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Danielle Staub “moving on and trying to move up”

HollywoodNews.com: Danielle Staub has caused quick a scene on more than a handful of episodes of this season’s “The Real Housewives of New Jersey.” After the explosive reunion show, the news quickly spread that she will not be returning for another season, and as much as we can’t stand her, we’re going to miss all the drama she’s continued to make so highly entertaining.

Staub recently sat down with Entertainment Weekly to discuss the show and what she’s looking forward to in the future. On her departure from the show she said, “Well, I knew going into the reunion that I had really no reason to return. I had finished my memoir, my book was out, I’m hitting my marks, and I’m moving on and trying to move up. I don’t think there was anything left. Do I stay on a show where people really hate me? Where I don’t even think they know why?”

In terms of what is in store for the future, she says, “now it’s time for me to hit my next mark, which is to let the TV world have a fair portrayal of me. I’m going to get my own show. There’s many options on the table for that, and I’m looking into them.” She also adds that her music career is launching this month. “I’m releasing my first solo song, which is called ‘Cry,’ and it’s going to be attached to one of my most passionate charities, stopping domestic violence. It is going to be definitely one of the first times people are literally going to be able to hear and feel what it is like to be, not only mentally and sexually abused, or physically abused, but even in a relationship that went bad. The song is just so full of emotion and victory, and I’m very proud.”

However, at the end of the day she says, “I want to be just me.”

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