Jerry O’Connell and Rebecca Romijn role-play as ‘RHONJ’ couple

Jerry O'Connell and Rebecca Romijn role-play as 'RHONJ' couple


Has Jerry O’Connell‘s massive “Real Housewives” fandom invaded even the most intimate moments of his life?

On Monday night’s episode of Bravo’s “Watch What Happens Live,” O’Connell, 45, answered a fan who asked him if he and wife Rebecca Romijn ever pretend to be Bravo stars while in the bedroom.

Putting on a thick New Jersey accent, O’Connell jokingly said they role-play as “RHONJ” stars Joe and Teresa Giudice.

Rebecca Romijn and Jerry O'Connell

Rebecca Romijn and Jerry O’ConnellGetty Images

“Lemme just, uh, I don’t wanna name any names, I don’t wanna put anybody on blast,” O’Connell began, ”but let’s just say I like to play a husband who’s maybe been deported and comes back, comes back maybe just for a quick visit, you know what I’m talkin’ about, Tre?!”

Teresa and Joe Giudice
Teresa and Joe GiudiceGetty Images

Panting heavily during his impression of Joe, O’Connell continued, “We only got a couple minutes before ICE is in here! C’mon! Let’s do this!”

“Yeah, that’s what I like to do,” O’Connell concluded, leaving host Andy Cohen speechless.

After serving a 41-month sentence for fraud, Joe, 47, was taken into ICE custody. In October, he returned to his native Italy to await a final ruling in his deportation case.

Last month, news broke that he and Teresa, also 47, had separated after two decades of marriage.



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