The 5 Most Iconic Teresa Giudice Moments in ‘The Real Housewives of New Jersey’
The “OG housewife” Teresa Giudice has officially been voted off of Dancing With The Stars Season 31. Since her time on the series was so short lived, let’s recall some of her most iconic moments on The Real Housewives of New Jersey.
1. When Teresa Guidice Flipped the Table at the Last Supper
No lies here — the first season The Real Housewives of New Jersey would never be as iconic as it is, if Teresa Giudice did not flip a table at her dinner party. When Danielle Staub told her to “pay attention,” she got infuriated and did not hesitate to throw a massive fit. Upon witnessing this infamous scene, we already knew that Teresa is someone to watch out in the reality show.
2. When She Pushed Andy Cohen Aside
During Season 2 Reunion of the reality show, Andy Cohen was obviously dumbstruck. To recall, Teresa was in the middle of a hysterical exchange with Staub. Cohen had the impulse to restrain the OG housewife, but she just couldn’t care less.
3. When Teresa Threw the Sprinkle Cookies that Melissa Gorga Gave Her
The now Dancing With The Stars would grab any chance to retaliate at Melissa Gorga for sending her a shady card. In Season 3, Episode 4 of RHONJ, Teresa confidently narrated how she retaliated at Gorga by throwing the sprinkle cookies that her relative prepared for Christmas. This infamous scene has further cemented her character in the reality show. Teresa always makes sure to remind people of the sprinkle cookie incident.
4. When She Caused a Rift at the Posche Fashion Show
Apparently, Kim DePaola, commonly known as Kim D, sparked cheating rumors about Teresa. Being the natural hot-headed that she is, Giudice confronted her in front of several other attendees of the charity fashion show.
5. When Teresa’s Pronunciation was Tested
Popular for her way with words, Andy Cohen quizzed Teresa’s pronunciation — with a twist. The host also tested her husband at the time, Joe Giudice, whether he can guess if his wife can say the words right. Cohen called the game “Teresaurus.”