Teresa Aprea and Nicole Napolitano consider ditching RHONJ for a spin-off
Teresa Aprea and Nicole Napolitano have greatly enjoyed being on The Real Housewives of New Jersey, but that doesn't mean they're particularly eager to return for another season. They shared their plans for the future — which may or may not include RHONJ — during the latest
The twins have been a breath of fresh air on The Real Housewives of New Jersey, but after just one season, they're already thinking of calling it quits. Being involved in the Real Housewives is not all glitz and glamour, and Aprea and Napolitano were quick to admit that while chatting with Cooper Lawrence on Girls in Heels. Life as a Housewife comes with a lot of stress, and the twins aren't so sure they want to deal with that anymore.
First, before the twins can make a decision, they have to be invited back. At this point, they're not 100 percent sure that Bravo wants them to stick around for another season. The drama with the Giudice family has made what is already a confusing process all the more complex. Napolitano explained, "There's a lot going on with Bravo...I don't think they're really sure how they're going to proceed."
Aprea is more likely to leave than Napolitano. She confessed, "If contracts are right, we'll see. I won't do [the show] unless it's so wow; it's gotta wow me." Rino Aprea would also have to be very impressed by the contract because he already thinks that it's not worth it for his spouse to once again be involved with the Real Housewives. He's mostly OK with the idea of her being a reality star; he simply doesn't appreciate the negativity of RHONJ.
If the twins don't return to The Real Housewives of New Jersey, they will still most likely be involved in the world of reality television. However, instead of hanging out with Teresa Giudice, Dina Manzo and the rest of the RHONJ gals, they'll transition to a spin-off series, perhaps a bit like Manzo'd With Children. Aprea looks forward to having "more over control over what we're filming" and delivering "a family show."
The RHONJ twins have already filmed a pilot and are now on the hunt for a time slot that won't conflict too much with football or other popular Sunday broadcasting. Aprea promised, "It's gonna happen... we have a lot of people interested."