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'Real Housewives Of New Jersey' Casts Nicole & Teresa Napolitano, Amber Marchese (REPORT)

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"Real Housewives of New Jersey" has reportedly cast three new women to shakeup the reality series.

Both The Hollywood Reporter and The Wrap report twin sisters Nicole & Teresa Napolitano and Amber Marchese have been tapped to join the Bravo series. Bravo declined to comment on the reports.

According to The Wrap, Nicole owns a Dairy Queen and (the new) Teresa is a socialite and does charity work. Amber is a friend of the twins. It's unknown how the three are connected to the current cast members of "Real Housewives of New Jersey." Rumors of Dina Manzo making a return to the reality series swirled, but went unconfirmed.

Both THR and The Wrap also hint that Jacqueline Laurita may be leaving the series along with her sister-in-law Caroline Manzo. Caroline officially announced her exit following the last part of the "Real Housewives of New Jersey" reunion. In a Bravo blog, Caroline said if she were to film another season she would be a hypocrite. "For me, peace and integrity cannot be bought with money or fame. I practice what I preach, and as I said on the reunion, I'm done.I simply feel that my role has run its course and I have nothing more to give."

However, Caroline and her family are filming a spinoff pilot, "Manzo'd With Children."

A sixth season of "Real Housewives of New Jersey" has yet to be officially announced.

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