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The Show Must Go On! Real Housewives Of New Jersey To Return Without Teresa Giudice

January 29, 2015 03:00 PM by Lisa Princ


Ever since Teresa Giudice checked into the slammer earlier this month, the rumors about the fate of The Real Housewives Of New Jersey have been in full force, with some even claiming that Bravo would cancel the series. However, that is not the case as new reports claim the show will go on without Teresa Giudice.

The show must go on! And in the case of The Real Housewives Of New Jersey, it looks like it will not get axed after all, like previous rumors suggested. Instead, according to our friends at Radar Online, the show will continue…without Teresa Giudice, who is behind bars until next year.

“The show will absolutely go on without Teresa. Bravo isn’t expected to make it public until the end of February, but filming has been loosely scheduled for late April, early May,” one source close to the network told Radar. But, why are they waiting? Well, since Teresa is in prison for the next year, they need to find someone to replace her! Or at least fill her spot in temporarily – no one is certain yet. Whats more is that the site claims that a casting call for season 7 was leaked online by one of the show’s directors/producers.

And it is not just Teresa who is being replaced, as the insider went on to dish: “They are seriously considering getting rid of some of the new girls. It doesn’t seem that they worked out.”

Time to sound off Twitter and Facebook fans! What do you think of RHONJ returning without Teresa Giudice? We know you have an opinion and we want to hear from you. Share your thoughts with us.


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