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Teresa's Nightmare! Andy Cohen Begging Caroline Manzo To Come Back To 'RHONJ'

andy cohen begging teresa giudice enemy carolina manzo return rhonj
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Mar. 4 2019, Updated 3:07 p.m. ET

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Teresa Giudice's worst nightmare is coming true.

Andy Cohen has been begging her sworn enemy Caroline Manzo to return to the Real Housewives of New Jersey, exclusively learned.

"Andy has called Caroline so many times trying to get her back on the show," an insider snitched to

"He calls her husband too, he's pushing hard to have her come back."

While Teresa has been adamant that she does not want Caroline back on RHONJ, the possibility is growing stronger by the day.

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"Caroline has turned him down so many times, but he is really trying to convince her to come back. But she's worried that the fans won't be there for her." reported that filming for RHONJ was starting in early March in order to capture all of Joe Giudice's deportation drama and after starring on the show for the first five seasons, Caroline would fit right back in, the source explained.

Meanwhile, Teresa stayed close with Caroline's sister, and reported she met up with Dina Manzo while she was in Los Angeles in January to get marriage advice from her.


"Teresa doesn't want Caroline back, but she doesn't make the decisions on the show," the source snitched to

"And Andy can be very persuasive."

Do you think Caroline should be back on RHONJ? Sound off in comments below.

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