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Dina Manzo Dishes On Her Return To Real Housewives Of New Jersey

June 25, 2014 11:00 AM by Lisa Princ


As fans gear up for the new season of The Real Housewives Of New Jersey, many Facebook and Twitter followers are even more excited to see the return of Dina Manzo, despite the fact that Caroline Manzo is not returning to the show. And according to Dina, it’s lucky that Caroline left because she would never do another show with her family members!

The Real Housewives of New Jersey is set to return next month, and with the new season, we will see an old familiar face – Dina Manzo. However, Dina’s estranged sister Caroline Manzo, as well her estranged sister in law, Jacqueline Laurita are no longer on the show, but that seems to be just fine with Dina, according to a new report by US Weekly. “Other than my daughter (we share a bond that nothing can break), I will never do a reality show with family ever again. It’s just not a healthy environment,” Manzo told the magazine.

And though her sister and sister in law will not return for the new season, Dina insists that she did not get them fired in order for her return. “One of my first questions for the producers when I was invited back was, ‘You’re not getting rid of anyone because of me, right?’ And they said, ‘Absolutely not,’” Dina went on to explain. We’re thinking that with the departure of Caroline and Jacqueline, the show knew that Dina would agree to return.

Now the question is: Will Dina keep the drama flowing on the show this season?

What do you think? Are you excited for Dina Manzo’s return to The Real Housewives of New Jersey? We know you have an opinion and we want to hear it. Comment below to share your thoughts with us.


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