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Real Housewives: Danielle's Gone; Who Would We Rid From The Other Casts?

It seems that Danielle Staub has been fired from Real Housewives of New Jersey–and for good reason–but she’s not the only Bravo housewife who could stand to leave the series. We got to thinking about the other Real Housewife casts and who we would shed, given the opportunity.

Gretchen Rossi–Real Housewives of Orange County

Sure, sometimes she seems nice and sincere, but for the most part this blonde bombshell is too bubbly and out there for us. Plus, if getting rid of Gretchen means getting rid of her sleazy beau, Slade Smiley (who has already made his way through several OC Housewives), we’re all for it.

Ramona Singer–Real Housewives of New York City

While she had a gorgeous wedding–err, renewal of vows–that made everyone tear up at the end of the last season, we’re overall pretty bored of Ramona. She’s good for some pretty ditzy lines and some serious eye-popping, but other than that, she doesn’t add much to the show in our opinion, and we’d rather see her replaced with someone a little more interesting. Maybe New Yorker Sarah Jessica Parker wants to join? Kidding…kind of.

Kim Zolciak–Real Housewives of Atlanta

The southern Housewife star went downhill for us the minute we heard her single “Don’t Be Tardy For The Party.” While we admit to bopping our heads to it here and there, Zolciak is just a little too out there for us.

We’re going to keep the jury out on DC right now–though we’re sure as the season progresses we’ll have some opinions on who should go from that cast, too.

Photo: Sylvain Gaboury/PR Photos

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