Milania and Joe Giudice took a trip down memory lane while recreating an old scene from The Real Housewives of New Jersey.
In a short clip posted to TikTok Tuesday, the father-daughter duo reenacted the iconic moment Milania, now 17, called Joe, 50, an old troll while begging for pizza.
Give me pizza! Give me pizza! Milania lip-synched to the audio.
Give me pizza you old troll!
Milania, who wore a strapless floral dress while visiting her dad in the Bahamas, couldn’t help but laugh while channeling her 4-year-old self.
Similar to his reaction at the time, Joe seem unfazed by the whole ordeal.
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Although the businessman might not have remembered the classic “RHONJ” scene, Milania’s followers reflected on some of the pair’s finest moments in the comments section.
LMAO one of the best scenes ever in the Real Housewives series, one fan gushed, with another adding, I remember when you called him a poopy head. I love yalls relationship.
A third user joked, You tortured him when you were little . hes so funny I miss him on the show.
Joe has rarely appeared on the hit series ever since starting histhree-year prison sentence for fraud in 2016. He spent another seven monthsin an ICE detention center.
After he was released in 2019, Joe was deported to his native Italy, only to relocate to the Bahamas two years later to be closer to his family.
Joe and Teresa Giudice ended up getting divorced in 2020 after 20 years of marriage due to the distance. However, their four daughters Gia, 22, Gabriella, 19, Milania and Audriana, 13 have maintained a relationship with their father, even fighting to get him back on US soil.
Gia who is currently studying criminal justice and sociology at Rutgers University told Page Six in February that a major goal in her budding legal career is to have his immigration status reevaluated.
It is hard for everybody to see him, rather than just one person being able to come here, like during holidays or birthdays, would just be like a dream come true, she told us, noting that Joe was never a flight risk or a threat to society.
I just feel like that if that whole aspect of it can get reevaluated, that maybe he could have a chance of coming back temporarily here and there.