‘Real Housewives of New Jersey’ star Melissa Gorga ‘confident’ in her actions going into Season 13

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There’s a lot of speculation going into Season 13 of The Real Housewives of New Jersey, and longtime star Melissa Gorga is looking forward to the full story finally being told.

As dedicated fans of the Bravo hit know, this season ends with Melissa’s sister-in-law Teresa Giudice’s wedding, which the Gorgas ultimately decided to skip following a massive fight that takes place during this season’s finale. It’s unclear exactly what happened during the argument, but what is clear is that it represents a turning point in a decadelong feud between Teresa, her brother and his wife.

In the latest episode of In The Know by Yahoo’s pop culture interview series We Should Talk, Melissa revealed how she’s feeling going into Season 13 of RHONJ, why she’s excited to share her side of the story, what she thinks of the new additions to the cast and how they affect the group dynamic, and how she thinks the show can move forward amid the divide between her and Teresa.

“I realize that there’s gonna be my side, there’s gonna be my sister-in-law’s side, Jen’s side, Margaret’s side … we’re all gonna have a side, and we all feel right in our own minds. That’s what makes the world go round. You’re hearing a lot of everybody else’s side right now except for mine,” Melissa told In The Know. “I’m very confident about what I did this season. I’m confident about how I felt about my actions. It is what it is. I have nothing to hide. I feel like everything I did had a reason, and the way that Joe and I decided to protect our family? Who can argue with someone saying, ‘We wanted to protect our family?'”

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