The fun never stops when it comes to the girls from "The Real Housewives Of New Jersey", as Anderson Cooper proved when he had Teresa Giudice on his show "Anderson Live" yesterday.
After the housewives' reunion show--which got uglier than most people were prepared for (and we were prepared for a lot)--Teresa felt she should make the rounds and try to explain her side of things. Cooper called her out for quite a bit of it, saying, "Who cares? You're not 12-years old!" when she defended her cruel assessment of Caroline Manzo during their on-air argument. But he got to the meat of the story very quickly when he brought up Jacqueline Laurita's visit to his show, during which he asked her point-blank who had not been supportive of her recent revelation that her son has autism. While Jacqueline swerved around the question, it was clear the answer was Teresa, and when asked about it, Teresa insisted she had reached out to Jacqueline when the news broke...with a text.
When Cooper pressed her, asking why she didn't call her old friend, Teresa replied, "It's gone further than that...If I show you the texts she sent to me, it's like if it keeps going, eventually I'm going to go to the cops because I want her to leave me alone. I did nothing to her."
Teresa says that there were a "lot of things" said to her during the reunion show that didn't get caught on camera, and what we saw was her defending herself against them. However, anyone who has watched the show knows about Teresa's track record, so it's hard to say whether or not she's being truthful.