The 'Real Housewives of NJ' Celebrate Christmas

Monday, 18 Jul 2011 03:37 PM

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Last night’s episode of 'The Real Housewives of New Jersey' gave viewers a juicy peek into a Housewives Christmas party, and the festivities were nothing short of explosive, reports Reality Wanted
 
Melissa and Joe Gorga threw down more than $50,000 for what Melissa called her “Happy Birthday, Jesus” party. The couple’s party planner, Fabulous Fred, insisted the hosts dole out extra cash for attractive servers, or else there would be “roly poly servers with their bellies sticking out.” In addition to aesthetically pleasing waiters, the holiday get-together boasted an ice sculpture in the likeness of Joe and Melissa, a casino room with “Gorga money,” and a mini-red carpet in front of the house. Melissa, in an elaborate gown and tiara, announced throughout the episode that the bash was “for the kids”— each guest was asked to bring a toy to donate to St. Joseph’s Hospital in Patterson, N.J.
 
But it wouldn’t be a 'Real Housewives' gathering without a little bit of drama. Soon after arriving at the celebration, Teresa Guidice got into an argument with her cousin, Kathy. Next, Melissa Gorga’s brother-in-law accused Teresa’s husband, Joe, of owing him $1,000, and Kim G. brought Teresa’s arch-nemesis Monica Chacon to the Gorga’s home.

Chacon is currently suing Teresa and her husband. Once catching wind of the situation, Melissa civilly asked Chacon to leave the party, as she was not invited in the first place. The episode stopped short of covering the entire Christmas affair, so fans will have to tune in next week to see how things turn out.
 
'The Real Housewives of New Jersey' airs at 10/9c Sundays on Bravo.

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