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RHONJ Reunion: Gia's Song a Teresa Giudice Parenting Fail? (Video)

Real Housewives of New Jersey reunion part 2 Teresa Giudice RHONJ

RHONJ reunion part 2

The Real Housewives of New Jersey reunion blazed on in part two, with a heated fight over Teresa Giudice’s parenting fails.

Was Teresa so totally on the defensive during the RHONJ reunion or what?

Teresa Giudice really took a lot of heat over Gia’s song… What happened with Gia and the song she sang during Milania’s birthday party?

Gia sang a sad little tune about the fight between Teresa Guidice, husband Joe and brother Joe that went like this: “It is just too much. Waking up in the morning. Going to school worrying and worrying. It is just too much.”

Teresa said to Gia, “Do you see Mommy trying? Do you think I should do more?’ She’s like, ‘No, Mommy, I see that you’re trying. I just wish Joe would try back.”

The RHONJ reunion ladies all agreed it was inappropriate to have a talk like that with a 10 year old, with Caroline noting, “What you did to that child with that song was wrong.”

Teresa, ever turning the blind eye, said, “I think that it was a beautiful song.”

Caroline countered with, “I think it was a disgrace.”

Kathy was a little more rational about Gia’s song, telling Teresa, “Knowing that this song was something that could be potentially emotional, singing it on national TV, don’t you think that you could have proofread it first?”

Teresa defended her decision (natch), saying, “She wanted to surprise me … I thought it would open my brother’s eyes.”

Caroline wasn’t having it, saying that Teresa “used your child as a tool.”

And then, this happened. “Go scratch,” Teresa snapped.

Scratch, scratch.

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