“Real Housewives of New Jersey’s Jennifer Aydin is Becoming a Mini Teresa Giudice”
The Real Housewives of New Jersey’s Jennifer Aydin is becoming a mini Teresa Giudice and fans are noticing.
The Turkish housewife has not been on the show very long, but the rookie is already causing massive issues when it comes to first impressions. She had been caught with her pants down doing impressions of co-star Jackie Goldschneider and spilling drunk truths out of her after a shot or two of tequila. The 42-year-old has become quite close with Giudice, who at times is the made to look like a villain, and some would say that Aydin has even started acting a little too much like her.
It has been brought to the attention of fans that the newest cast member of The Real Housewives of New Jersey, Aydin, may be turning into a mini version of Giudice. Both the New Jersey woman have a very tough time keeping their thoughts to themselves as they find themselves in multiple situations where they could not control their words. Melissa Gorga has pointed out that both women come across as “ignorant” or “rude” when they can’t control their thoughts.
Aydin and Giudice have the same taste when it comes to their family homes which are over the top. Their ostentatious style mimics the Italian and Turkish cultures with big water features in the middle of their driveways welcoming their guests. Upon entering, the guests are greeted with high ceilings and a large staircase. While cameras pan across the multiple rooms in both Jersey homes, most of the space looks sparse. Hardly any furniture can be seen. Both women seem to run their lives from their kitchen, which is the only room in the house that does look to be properly decorated.
They are also highly competitive. Giudice enjoys being able to verbally cut someone to the core, as does Aydin. Aydin does have a bit of a sharper tongue, but both mothers feel that they can say whatever will help them win the fight against a foreseen enemy with no fear of repercussions. The two also find it difficult to apologize, though most would agree that Giudice far surpasses Aydin in that field. Both women take what others say to heart and fell that they are being personally attacked. A great example would be the recent episode where Melissa Gorga said that her co-star Jackie Goldschneider was “winning” because she saved her money. Aydin felt that her children were being attacked and quickly began bombarding Goldschneider with unnecessary attacks regarding her parenting skills. Both Giudice and Aydin feel that they must win at any cost once they feel slighted.
The other scary characteristic that the two possess is the free-wheeling ability to throw cutlery and lift tables during a heated argument. Margaret Josephs has commented that Aydin feels as if she is a “mini Teresa” because she has thrown silverware twice now in the direction of a fellow castmate, saying Aydin so badly would like to emulate her. Giudice performed the table lift heard around the Garden State during season one’s argument with Danielle Staub.
The two are indeed similar, though Aydin is a bit more calculating. Back at the beginning of The Real Housewives of New Jersey, Giudice was a wife who was told to stay at home and raise the children, who at times would need to release her emotions which inevitably caused some of the best episodes for the franchise. Her emotional catharsis consisted of fighting and yelling, whether it was at Staub or on a retreat with her brother and sister-in-law. Aydin has also had to stay at home, but the difference between the two was she enjoyed being the trophy wife to her doctor husband. Margaret Josephs and Melissa Gorga are spot on in their analysis that Aydin would like to be exactly like Giudice if only for her to secure her spot on the next season.
Giudice is in a league of her own when it comes to an all-time housewife. Nothing she does or says will ever cost her a spot amongst the wives. Giudice’s can’t-be-touched attitude is starting to wear fans a little thin though, especially after she supported Staub for pulling Josephs’ hair; while Aydin still has a bit of a conscience in her to help her distinguish right from wrong. It would be nice for fans to get to know the real Jennifer Aydin and not some made-up version she uses to impress the queen bee.
The Real Housewives of New Jersey airs Wednesday at 9 p.m. ET on Bravo.
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