"Real Housewives of New Jersey" star Kathy Wakile recently spoke out about her co-star Teresa Giudice's children constantly making unfavorable remarks about their co-star Melissa Gorga on the show, and she suggested that the mother of four is to blame.
During an appearance on Andy Cohen's "Watch What Happens Live" after show, Wakile was asked what she thinks about Giudice's daughters openly mocking Gorga's singing and the 46-year-old said that the kids are not to blame.
"You know children are innocent and I just think that they absorb everything that they hear so um ... you have to be careful what you say around your kids because they pick everything up," Wakile said.
Actress and singer Vanessa Williams came to Giudice's defense by saying that children are unpredictable and often have unique personalities.
"Although being a mother of four each kid comes out completely different! That Milania is spit fire!" Williams said, to which Wakile agreed.
The question surrounding Gidudice's children stemmed from Sunday night's episode where two of her daughters, Gia and Milania, made nasty remarks about Gorga.
"Melissa stinks!" Milania yelled during a car trip to Gia's dance performance.
"[Melissa] will probably lip synch again," Gia said with reference to one of Gorga's singing performances.
Giudice, 38, backed Gia's statements by saying that she wanted to hear Gorga, the wife of her brother Joe, sing live for once, claiming that she has never heard her do so.
Wakile's statement follows reports that Gorga, 34, has been plotting to ruin Giudice's fame status for some time.
"Melissa is manipulative and jealous of Teresa's fame and she has a dirty secret," a source told Radar Online.
"Years ago, Melissa and her husband, Joe Gorga, sent a tape to the producers promising that if they were cast on the show, they would do whatever it takes to get rid of Teresa," the source added.