“The Real Housewives of New Jersey” star Teresa Giudice may have said that she would continue to work even though she is facing a big trial later this fall, but it sounds like she is being selective in what work she is doing. She was supposed to attend a New York Fair this weekend, where Bravo fans could meet her along with other Bravo housewives. However, one can imagine she didn’t want people asking her questions about her legal issues. According to a new Wetpaint Entertainment report published on Aug. 23, “The Real Housewives of New Jersey” star Giudice was replaced by her cousin at a New York State Fair.
Apparently, Giudice was supposed to be with Tamra Barney and Jill Zarin while meeting fans. However, she was replaced by Kathy Wakile. And she seemed excited to be able to have that chance to meet people. "Can't wait to meet everyone at #NYStateFair -I'll be there with @TamraBarney @Jillzarin & of course @richardwakile," Wakile wrote on Twitter. Fair-goers will be able to greet the three Bravolebrities for free with their fair-admission tickets, which should be a big show for Bravo fans.
Giudice was listed on the original website as an appearing housewife, but the website quickly changed the schedule when Giudice backed out. “Our contract requires that the promoter provides three past or present 'Real Housewives' for the event, with no names specified. Kathy Wakile has agreed to appear at the event at the Fair. We look forward to an entertaining show,” the website read.
Are you surprised Giudice backed out because of her legal issues?