This Is the Part of Melissa Gorga's House That Was Inspired by Scarface

Find out how she paid homage to the classic Al Pacino flick.

As many fans of The Real Housewives of New Jersey know by now, Melissa Gorga has an eye for glam style when it comes to decorating her Garden State home (see what we mean above). So we're not too surprised to hear that the home featured in Al Pacino's classic film Scarface served as a small inspiration for her own luxe, over-the-top pad.

"So this is the foyer. I wanted it to be super grand and I just feel like it kind of invites you in. And I'm not gonna lie, we used to watch Scarface together, Joe and I, and I had to have the double staircase," she revealed on Open House — before breaking out her best Tony Montana impression.

Earlier this month, it was confirmed that Melissa and Joe Gorga are selling this very home, a 9,100-square-foot Montville mansion, for $3.5 million. "My family and I have so many amazing memories in this house; Joe and I built and designed it from the ground up," Melissa said in a statement. "However, we decided it was time for a change and we're excited to see where life brings us next."

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