The event that was slated to be filmed for the finale episode of The Real Housewives of New Jersey took place last night, at Macaluso’s in Hawthorne, New Jersey.
Candy station at Envy by Melissa Gorga fashion show
Melissa Gorga’s boutique, Envy, was on display and Melissa and her family were all smiles, as the snazzy fashions strutted the runway. All About the Tea’s source, who claimed that Jacquelyn Laurita would be a no-show, was once again, proven on the money.
Laurita did not attend—which raises questions about where producers will land, while trying to craft a finale episode. Jacquelyn and Melissa are embroiled in a feud, so to assemble the core cast in one place, may prove to be challenging.
Melissa and her sister-in-law, Teresa Giudice, were all hugs and smiles during the event, proving that all is peaceful in a family that recently lost one of it’s patriarchs. Joe Giudice is currently serving his prison sentence, at Ft Dix, NJ. Teresa took in the show with her brother Joe, proudly cheering on Melissa.
Teresa Giudice and Joe Gorga at the Envy fashion show
Interestingly, Teresa looked radiant and happy, during her sister-in-law’s big night. One picture, might explain why a week old prison-widow, looks so relaxed and cheerful. Teresa was photographed with her family attorney, James Leonard Jr., in an oddly cozy pose.
Giudice attorney James J. Leonard Jr. & Teresa Giudice at the Envy fashion show
Can anyone explain WHY it was necessary for the Giudice family attorney to appear at this boutique event? Those flushed cheeks speak for themselves.
The evening went fabulously, and Teresa posed above with her
drama-filled costars Robyn Levy and Christina Flores.
Melissa was thrilled with the turnout. All is love and light in the Giudice/Gorga world. But how will the rosy-cheeked legal eagle in the room be explained, as the franchise struggles to right itself?
Teresa Giudice at the Envy fashion show
Melissa Gorga & daughter Antonia Gorga at the Envy fashion show
Kathy and Rich Wakile at the Envy fashion show
The fans are tired of waiting for the inside scoop—but a certain background shift may prove to be far more interesting, than anything Bravo could produce.