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Amber Marchese lost friendships; Teresa Giudice on not watching 'RHONJ' premiere

TV personality Teresa Giudice attends the Just Dance with Boy Meets Girl by Stacy Igel fashion show during Style360 Spring 2014 at Metropolitan Pavilion on September 12, 2013 in New York City.
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It sounds as if Amber Marchese had a really hard time filming her first season of "The Real Housewives of New Jersey." In an interview with OK! Magazine, posted on Friday, July 11, the show's stars talked about what filming season six of the show was like. While Teresa Giudice, Dina Manzo, Melissa Gorga, Nicole Napolitano, and Teresa Aprea had some pretty positive things to say about their experiences, Amber admitted that the season was quite dramatic and negative for her.

Amber said that she went into filming feeling positive and thinking that it would be a fun journey. Unfortunately, it wasn't fun for long. She admitted that she lost friendships and that even her husband got involved with the drama because he felt as if he had to defend her. The preview for the season show that Amber and Melissa have known each other for a long time so Amber's "lost friendships" comment may be a reference to Melissa.

Amber Marchese's husband is likely one of the husbands that Melissa was talking about when she, in an interview with Wetpaint Entertainment, said that the women's husbands will get a lot of air time in the new season. She said that the new husbands will divide viewers.

During the OK! Magazine interview, Teresa Giudice admitted that the premiere episode is so hard for her that she has yet to watch it. The housewives typically get a copy of the episodes to watch before the air dates so that they can give their reactions on social media and write their blogs. This means that they have already received the premiere episode, which is set to air Sunday, July 13. Teresa said that she has not been able to bring herself to watch the premiere episode because her father-in-law, who just unexpectedly passed away, is in it.

As for Melissa Gorga, she said that viewers will see her and her husband, Joe Gorga, start and work on their new business, which involves converting trash into gas through plasma technology. Nicole Napolitano and Teresa Aprea also chimed in, saying that despite some dramatic moments, everything works out well between the housewives in the end.

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