'RHONJ' Star Teresa Giudice Publicly Apologizes To Fellow Housewives

Thu, April 26, 2012 7:01pm EDT by Add first Comment
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While competing on ‘Celebrity Apprentice,’ reality star Teresa Giudice had her own reality-check — she realized the rest of the NJ Housewives couldn’t stand her! Teresa decided to do something about it and wrote letters to all of her former friends.

It’s never fun to hear your friends have been talking smack, but it’s even worse when you find out on national TV! When Teresa Giudice watched the premiere episode of The Real Housewives of New Jersey on April 22, she learned just how much her former friends can’t stand her.

“Things have gotten out of hand, ” Teresa admitted to In Touch. “I want to accept responsibility for the things I did wrong.”

To show she was truly sorry, the 39-year-old brunette penned letters to each of the cast members.

In her letter to Jacqueline Laurita, Teresa apologized for upsetting her and not responding to her apology on Twitter. “I miss our friendship,” she revealed. “I miss being like Lucy and Ethel with you.”

Teresa forgave Kathy Wakile for saying she “dreaded” being around her and promised to stick up for her from now on. “I have nothing but love for you in my heart,” she wrote.

Teresa also apologized to Caroline Manzo for insulting her Italian heritage and her cooking. “I miss having fun and letting loose with you,” she said.

In her final note, Teresa apologized to Melissa Gorga for not being enthusiastic about her singing career. “I’m so happy that you are following your dreams,” she gushed. “Life is too short to live like this. Let’s cherish every moment together.”

What do YOU think of Teresa’s letters to her friends? Will they forgive her?

Jennifer Kamm

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