Joe Giudice Weighs In on Melissa, Joe Gorga’s Feud With Teresa

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His thoughts are shared. Joe GiudiceEx-wife weighed in Teresa Giudice‘s ongoing feud with brother Joe GorgaBravoCon was a great place to have a barb at the end of their exchange.

“It doesn’t surprise me one bit,” the Real Housewives of New JerseyExclusively told by alum 50 Us Weekly on Friday, October 21, when asked what he thought about Gorga, 43, skipping his sister’s August wedding to Luis “Louie” Ruelas. “That is who Melissa and Joe are.”

Speaking through his manager, Dominique Enchinton of Dominton Talent House, the Italy native added: “To be honest, I’m so glad I don’t have to deal with them and their drama anymore.”

The Gorga Guide for SuccessThis author was in the news earlier this year, when he and his wife were featured in the media. Melissa Gorga didn’t attend the wedding of Teresa, 50, and Ruelas, 48. “Blood doesn’t make you family,” he captioned an Instagram Story at the time, sharing a photo of himself and the “On Display” songstress, 43, posing with friends.

Two months later, tensions still haven’t eased. BravoCon was earlier this month and the planned RHONJThe panel was split in half so that Teresa and her husband could not be on it. Joe Gorga claimed that his sister was behind this change, while Teresa and her husband were the ones who actually did it. Turning the TablesAuthor claimed that Bravo producers made that decision.

Joe Giudice for his part believes that the feud between the siblings is at an all-time high. “I really don’t know if there’s a chance for them to repair their relationship,” he told Use on Friday, adding that he still has “hope” for the sake of Teresa and their daughters.

Former spouses are Gia, 21; Gabriella, 18; Milania, 16; and Audriana 13, respectively. The duo called it quits in December 2019 after 20 years of marriage, but they’ve since remained amicable — and Ruelas actually spoke to Joe Giudice on the day of the wedding.

“[I] called him to let him know that, you know, I’m committed to his daughters and committed to Teresa,” the entrepreneur told UseSaturday, October 15. “So, we’re really good.”

The owner of a construction company agrees. Use on Friday: “My relationship with Luis is good. As long as he’s good to Tre and my girls, I’m good with him.”

His status with the Gorgas, however, is another story, especially because of the way the feud has affected his daughters’ relationship with their uncle. “I know my girls love [Melissa and Joe Gorga] very much,” he explained to Use. “The only advice I give them is to try to be the best human beings possible and leave the rest to God and karma.”

Diana Cooper reporting