Other 'Housewives' Weigh in On Teresa Giudice's Family Drama
Other 'Housewives' Weigh in On Teresa Giudice's Family Drama
Gina Pusateri
Gina Pusateri
Contributing Writer, BuddyTV
Everyone knows that when you open your life to be exposed on reality TV, it seems that every viewer turns into a critic about the way you live your life. Now criticism for The Real Housewives of New Jersey star Teresa Giudice is coming from other stars of other franchises, who know a little about what she's going through.

"Teresa Giudice has picked fame over her family and friends," Joanna Krupa of The Real Housewives of Miami told Radar Online. "Every family has its issues, but you don't hit below the belt. She doesn't need to be this low to make a name for herself. Everybody already knows who she is."

Joanna is no stranger to dealing with family issues so publicly. She and her sister, Marta, are often quarreling on RHOM.

"You don't mess with family," she said. "Teresa took it a step way too far hitting below the belt with Melissa [Gorga] and the stripper thing. Everyone loves fame and money, but you don't do that to your family."

Joanna also has a little more experience with fame and life in the limelight because she has been an international model and actress since her early 20s.

"I don't know what Teresa is thinking, but she's lost herself in the world of fame. She's scared of losing it, so she'll do whatever it takes to stay on top. There's no reason to disrespect your family. I can't even imagine doing that. I guess some people love fame too much."

Joanna isn't the only fellow housewife who has strong words about Teresa. A new face to this season of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, Marisa Zanuck told RumorFix exactly how she feels.

"I don't like the New Jersey Housewives. I'm so sick of seeing Teresa and her family fight," Marisa said. "It's annoying. I don't want to see it anymore."

Marisa is married to movie producer Dean Zanuck, who is the son of the co-founder of 20th Century Fox, so it seems this big-time Hollywood gal has no trouble holding back.

"Teresa seems like a bitch," Marisa said. "I don't like Teresa. Maybe at first [I liked Teresa] in the first season. But then she was so mean to Danielle [Staub]. She went over, above and beyond what she had to do to make her point. I don't like women like that. She's mean."

Ouch. Because calling someone you don't know a bitch isn't mean, Marisa? On the plus side, if she's this feisty all the time, we will probably get plenty of new drama coming our way for season 3 of RHOBH.

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