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New Jersey Housewives REALLY Bring The Drama! Teresa Giudice & Melissa Gorga Face Off

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Apr. 21 2012, Published 8:45 a.m. ET

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By Radar Staff

The Italian American vixens are back and they are as feisty as ever…. and then some!

The Real Housewives of New Jersey returns this Sunday and RadarOnline.com has a sneak peek of season four’s drama packed, fist flying trailer, which culminates in a face off between warring Teresa Giudice and Melissa Gorga.

Teresa, Melissa, Jacqueline Laurita, Caroline Manzo and Kathy Wakile bring the attitude and the catfights once again to the Garden State, in what appears to be the tensest premiere ever.

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The Bravo reality show gang embark on a well-intentioned trip to Napa Valley. But with copious amounts of what wine country has to offer, the ensuing arguments bring tears and tantrums.

Jacqueline returns after sitting out last season’s reunion show and her relationship with Teresa reaches boiling point. The hot-headed mom-of-four also continues to battle it out with Caroline, her husband Joe and anybody else that gets in her way.

Meanwhile, Caroline helps to organize her brother’s gay wedding and helps daughter Lauren deal with her body image issues. She is also dealing with the fact that she has hit menopause and her already impetuous mood swings have become 100 percent worse.

Melissa continues to pursue her singing career with some choreography help from Jennifer Lopez’s ex-husband Cris Judd.

And to show that the Jersey Shore isn’t just for Snooki and The Situation, the gang rent a house there, but it all comes to a head when Teresa suggests that Melissa is nothing but a gold digger.

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