Real Housewives of New Jersey Talk Christening Fight: Should Kids be on Reality TV?

Real Housewives of New Jersey christening fight video

Real Housewives of New Jersey christening fight video

The Real Housewives of New Jersey are back with the season 3 premiere… and badder than ever, it seems.

Watch the Real Housewives of New Jersey cast talk about the fight that broke out at a family christening. Yes, a christening!

Crazy moments like this have people wondering if reality shows should include kids at all.

What caused the RHONJ christening fight? Seems words were exchanged (they always are!) between Teresa Giudice and her brother, Joe Gorga. Teresa’s husband is married to new RHONJ cast member Melissa Gorga.

In this Today show interview, you can see all heck break out at the christening, but the ladies aren’t revealing too much about the hows and the whys, more or less teasing that you have to watch to find out because “it’s extremely deep,” according to Gorga. She adds, “It’s real” and “There’s a lot of emotions going on.”

Gorga mentioned that it was “unfortunate” that the cameras caught it all. Helloo?? You’re on a reality show… of course there are cameras rolling!

While the focus of RHONJ isn’t on the kids, they are, of course, included in the filming of the series. This Real Housewives’ christening fight is a doozy – there are children everywhere at a family gathering like this. Is it fair to the kids to subject them to this kind of drama? Would an outbreak like this even go down if there weren’t cameras to capture it all?

Will you be watching more of the Real Housewives of New Jersey drama this season? Or are you over it? I’m kind of burned out on the Housewives franchise… I know, I know, how can that be?

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