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Table-Flipper No More! Teresa’s Mellow New Attitude Worries ‘RHONJ’ Execs

Teresa Giudice Lost Zen After Prison
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Jan. 19 2016, Updated 8:20 p.m. ET

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Teresa Giudice has made a triumphant return to the spotlight post-prison but RadarOnline.com has exclusively learned that the reformed reality star’s new attitude has producers of the Bravo show worried about the upcoming season’s drama.

The 43-year-old Real Housewives of New Jersey star was back in action at her sister-in-law Melissa Gorga’s fashion boutique, Envy, opening on January 14, 2015, with her daughter Gia Giudice, 15, by her side. But according to eyewitnesses, she seemed like a different woman.

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"She was so zen after being in prison that nothing is fazing her anymore," the insider said. "She had to be told where to stand and what to do and basically did nothing. She wasn’t at all like her old diva self!"

Giudice is fresh out of the Danbury Federal Correctional Institution, and the source said her outlook on life has completely changed.

"She basically has a 'f**k it' attitude. She figures nothing else that bad can happen to her. She spent nearly a year away from her daughters that she loves so much," the source explained. "So she’s at peace with everything."

A far cry from the table-throwing diva that fans fell in love with, Giudice was clearly a different person at the event.

Said the source, "Everyone was really impressed by Teresa. They really think she may have changed. No one believed it could happen, but it did."

Now, the insider said the only people who are worried about the new Giudice are the producers of the Bravo show.

"Teresa’s drama, and especially her fights, are what people tuned in to see. They wanted to see her have meltdowns and screaming fits. The producers are worried that the show won’t have any bite with her new calm attitude," claimed the source. "The last season was a little boring and they’re worried about ratings if she doesn’t bring anything good to the table."

Will you tune in to see the new and improved Teresa? Sound off in comments below.

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