Teresa Giudice has really embraced her "Namaste Teresa" nickname since returning home from prison last year, not only in her newfound affinity for yoga, but also in adopting a calmer and more peaceful demeanor. Now that Teresa has made amends with her former enemy Danielle Staub, is she planning on moving past her drama with other Real Housewives of New Jersey alums, such as Caroline Manzo?
Unfortunately, that's where the goodwill namastops for Teresa right now. When one caller asked if she thought that she'd be making up with Caroline in the future during Sunday night's Watch What Happens Live (clip above), Teresa responded with a big, "No! N-O spells no!"
When The Daily Dish caught up with Caroline in August, she expressed that the feeling is mutual. "We could all sugarcoat it as much as you want. The truth of the matter is she don't want to talk to me. I don't want to talk to her," Caroline said of whether or not she had been in touch with Teresa recently. "And she's fine with that, and I'm fine with that."
Melissa Gorga, who appeared with Teresa on WWHL Sunday night, said that she didn't harbor the same negative feelings about Caroline. "Me and Caroline don't speak on the phone every day. We're just, like, acquaintances," she told Andy Cohen. "If I see her, I have no problems with Caroline. I love her family. But we don't speak. We don't go to lunch."
Teresa has her own theory about why that is. "They only spoke when it was good for [Caroline], when she was on the show," she said.
Melissa then clarified the nature of their interactions. "The only time I talked to her was when she was on the show," she said. "And I saw her at Lauren [Manzo Scalia]'s wedding."
However, Melissa said that's really because their friendship originally came about because of RHONJ. "We weren't girlfriends before the show. I met her through the show," she explained. "I don't have a relationship with her. I feel like [Teresa] had a relationship with Caroline. I really didn't."
So how did Teresa's shocking reconciliation with Danielle come about anyway? Find out, below.