Love and light, readers, love and light. What do you do when one of the housewives franchises has become beyond toxic? Well, if we're talking about Real Housewives of New Jersey, you'd bring back the most controversial woman ever…prostitution whoreDanielle Staub.
The former stripper, singer, stage mom, perpetual victim, and employer of personal security is set to return in the upcoming season to set the record straight about all the drama she was reportedly stirring up behind the scenes with Melissa Gorga about the table-flipping Teresa Giudice. Now, I am terrified of Danielle. I wouldn't want to meet her or her "friend" Danny in any sort of dark alley situation, that's for sure. However, this new twist could be very interesting.
Will Danielle side with the one woman who hated her the most in an epic effort to take down a shiny sister-in-law? Will Danny return to intimidate Poison Gorga while plotting to bring an end to the Manzos and their blk water? Can we get Ashlee Holmes back for an episode or two to rip out more of Danielle's weave? Oh, the possibilities are endless.
While we continue to be in awe at the amazing classic masterpiece video created for Countess LuAnn’s song “Money Can’t Buy You Class,” comes news that a new housewife is ready to give her some competition!
According to PEOPLE, Danielle Staub of the Real Housewives of New Jersey has decided to embark on a singing career. Her genre of choice? Pop music. Danielle is not wasting any time and has in fact recorded a duet called “Real Close” with singer Lori Michaels, who wrote the track.
“It’s a song about having commitment issues — one person is leaving, the other person is staying,” Danielle tells PEOPLE. “It’s called ‘Real Close’ because you want to pull the person closer.” Danielle also shares there will be five versions of the song, which will all be released in eight weeks.
But the question everyone wants to know is can she sing? “I sang in an R&B band when I was a young teen,” says Danielle. “It’s been a long time since I exercised [my musical chops] but when I was sitting down going over Lori’s music, this song grabbed me.”
And when it comes to her fellow NJ housewives, Danielle reveals she doesn’t “care what they think,” of her move to become a singer. “I don’t have a relationship with them.”