Bravo finds a friend for Teresa Giudice, Jennifer Dalton

Getty Images File PhotoTeresa Giudice and 'Pregnant in Heels' Jennifer Dalton are apparently best friends on the new season of 'Real Housewives of New Jersey.'

Getty Images File PhotoTeresa Giudice and 'Pregnant in Heels' Jennifer Dalton are apparently best friends on the new season of 'Real Housewives of New Jersey.'

What’s more disturbing, the fact that there is a website called “All Things Real Housewives,” or the fact that Teresa Giudice has a friend?

Jennifer Dalton will be the newest cast member on “RHONJ,” according to the site, and she and Teresa are reportedly besties. Her Bravo pedigree is exceptional, having already appeared on the venerable “Pregnant in Heels.”

But can Jennifer be trusted? Is she really in cahoots with Teresa’s sister-in-law Melissa? Will everyone end up hating everyone and spending money that they don’t have?

Sources say: Yes.

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