RHONJ star Gia Guidice shows off curves in tiny pink bikini & says 'life is good' after nasty feud with uncle Joe Gorga

RHONJ star Gia Guidice showed off her curves in a tiny pink bikini following her nasty feud with her uncle Joe Gorga.

The reality stars got into a heated argument during a previous episode after Gia's uncle made negative remarks towards her father Joe Guidice.

The 21-year-old didn't seem bothered by their family spat in her Instagram Stories where she wore the revealing two piece.

Gia mainly captured her body in the snap, blocking off half of her face with the camera while enjoying some time in the sun.

She wore her blonde locks in loose waves and a pair of sunglasses while holding a tan shoulder bag.

In another post to her page, Gia donned multi-shaded blue pants with a matching strapless crop top and a white purse.

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The college student appeared to be at a club as she posed in a crowded venue with alcohol bottles and cans strewn about.

Other party-goers surrounding her also sported wrist bans matching ones that the TV star was wearing.

In a second photo, she posed with a friend who rocked a similar ensemble.

She captioned the post: "life is good"

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The Bravo star's upbeat mood differed from how viewers saw her when she defended her father from her uncle's scathing comments.

During the scene, Gia lashed out at her uncle after he described her deported dad as "the devil."

She fired back: "If you’re going to come at me disrespectfully, then I won’t talk to you.

"I’m an adult now, too, so you can talk to me like one. Because I’m done with you being disrespectful.”

Joe was not pleased with her reaction, replying: "I would never allow my daughter to talk to my aunt or my uncle [like that]. I mean, where were you raised?”


The argument continued after he stormed off – raging his way from the backyard party onto his sister Teresa's front steps.

"You're gonna disrespect me again?" Joe asked as Gia walked over and confronted her uncle once more. "I'm not yelling. It wasn't nice, hun."

"Can I speak!?" Gia exclaimed when Joe brought up their late grandmother and perhaps some unaired anger. "You're still looking at me like I'm five years old."

"You have every right if you want to be mad at my father for putting my mom in jail," she calmly explained on Teresa's 15 months of jail time for tax evasion in 2015 – as Joe got near her niece's face.

"But it comes to a point where the bashing is just too much," she added with her mom standing behind her.

"The jail thing happened five years ago, let it go under the bridge."

The two later hugged it out as Gia said she didn't want to go another six months without speaking to her uncle.

Gia's mother, Teresa, 49, has since moved on with her fiancé Luis Ruelas, 46.


During the mid-season trailer, the mother-daughter duo got emotional as they prepared to say goodbye to their old family house.

Teresa's 16-year-old daughter Milania also expressed her sadness about the move saying: “I don’t wanna leave this house.”

The girls grew up in the Towaco, New Jersey home along with Teresa's other daughters Gabriella, 17, and Audriana, 13, who she shares with her ex Joe.

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The former pair were married from 1999 to 2019.

Joe has been alternating his time between Italy and the Bahamas since he was deported in October 2018.

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