The claws came out on "Jerseylicious" Sunday, as the cast gathered for a reunion special on season four, which led to an all-out brawl between a boyfriend and fiance.
Much of the focus of Sunday's episode centered on the relationship between former Montville High School graduate, and makeup artist, Olivia Blois Sharpe and hair stylist Tracy DiMarco. The women discussed their growing feud, and managed to continue the fighting on the reunion itself.
"We've never gotten along, and we've always been upfront [about that]," Sharpe said. "Now I think it's worse because there's a lot of shadiness and fakeness."
Sharpe said this continued fighting is part of why she's leaving both the Gatsby and the Anthony Roberts Salon to focus on her own business.
Still, the two women carried their fights over into the reunion special, riffing on who is needed at Gatsby 2 Go, and who is being truthful on the show.
Gayle Giacomo, Bridgewater resident and owner of the Gatsby, threw out her two cents about the nature of the fights.
"It's just really uncomfortable for me to see that," she said. "On a professional level, it bothers me. I can't imagine how people can hate each other so much."
"The two of them don't like each other, and they are never going to like each other," added Anthony Lombardi, owner of the Anthony Roberts Salon.
Conversation moved on to the two engagements that occurred this season, and Sharpe was invited to weigh in on the engagement of DiMarco and her boyfriend, Corey.
"I think Corey's an opportunist, and went with whoever would get him on the show first," Sharpe said.
"The main reason I believe they're getting married is so they can get a spin-off," she later added.
But after discussions of rumors, opinion on relationships and more, a full-out brawl ensued between DiMarco's fiance and Sharpe's boyfriend, which ended in the two men taking time backstage, and the two women being placed on opposite sides of the room to cool off.
And the reunion special isn't over. Part two will continue Sunday at 8 p.m. on the Style Network, with discussion focusing on Sharpe leaving both salons, and the continued feuds between Giacomo and Cathy Giove.