The sister-in-laws' quarrel is still going on.
Melissa Gorga’s spat with Teresa Giudice of “The Real Housewives of New Jersey” isn’t over yet, as she alleges something about her role on Bravo TV’s hit reality program.
Melissa recently stated on the “Mention it All” podcast that she would have been cast on “RHONJ” even if Teresa wasn’t involved, according to All About the Tea.
“It would be crazy to think that [I was the villain of the show]… I was a 31-year-old girl with an opportunity, Just like every other person in new jersey at this point,” she began.
“I am not even going to lie; they’ve hit every girl up in New Jersey. I know people loved to say in the beginning, ‘Oh, it’s because of Teresa, or you wouldn’t be here.'”
“I mean, do people think that if Teresa wasn’t on the show and Bravo came to interview Joe and I – we wouldn’t have made it onto the show,” the television personality continued.
“But all of these other people would have? I just feel like people are so silly when they say sh-t like that.”
Melissa also giggled as the podcast host continued to remind her of Teresa shadily mocking her debut on the program at the last reunion and Andy Cohen’s swift disagreement.
“No, It’s like forbidden. Everyone at Bravo says [to Teresa], ‘You’re not allowed to say that anymore,’” she said.
“We are so past that. At this point, I’ve been on the show since Season 3 – and in Season 1 they only did six episodes – so I’m not that many episodes behind whatever she has done. It’s insane!”
“Of course, she was here first and I get that, but I feel like that’s the only villain aspect I will get is ‘She came on the show behind my back!’ because she just planted it and planted it and planted it,” she added. “I don’t think anyone cares anymore, lets be honest, I think everyone’s over that.”
As we previously reported, Melissa and her husband Joe said that Teresa got “house and food” for her children as well as support her family while she was in prison because of them.
They also added that she should also be “grateful” that they were able to continue filming “Teresa Checks In” on Bravo TV’s reality show, which doesn’t sit well with fans.