New Jersey: Reality TV's Perfect Muse?

But while Giudice, DiMarco and their co-horts champion Jersey style and Jersey attitude, as decreed in the state's bylaws, not every Jersey resident need latch on to every Jersey trend. (This Jersey born-and-bred reporter has never wielded a teasing comb or entered a tanning both in her life.) Giudice may be part of the cocktail that is Jersey reality TV, but she's not about to chug the whole thing down like a Jagerbomb.

"I saw 'Jersey Shore,' and I was like, 'Oh my God,'" she said. "I would not let my kids watch that. That was crazy."

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