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Teresa Giudice & Jacqueline Laurita Kiss And Make Up! But Is It All For Show?

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Teresa Giudice and Jacqueline Laurita are trying to repair their broken relationship, but RadarOnline.com has exclusively learned that a recent double date might have been all for show!

The two battled ferociously on the last season of The Real Housewives of New Jersey, with both women vowing to never be friends again, but they tried to makes amends recently on a double date with their husbands.

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“Teresa and Jax had dinner with each other and their husbands, Joe Giudice and Chris Laurita, recently, and it was actually a friendly night — all captured on camera by Bravo,” a source close to the situation told RadarOnline.com about their evening at The Brick House in Wyckoff, New Jersey.

“There weren’t any fights, no table flipping and surprisingly no arguing, at least not on camera,” the source said.

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However, despite putting their best faces forward, a second insider told RadarOnline.com that Teresa and Jacqueline haven’t exactly kissed and made up.

“Those two have a TON of bad blood, and they both tried to cover up their true feelings for this one night.”

While Bravo cameras were rolling the foursome seemed happy, but the insider says that is far from the truth.

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“Jacqueline is still furious with Teresa after everything she said and did last year, on-and-off camera. She was truly hurt by Teresa on a deep level, and there is still a lot of anger brewing.

“Also, Teresa knows what makes for good TV, and that is fighting. She’s been trying to get more people to be friendlier to her this season, but she knows she has to bring the drama for the ratings, and she’s definitely planning on doing that this season.”

Do you believe Teresa and Jacqueline can forgive and forget? Tell us in comments.

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