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Why Did Danielle & Teresa Attack Each Other at Real Housewivs of NJ Reunion? (Photos)

It’s no secret that Teresa Guidice hates, and I mean hates, Danielle Staub. And she’s not the only one. Caroline Manzo, Dina Manzo and Jacqueline Laurita have no love for Danielle either. But Teresa, she is definitely the most apt to physically and verbally share her emotions.

All the housewives would love to put an end to their association with Danielle but co-starring with her on a show makes that  impossible. The housewives had to get together one last time for a two-part reunion show, and if you’re thinking that the get together would be explosive, you would be right.  Apparently Teresa and Danielle tried to attack each other. Oy Vey!

So what went down?

Some heated words were exchanged between Teresa and Danielle, and something really got Teresa upset. Teresa jumped up and was about to go after Danielle. Caroline and the reunion host Andy Cohen had to step in to stop Teresa.

“You could feel the tension,” a source said about the reunion. “They were ready to go and they were ready to put it all out on the table.”

Will it be dramatic, ohhhh yes. “This might be the best reunion we’ve ever done,” Cohen told PEOPLE. “You won’t believe how it starts and you won’t believe how it ends.”

So whey did the two almost come to blows? Here are some theories:

• Danielle brings up Teresa’s bankruptcy. Or maybe she makes another claim that Teresa’s house is in foreclosure.

• Danielle brings up Teresa’s husband’s DUI, maybe making illusions yet again that Joe was at a strip club when he should have been home with his wife and four daughters.

• Teresa brings up the information that Danielle allegedly might have been a real “prostitution whore,” that coming from her ex-boyfriend.

• The two just simply said “hello,” and to those two, those are fighting words right there!

What do you think went down. And in a brawl, who do you think would come out victorious?

Photo: Bravo via People

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