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When The Real Housewives of New Jersey ladies visited Margaret Josephs' friend Polly at her Oklahoma home, they soon realized they weren't in the Garden State anymore — and no one was more vocal about that than Jennifer Aydin.
The RHONJ rookie was outspoken about her dislike of country music, and she remarked that Polly's home wasn't exactly the Four Seasons, much to the chagrin of Margaret during the girls' trip. After Margaret called Jennifer out on it at the end of the ladies' getaway, she apologized to Polly, and the case seemed to be closed.
Jennifer further explained her behavior when she appeared on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen Wednesday night. "You know what, I have to say, I did not realize I was disrespecting her home when it was happening. You have to see, it was my first time away with girls since I've been married," she said. "I kind of felt like I was at a bed and breakfast, and I kind of forgot this was somebody's home."
She added that because she was so new to the group and was rooming on her own, she felt "isolated" and like she didn't have a connection to the others. "I have diarrhea of the mouth. And of course, looking back, I totally regret that," Jennifer shared. "I was mortified. I'm a reasonable, rational person. I thought I was being funny. I kind of wanted to bond with everybody. It didn't go my way, obviously. Noted, and I'll do better next time."
Jennifer got to show the RHONJ squad a little hospitality of her own when she invited them to her Paramus Palace in Wednesday night's episode. Go inside the marvelous mansion, below.
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