Andy Cohen Reacts to Reports of Teresa and Joe Giudice's Separation

Andy Cohen Reacts to Reports of Teresa and Joe Giudice's Separation

The WWHL host is "certainly fascinated to see" what's next for the RHONJ mom.

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Following reports that Teresa Giudice and Joe Giudice decided to separate after 20 years of marriage, Andy Cohen is sharing his take on The Real Housewives of New Jersey couple's reported separation.

The Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen host appeared on E!’s Pop of the Morning on Tuesday (January 7) and shared that fans will get to see more of the couple as they decide on what's next for them on the current season of RHONJ (as teased in the preview above).

"The season that's airing right now, she is still figuring out what to do with Joe and we see her go to Italy towards the end of the season and reunite with Joe, which is really interesting," he said on the E! talk show, adding, "How will single Teresa do? I do not know, but I'm certainly fascinated to see."

Ahead of that November visit to Italy to see Joe, in October, both of the Giudices appeared together for a special sit-down with Andy, The Real Housewives of New Jersey Special Event: Joe and Teresa Unlocked, during which they opened up about the future of their marriage. At the time, it was open-ended.

Joe was released to Italy in October following his release from ICE custody. He is currently there waiting on a decision to be made in his ongoing deportation case.

RHONJ airs Wednesdays at 9/8c. Check out highlights from the RHONJ Season 10 After Show, below.

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