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RHONJ Danielle Staub's New Reality Show About Dating Lori Michaels?

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Out with the old and in with the new… RHONJ Danielle Staub’s next project will reportedly be a reality show about dating musical partner Lori Michaels.

“I’m doing two projects — my spinoff and my real show,” Staub explained to HollywoodLife.com. “It’s about me and my kids and my questionable sexuality, my music, my daughter’s music, my assistants, my executive assistants, my assistant’s assistants, the interns, some flipping out scenes, some resolution scenes.”

Danielle Staub’s “questionable sexuality” will supposedly be answered on the new reality show, although somehow I’m doubting there’s anything questionable anyway.

If you’re not familiar with Lori Michaels, it may be because you’ve blocked this “Real Close” performance from your memory reserves. Yeah… I’m still trying to unsee that.

Danielle promises to keep up the villainous attitude that Real Housewives of New Jersey fans seem to love, however: “I’m still the villain of reality television, so I’m going to keep it real. The real me red carpets, charity, everything I do in 24 hours is what you’ll see. I only sleep for two of them!”

“I want [all my fans] to just pay attention, please, because in time you will all see the real me! I’m doing this for my family, my fans and my friends everybody else is either going to love me or hate me. I don’t want to change anyone’s mind, I want them to form their own opinions. I don’t need everyone to love me, I don’t. I don’t care, as long as they’re still paying attention.”

It sounds suspiciously like Danielle Staub is using her supposed relationship with Lori Michaels to drum up interest in her new reality series.

Danielle’s need for fame seems rather ravenous. What about her daughters in all of this? Will they suffer because of their mother’s need to be famous?

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