After seven (and soon-to-be eight) seasons of The Real Housewives of New Jersey, we know that there's no one out there quite like Teresa Giudice. What can we say? The RHONJ OG just has a certain je ne sais quoi.
And we're not the only ones who think so. Siggy Flicker broke down what makes her fellow Garden State gal so unique in the latest episode of the podcast Andy's Girls. The RHONJ relationship expert praised Teresa for being such an open book on the show over the years and said "you can't compare anybody to Teresa." "What you see is what you get. Over and over again. Who can ever say that they met another person who has had to endure the kind of pain and suffering that this woman has gone through? With going to jail, coming home, having your husband go to jail, recently her mother passed away," Siggy explained. "She truly is a survivor."
In fact, Siggy praised all of the "unbelievable families" on RHONJ for the love and passion they display. "If you're ever lucky enough to witness the love between Chris Laurita and Jacqueline Laurita, it's a love story, I mean, they're so on board and in tune to one another. Even the Wakiles, I never met a man who was so obsessed with his wife like Richie and Kathy. The love is so strong between the Wakiles, the Lauritas, between the Giudices. Right before Joe [Giudice] went away, I was with him and Teresa where every time you looked at her, his eyes would well with tears. I mean, the love, the love between. I mean, if you ever met my husband, he thinks I'm the first word and the last word in the dictionary," Siggy gushed. "Joe Gorga, he's 100 percent obsessed with Melissa. He loves his family, he loves his wife. That's what makes Jersey so delicious. It's that these marriages, these relationships are so strong, authentic, true, and there's just so much love there that if anybody ever crosses that line and says something about somebody else's spouse, it's like, oh my God. War goes. It's like all hell broke loose."
See what Siggy and the other RHONJ ladies had to say about Housewives outside of the Garden State, below.