Jacqueline and Dolores find themselves at odds in the upcoming episode of Bravo's hit reality show "The Real Housewives of New Jersey" season 7.
Titled "Nama'stay Away From Me," next week's episode will see the ladies gather in another party. According to the official synopsis for episode 15, tensions run high as Dolores throws a housewarming party and invites her friends for the first time since Vermont. Melissa prepares for her upcoming fashion show, and Teresa recovers from her first week without Joe, who is now serving prison time. Meanwhile, Siggy exerts some extra effort with her mom. Everyone will be surprised when Jacqueline and Dolores find themselves in a heated argument over a single phone call.
On another note, fans are still hoping to see "The Real Housewives of New Jersey" stars Teresa Giudice and Jacqueline Laurita settle their differences and become good friends again. However, in spite of their on-again-off-again friendship, Giudice recently said in an interview that it's over between the two of them.
"You know what? When you really hurt someone, I think it's hard to go back," Giudice told E! News. "It's like a marriage. Like when your husband cheats on you, it's hard to go—some women forgive, and I guess I did kind of forgive her because I did accept her back into my life when I came home, but then she hurt me again and again."
Earlier this month, Giudice and Laurita came face-to-face when they filmed the upcoming season 7 reunion episode. "It's definitely a reunion you don't want to miss," Giudice continued, adding that she's already moved on from her broken relationship with Laurita. "I wish her the best...that's what I just told her, I said, 'Just please leave me and my family alone,'" she said.
"The Real Housewives of New Jersey" season 7 airs every Sunday night at 8 p.m. ET on Bravo.
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