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Teresa Giudice, Andy Cohen, Real Housewives of New Jersey

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It's (probably) the end of an era for The Real Housewives of New Jersey. Teresa Giudice said her goodbyes during the final part of the season six reunion on Tuesday night.

The RHONJ reunion was capped with a retrospective for Teresa, featuring some of her prouder moments—like the birth of her fourth daughter Audriana—and some not-so great trips down memory lane—like her falling out with Jacqueline Laurita. As host and executive producer Andy Cohen got teary, so did the veteran Real Housewife.

"Do you think this is it for you?" Cohen asked.  

"Yeah, I think so," Teresa said. "You're gonna make me cry, Andy. This is probably gonna be my last reunion." 

Still, rumors have swirled that Bravo will bring the cameras around for one last go around with Teresa and her family before she heads to prison for her 15-month sentence in January. Cohen recently did a Reddit AMA and revealed no decision has been made about that and the future of Real Housewives of New Jersey.

"We have not made any plans relating to the future of the Jersey Housewives," he said on Tuesday, Nov. 11. "The final reunion is airing tonight, and we'll go back and meet and talk and re-evaluate soon."

No trip down memory lane would be complete without a revisit to the infamous table flip during her fight with Danielle Staub that put Teresa and the Bravo reality show on the map.

"I can't believe I did that," Teresa said. "Season one was fun."

In between clips from past seasons, Teresa's longtime friend and castmate Dina Manzo said Teresa is "going to survive" everything. "Five years from now they're going to be better than ever," she said.

As for her future, Teresa didn't rule out a return to TV.

"Maybe, you never know, maybe you'll see me on a cooking show or something else," she said.

"It'll be me, Caroline and Teresa on a cooking show," Dina said, referring to previous statements that she could reunite with her sister Caroline Manzo for a project other than a reality series.

"I don't know about Caroline," Teresa said, laughing. "No, I mean, I would like to do something else. You never know."

(E! and Bravo are both part of the NBCUniversal family.)