Joe Giudice Reveals Which RHONJ Scene Was The Most "Painful" To Watch
Somehow Bravo managed to squeeze even more tea out of the dysfunctional Giudice interview.
Following Andy Cohen's interview with Teresa and Joe Giudice, Bravo decided to release a "never before seen clip" from their sit down where Juicy Joe was discussing whether or not he watched The Real Housewives of New Jersey while he was locked up and revealed seeing his family on TV while he was in prison was too painful.
During the interview, Andy asked Joe about watching the Bravo show while in prison and he replied saying he would watch the show now and then when guys would come up to him, and shared one of his fellow inmates at his first prison would love to watch Bravo, however, once Joe moved to his second prison he didn't tune into his wife's reality show too often. Joe explained:
“Occasionally, guys would come and get me and tell me that the show was on and occasionally I would watch a little bit here and there. I didn’t watch it that much but I would watch certain things. When I was in Fort Dix, the first federal prison, there was this one guy, Jack, that loved Bravo. So, he always had the Bravo channel on. When I got to the other prison, which was Allenwood, there was really nobody that had that channel on too much. It was only on once in a while. I was able to catch clips here and there.”
It's nice to know the Real Housewives franchise is big, even in an all-male prison. That's impact.
Joe then told Andy he didn't like watching the show when he was behind bars because it was too painful to see his family on television and elaborated saying seeing his daughter cry through a window when he was on his way to surrender to prison was the hardest moment he's had watching the show. Juicy Joe revealed:
“It was actually painful to watch them on television and it was actually sad. My daughter was waving through the window when I was leaving to go to Fort Dix. That was gut-wrenching. I couldn’t even watch that."
I'm confused why Bravo didn't leave this tea in the original interview because that's premium information we need!
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