It seems that things are still not well between Teresa Giudice and her cousins Kathy Wakile and Rosie Pierri. On Thursday, a day after fans of Kathy and Rosie became excited over a photo that showed them as part of The Real Housewives of New Jersey Season 7 cast, Teresa posted a tweet and photo that pretty much reminded everyone that Kathy and Rosie are not starring cast members.
On Wednesday, Kathy posted a promotional image for the new season that someone had made. The image is a composite of the housewives’ photos from the Bravo’s bio cast pages. Kathy is on the far left, standing next to Jacqueline Laurita and new cast member Siggy Flicker. Rosie is front and center, with Melissa Gorga, new cast member Dolores Catania, and Teresa Giudice rounding out the cast from left to right. Kathy clearly loved the image. “This is Everything!” she wrote.
— Kathy Wakile (@KathyWakile) May 26, 2016
Rosie also loved the photo and her sister’s support for her. Rosie tweeted that she loves Kathy “to the moon and back and back again.” She called their bond “unbreakable.”
— Rosie Pierri (@RosiePierri) May 26, 2016
Yet it seems that Rosie Pierri and Kathy Wakile’s cousin, Teresa Giudice, felt the need to clear up viewers’ confusion over the cast. She posted the official Season 7 cast promotional photo and told people that the other cast photos being circulated around are the result of Photoshop. The official cast photo shows all of the starring housewives near one another in different poses. Teresa is front and center in the official cast photo.
— Teresa Giudice (@Teresa_Giudice) May 27, 2016
Some viewers tweeted that Teresa’s tweet was petty, childish, and showed jealousy. Some added that Rosie and Kathy should be starring cast members. Some even wrote that Teresa’s tweet is proof that spending almost a year in prison hasn’t changed her ugly attitude and personality. Yet others cheered the fact that Kathy and Rosie aren’t starring housewives and that Teresa was featured front and center, where she belongs, in the official photo.
While Teresa doesn’t seem to have liked the image that Kathy and Rosie shared, Jacqueline Laurita did. Jacqueline, who became good friends with Kathy and Rosie after they joined the show in Season 3, tweeted that she was “cracking up” over how Rosie was going viral. Jacqueline added that the show’s fans adore Rosie and that she’s “reigning over all Hw’s!”
— Jacqueline Laurita (@JacLaurita) May 27, 2016
On Instagram, Jacqueline posted a lengthy Instagram message in which she explained that Rosie and Kathy are part of the cast but not full-time housewives. Jacqueline explained that Siggy actually found the image that a fan had put together and shared it with everyone. Some of the cast members then posted it because they loved how Rosie and the image as a whole looked.
Siggy declared that she loved the image showing Rosie front and center.
— Siggy Flicker (@siggyflicker) May 26, 2016
— Dolores Catania (@DoloresCatania) May 26, 2016
— Dolores Catania (@DoloresCatania) May 24, 2016
Interestingly enough, Melissa, who reconciled with Teresa and now enjoys a very good relationship with her since last season, did not post the unofficial cast image showing Kathy and Rosie.
Season 7 of The Real Housewives of New Jersey premieres on Sunday, July 10. The preview shows Melissa Gorga and Teresa Giudice having fun together and supporting one another. Jacqueline Laurita, Kathy Wakile, and Rosie Pierri are first shown seemingly getting along with Teresa. Yet it’s made clear that the good relations didn’t last long, for the preview then shows Teresa and Jacqueline arguing with one another. In one scene, Teresa tells Kathy and Rosie that she wants to cut the cancer out. Kathy tells Teresa that she and Rosie are not cancer. “Whatever did I do to you?” Rosie asks. In another scene, Jacqueline stands up and screams at Teresa that she’s a”f**king criminal.” Siggy Flicker and Dolores Catania, meanwhile, seem incredulous over all the drama.
As previously reported by the Inquisitr, Jacqueline, after her falling out with Teresa, accused Teresa in April of using the “R” word.
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