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Melissa Gorga offers viewers spoilers for ‘Real Housewives of New Jersey’

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Fans of “The Real Housewives of New Jersey” were treated to some inside information by Melissa Gorga. The reality star knows that the fans want to hear all the juicy details and offered up a sneak peek at the upcoming season with a few insights. According to WetPaint on Monday, the star shared several details including that the show feels completely different with three new cast members.

The fans will be seeing double this year with twin sisters Teresa and Nicole Napolitano as well as their friend Amber Marchese. There is expected to be plenty of drama and lots of family moments (especially with the sisters.) Of course there will be a healthy mixture of the previous cast members who have decided to stay too.

The cast members leaving offer a bit of sadness to fans who have come to expect them on television every week. Caroline Manzo and Jacqueline Laurita won’t be returning to the show, but fans can see them on Manzo’s new show debuting later this year.

One of the variables that has the fans intrigued on the next season is Victoria Gotti. A big fight was reported with the reality star and it included cast members. While the details aren't entirely known, The Inquisitr is reporting that Melissa Gorga confirmed the fight was taped (and fans hope it hits the air too.)

While viewers will need to wait a few more months before getting the chance to find out the details, Melissa Gorga has suggested the fresh cast members offer up a new reason to watch. Letting everyone get the chance to be acquainted, this season appears to have new adventures and opportunities waiting for the stars. And then there is Teresa Guidice’s legal stuff too.

Will viewers be ready for “The Real Housewives of New Jersey” this year? It appears so, but people will need to wait a bit before the shows hit the air.

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