Margaret Josephus She is dishing on the biggest celebrity she ever got DM.
When chatting with The real housewife of Orange County Star Noella Bergner In a special series for Bravo, The real housewife of New Jersey The cast member also looked back at his “Saji” dish Sigi Flickr, Jennifer AidenLots of bragging about his house, and much more.
After being asked about the biggest celebrity who went to her DM in the May 23 episode Housewife to housewifeMargaret replied, “D. SnyderThe lead singer of the heavy metal band Twisted Sisters, before confirming the message, said, “Nothing inappropriate.”
Margaret was then asked about her Rocky mistake. And when he first suggested “calling [Siggy] “Sugi Flickr” was not his best move, he quickly corrected himself, the phrase was actually a “classic”.
“I don’t think it will last all season. You never know when you’ll say something if it’s stuck all season and it’s stuck all season and it exposes him. Now I didn’t think it would happen. So a Rocky Mistake Sometimes when you say something, the reaction can be the whole season. Personally, I think it’s amazing so I like that cunning mistake, “he admits he” didn’t really apologize. “
“I just said, ‘I didn’t mean to hurt you,'” Margaret explained. “I don’t think it’s a big deal but sometimes what some rockers don’t think is a big deal to someone else and I think sometimes we don’t understand. But the best part about being a housewife is that we don’t always think before we talk. “
Moving on to her many comments about Jennifer and her 16 bathrooms, Margaret names her boastful behavior as a cunning mistake of her custom.
“When he arrived, I was like, ‘Dial it again. 16 bathrooms. It’s okay to be proud of your home, but to be proud?’ There aren’t 16 people in her house. It’s not a matter of bragging, “said Margaret.
For her latest splurge, Margaret named a pair of Tom Ford shoes she wore. RHONJ Reunion
“[They were] Beautiful Tom Ford shoes. They were like $ 1,800 or $ 1,900, “he said.
The real housewife of New Jersey The 13th season is currently in production.