REAL Housewives of New Jersey star Jennifer Aydin hinted at a fall-out from her best friend Teresa Giudice, as she claimed she may not be invited to the star’s wedding.
The potential Real Housewives of New Jersey feud was sparked at Jennifer’s Charity Masquerade Ball at 46 Lounge in New Jersey on Wednesday to support her brother Steven’s non-profit musical theater organization Long Island Musical Theater Festival.
Jennifer, 44, exclusively told The Sun at the event of Teresa’s upcoming wedding to fiance Luis Ruelas: “I don’t know if I’ll be a bridesmaid, but I’m hoping I’ll be an attendee. I think I will be. I hope so, but you never know!”
She went on to praise the relationship, as she continued: “I love them. I’m so happy for them. I really wish them all the best. They’re discovering each other every day. He’s such a team player. He’s so supportive of her. It’s everything she’s ever wanted.”
Teresa, 49, was set to appear at the event, as she promoted the Charity Masquerade Ball on her social media earlier this week, but the Bravo star unexpectedly didn’t show up.
Co-star Dolores Catania told The Sun at the event that Teresa was “tired” from previous engagements.
Dolores, 50, also went on to reveal the “explosive” upcoming season, which recently wrapped filming.
She told The Sun on the red carpet: “This season is very crazy. I have to say I didn’t think we could beat last year, but we beat it. I want to say a lot of the episodes and the things that happened reminded me of the old school reactions.
“I am almost afraid to watch it. We all took turn on each other, all of us.”
Jennifer added of the dramatic upcoming season: “This season is going to be explosive. It’s going to be bananas. It’s so personal for every single one of us on the show.
“A lot of reality shows are getting stale. People are losing interest. Jersey is going to be back ten fold. It’s going to be one of our best seasons.
“I have a big story this season. A lot of the stories will revolve around personal stuff. Right now I am in a good place with all of my co-stars. I don't know how it’s going to be when the show airs and I see what everyone says behind my back.
“Until then I’m keeping it classy and saying we’re all in a good place.”
Teresa’s absence from the event and Jennifer unsure of if she’ll be invited comes as a shock, as the two are one of the closest on the cast.
Just earlier this week, Teresa posted a photo alongside Jennifer with the caption: “With my girl @jenniferaydin what I love about her is that she always has me laughing, what’s better than that…”
Over the weekend, Teresa and Luis celebrated their engagement with Jennifer and her husband Bill.
Jennifer captioned a couples’ photo: “Loved celebrating you two and we wish you all love and happiness in the world! Congratulations on your engagement! Let the #LouResa begin!”
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The Sun also reported Teresa’s friend Caroline Rauseo , 49, confirmed she will be joining the show.
Caroline exclusively told The Sun at the event: “I have been friends with Teresa for over 25 years. I met Jennifer and Dolores through Teresa and we’re really close. We have established a friendship.”
The New Jersey realtor said filming for her debut season was “exciting.”
She continued: “I can’t say who I fought with right now, but if you watch this season is very explosive. There are a lot of exciting moments.”
Caroline joining the show has been a rumor for months, as she has posted photos on Instagram with Teresa, Jennifer and Dolores.
She will also join housewives Melissa Gorga, Margaret Josephs and Jackie Goldschneider.
Former football star Tiki Barber’s wife, Traci Lynn, has also been rumored to join the show as a friend.
A source previously told The Sun: "Tiki Barber's wife Traci Lynn filmed with the cast at Margaret Josephs' Pride party in Englewood, NJ on Tuesday night.
"The party was shot for season 12, Traci is being tested out to see how she fits in with the other women, she's been filming scenes."
Traci also attended Jennifer's event.
Jennifer told The Sun of the charity event, which was sponsored by Imperial Exotic Cars Rental: “This is for my brother’s non-profit musical theater organization Long Island Musical Theater Festival.
“It’s a non-profit where basically they mentor students. It’s tuition-based funding and it’s not always enough to sustain putting on the shows. They need donations. The arts are dying. We need to draw attention to it. Tonight is just about having a good time and raising money and hopefully they can just donate.”
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