“It’s the good, the bad and the ugly and it’s over,” Margaret jokes to ET. “I think everything comes to a head the way you think it would. I think it’s the best party Jersey’s ever seen … there is some craziness with Siggy [Flicker] you’re going to find extremely entertaining. I mean, she really outdoes herself on this one. So, it’s pretty fun to watch.”
“Truthfully, I wish her well,” Margaret says of Siggy. “I feel it’s just not for her and I understand why she left. It was very emotional for her, for whatever reason … [But as for] Siggy and I? I mean, there’s no hope [for a friendship].”
Wednesday’s finale is also emotional for Teresa Giudice. She and her daughters visit Teresa’s incarcerated husband, Joe Giudice, in prison -- which gets Teresa’s brother, Joe Gorga, and his wife, Melissa, talking about the future of Teresa’s marriage. Check out ET’s exclusive first look here:
After the finale, comes the reunion, which Margaret admits was more fun than she anticipated.
“I think I prepared so much mentally, for me, it was a piece of cake,” she shares. “It was not as bad as I thought it would be. There’s definitely going to be some surprises at the reunion that you guys will see.”
But, again, those “surprises” don’t include resolution for all the ladies.
“Most reunions wrap with resolution, but clearly there wasn’t,” Margaret adds. “I mean, for one of our [friends], it’s over! So, there was not resolution … [but] it was all the answers to all my questions, I could banter back and forth. [Andy Cohen’s] there to be a great arbitrator, mediator. You know -- normally he doesn’t give his opinions, he gave some opinions this time, which I was very happy about. So, I enjoyed it.”
Margaret admits she hasn’t spoken with Siggy since she made her exit public at the end of last year, admitting, “I didn’t really think she wanted to hear from me.” Still, Margaret says there is hope for her and Siggy’s bestie, Dolores Catania.
“I feel like Dolores and I, we moved past some things,” she shares. “Things are moving in the right direction.”
That “right direction” could include a second season for Margaret, who shares she’d be open to returning should Bravo ask.
“I definitely enjoyed my first season,” she says. “I feel like I definitely have genuine friendships [and] I’m very bonded with the ladies.”