Friday, January 31, 2020

Albie Manzo Reveals What Really Happened When Caroline Manzo And Teresa Giudice Filmed Super Bowl Commercial!

Albie Manzo told Page Six on his podcast, Dear Albie, that he booked his plane ticket to Los Angeles to be on set with his mom, Caroline Manzo and Teresa Giudice just days before the Real Housewives of New Jersey stars shot the their Super Bowl commercial.

“We get to LA. Everybody goes to the studio, I show up maybe about 45 minutes after Mom did and they went through hair and makeup and we’re waiting for the actual shoot to take place and I haven’t seen Teresa in years,” Albie recalled.

“Last time I saw Teresa had to be — that is a really good question because I do not know,” he continued, noting that he did see Joe Giudice a few months before he went to prison, and estimates that it may have been while they were shooting “The Real Housewives of New Jersey.”

Caroline and Teresa last appeared on the show together in Season 5, which aired in 2013. The women saw each other for the first time since then when they “were getting mic’d up basically next to each other” for the spot.

“Teresa walks in, I wasted zero time personally. I went right up, said ‘Hi,’ gave her a hug,” Albie said, later adding of his mom and Teresa, “They said ‘Hi’ and it was totally fine.”

“To be honest with you, it was exactly what I thought it was going to be,” Albie said of them seeing each other for the first time, according to a report from Page Six. “Teresa and I were actually really cool when she was on the show. We used to text often. She was always trying to set me up with people. Very friendly relationship, especially when she was cool with Jac [Laurita, Albie’s aunt], and obviously when she was cool with Mom … the issues that Teresa and Mom have, in my opinion, I do believe, are on Teresa’s end manufactured but I think are — I don’t think she necessarily even realizes it.”

“I will tell you the God’s honest truth, my read on the entire situation, while they were filming the commercial and everything else was that they were having fun,” he continued. “I actually got almost — I almost felt bad because I think it was the type of thing where Mom was 100 percent herself Mom, and I think I watched Teresa have kind of like, the hair up on her neck when she walked in and was looking for something to go on and then was like, ‘Wait a minute.’ Because when they were together, these bulls–t aspect of things are just not present … I think you saw Teresa get a taste of actually what used to be a little bit. And I think honestly it was almost a little sad. They were in a room together and I think they were having a good time.”

Teresa and Caroline’s ad is set to debut during Super Bowl LIV on Sunday, February 2.

Listen to the full podcast episode courtesy via Dear Albie below:



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