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"Housewives" Danielle Staub Says She Has Reality TV Spin-Off in the Works

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"Housewives" Danielle Staub Says She Has Reality TV Spin-Off in the Works
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Real Housewives of New Jersey” star Danielle Staub revealed during her strip-club birthday bash last night that she is in the works of creating her own spin-off reality show. 

“It will definitely be a lot more of her (gal pal Lori Michaels) and I and definitely my kids,” Staub told Niteside before her 48th birthday bash at high-end strip club Scores in Manhattan. “There will be a lot of questions that will be answered.”

One question Staub did answer was the state of her relationship with Michaels, her producer and rumored girlfriend: “We’re exclusively committable,” she said while holding Michaels hand.

The pair was on stage at Scores to perform Staub’s new single “Real Closer,” which she revealed will have a music video to go with it.

“It’s going to be very sexy and soft,” Staub said. “It will have two women and you can only guess who those two women are going to be.”

A reality show and music video aren’t the only upcoming project for Staub, who is on the outs with her fellow "Housewives" castmates.

“I would love to [collaborate] with 50 Cent,” Staub said. “There is actually some talk going on already from his camp. Pat Deluna and I have something in the work as well.”

While Staub said she knows “there is no place like Jersey,” she did have some advice for the cast of the new “Real Housewives of DC.”

“Consider it a job at the end of the day and don’t let it get to you,” Staub said. “Don’t read the blogs because they’re not going to make you feel good. Only accept positive correspondence on any online interactive sites, such as Twitter and Facebook. All the rest, you’ve got to ignore it and block it because it really will eat you up.”

There was a surprise appearance of her “Real Housewives” nemesis, Kim “G” Grantell, before Staub arrived at Scores. Grantell was escorted from the premises before Staub walked the red carpet.

“She [Grantell] just really needs attention and that’s why she showed up here,” Staubs said. “She was nobody when I met her, she’s nobody tonight, and she will never be anybody.”

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