Jackie Goldschneider revealed which Real Housewives of New Jersey moment she never wants to relieve, and she addressed being “grateful” for “new friendships” amid her feud with Margaret Josephs.
Not long before BravoCon 2023, it was revealed that Jackie – who was set to appear on Margaret and Melissa Gorga’s panel – was moved to the panel of Teresa Giudice and Jennifer Aydin, with whom she now seems closer. The star traded places with newbie Danielle Cabral, who allegedly now has stronger alliances with Margaret and Melissa, despite her early friendships with Teresa and Jennifer.
Speaking to Us Weekly, Jackie addressed which moment on RHONJ that she never wants to relive.
“Oh God, the moment at Margaret’s house fighting with Teresa on the couch,” said the 47-year-old, who previously compared the cheating rumors about her husband to a hypothetical situation about Gia Giudice doing drugs. “I might not have made an analogy.”
The star emphasized how badly she felt after the reporter asked about Jackie’s “biggest regret of all time” on the show. “Well, the analogy,” she answered.
She also regretted her previous comment that “Jewish girls don’t give blow jobs.”
“I’ve never lived down telling the world that I don’t do that to my husband,” said Jackie. “My dad didn’t particularly like watching that over and over again, but no regrets.”
During a recent BravoCon panel, via PEOPLE, Jackie claimed she’s “very grateful for my new friendships … I’ve had a great time and I appreciate all the love.”
Castmate Dolores Catania noted that their co-stars were “surprised at the Jackie [and Margaret] situation.”
“I was. I think everybody was. They’re not in the same place they used to be, Jackie and Margaret,” Dolores stated. “But I’m happy she’s here and I’m in a good place with Jackie. That’s all that matters to me.”
Earlier in the conference, Jackie revealed that she didn’t ask to switch panels. “Friendships evolve but again, that was a switch made by the higher-ups,” said the star. “It wasn’t only about me, someone was switched with me. But I am very happy to be here. I belong here.”