Teresa Giudice Slams “B—h” Sofia Vergara: “She Should Be Nice, She’s an Immigrant”
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Teresa Giudice Slams “B—h” Sofia Vergara: “She Should Be Nice, She’s an Immigrant”


Teresa Giudice just can’t hold her tongue.

We know the Real Housewives of New Jersey gets into it with her castmates, but she also isn’t afraid to go after Hollywood’s finest.

The reality star is now taking aim at Modern Family actress Sofia Vergara after claiming the actress wasn’t nice to her last week.

In fact, the mother of four says the funny lady acted like a “b—h” while they got their photo taken together during a media appearance.

But, instead of calling her a “b—h” and leaving it at that, the Bravolebrity took it one step too far.

While speaking at the “Gettin’ Real With The Housewives” event in Connecticut, Teresa said Sofia should have been nice because “she’s an immigrant.”

In a video obtained by TMZ, the 45-year-old recounted the incident with the Colombian actress.

“We're in the green room and my publicist from Bravo says, ‘You're going to run into Sofia so we want you to take pictures together,’” she shares.

“I said, ‘Alright that's fine.’”

Teresa was then shocked by the 45-year-old’s lack of kindness towards here.

“We were in the green room and I hate to say it because I'm Italian and she's Colombian,” Teresa continued.  

“She's has an accent, more of an accent than me.”

The New Jersey native then says she thought Sofia should’ve been nice because she’s an immigrant.

“You think she would be nice, you know she's an immigrant. No, but I'm just saying, she should be nice.”


The comment clearly attracted audible gasps from the audience, but Teresa continued to explain the uncomfortable situation.

“So they take a picture and this is how she wanted to take a picture with me but she didn't want to take a picture,” Teresa revealed.

“I'm here, so I'm standing and she goes like this [stepping in front of me] to take a picture.”

She continued, “And I didn't even do anything, I swear that's what she did. I was so mad at myself because I wanted to say: 'B—h I didn't want to take a picture with you.’”