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Contract fights again?!
We already got plenty of shizz like this with the Real Housewives of New York…
…and we all know how THAT turned out. Nice try, ladiez.
But now it seems the Real Housewives of New Jersey are up to bat, and kind of find themselves in a similar position. Well, with the inneresting addition of Teresa Giudice's possible 50 years in jail.
You see, the ladiez are still waiting to be asked back for the next season, but the battle with Bravo won't be going down until after the reunion show because the network wants to make sure all the ladiez show up *cough*Jaqueline Laurita*cough*.
"They’re all starting to freak out. The women won’t get their contracts until after the reunion show for this season is filmed and that is happening the first week in September. They have to do everything that is required of them for THIS season and then Bravo will lock them down for the next season. But the stalemate is making everyone really nervous."
Even though they know the game, the Housewives are apparently worried they will be limited in asking for more money because the New York drama queens pretty much failed at getting that ball rolling.
But then again, our Jersey gurls have Teresa on their side and no way Bravo wants to miss out on filming her court dates and all the juicy convos set to go down!
We mean, that's one AH-Mazing, bling bling bargaining chip as the insider added:
"With Teresa’s crazy indictment and October trial coming up the ladies know that Bravo wants them all back, but they don’t know if they’re going to be able to get any more money. They would basically be filming two seasons back-to-back without a break and that is a lot more pressure for all of them."
If any of the ladiez can do back-to-back seasons, it's those table-flippin', wine-lovin', meatball-makin' mommas!
Film while you can because you might be one woman down very soon!
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