Page Six will “definitely [be] weird.”

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