Jerseylicious was an American docusoap series that premiered on March 21, 2010, on the now defunct Style Network.
Di Marco said she had started to respect Sharpe, but she knew they would never be friends.
Sharpe said she doesn't think Di Marco should treat people the way she does.
The drama was slightly more toned down this week, but that doesn't mean there weren't plenty of sparks flying on the second part of the "Jerseylicious" reunion Sunday.
With Tracy Di Marco and her fiance having walked off the stage after an explosive (and violent) fight with Gigi Liscio, hostess Jessi Cruickshank moved on to discuss the implosion of the Lombardi-Giove partnership.
Although Lombardi maintained his position, and said it was not on his to-do list to see the photos, Cruickshank showed the photos to the entire cast—much to Lombardi's disgust and Filipo Giove's delight (including the delight of every woman on the stage, even, strangely, his mother).
Discussions later centered on Frankie Buglione's new girlfriend, Brooklyn, and Liscio's reaction—which considering her blatant disregard for people's feelings in the past, was strangely passive.
The partnership dissolved after Kathy Giove's son, and Anthony Lombardi's salon manager, Filipo Giove, opted to pose for "Playgirl" magazine.Lombardi said Giove could not pose for the magazine and remain salon manager.And that ends another reunion show, and although Sharpe never confirmed she was taking Filipo Giove up on his offer to go out to California for business, we all know she is a Jersey Girl at heart.And really, what would the show be without Sharpe's trademark admissions like the fact that she participated in putting together Lombardi's infamous book, but she can "barely speak English?
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