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'RHONJ' Teresa Giudice Talks Thanksgiving on 'Wendy Williams Show' (Photos)

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Teresa Giudice appeared on 'The Wendy Williams Show.'

The favorite villian of Real Housewives of New Jersey, Teresa Giudice, stopped by The Wendy Williams Show during her Black Friday episode to talk about the season 3 reunion, Thanksgiving, and her new cookbook “Fabulicious!”

Wendy tried to pry information out of Teresa regarding other cast members’ financial situations and where her relationship stands with most of the other housewives. But, unfortunately, Giudice was tight-lipped and just kept gabbing about funny situations with her kids.

Hate to break to you, Teresa, but we aren’t looking to hear about Milania. We want to know the dirt on the scandalous lives of Jersey’s finest!

Thankfully, Teresa did say she had a wonderful Thanksgiving with her husband and their kids. It seems like just yesterday that Caroline Manzo and Jacqueline Laurita were in Teresa’s house for her annual Friendsgiving in 2010. Look how much can change in one year.

And just to make sure you’d remember that Teresa is not classy, when asked if her husband likes her cooking, Giudice responded, “Oh yeah. He eats everything – along with me.”

Take a look at photos of Teresa and her family in New York City, celebrating Thanksgiving, below!

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    The girls in New York City.
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    Another shot of the girls.
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    Here's a shot of the whole family in NYC.
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    Teresa thinks Joe looks hot in this photo. Do you?
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    Teresa arriving to the Wendy Williams Show.
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[Photos via Twitter/PacificCoastNews.com.]

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