Danielle Staub announced her exit from The Real Housewives of New Jersey cast in January during an appearance on Andy Cohen’s late-night talk show, Watch What Happens Live, but is she really done appearing on the Bravo reality series?
During last night’s episode of the season 10 reunion, longtime host Cohen appeared to hint that fans haven’t seen the last of Staub on the Bravo reality show.
“This [won’t] be the last time we see her,” Cohen said, according to a report from Meaww.
Following Cohen’s suggestive comment, a number of fans weighed in on Twitter.
“Is @BravoTV @Andy giving Danielle her own show? That last comment about not the last we see was ominous. It better be a cooking show cause nobody cares about her train wreck life. She can cook so that might help some people out but anything else NO #rhonj,” one person tweeted.
“Wtf?? Andy’s bringing Danielle back on another show?? #RHONJ,” said another fan.
When Staub announced her exit from The Real Housewives of New Jersey, she said she was planning to focus on her passion for cooking.
While some Real Housewives of New Jersey fans are glad to see Staub exit the series after she viciously pulled Margaret Josephs’ hair during a boutique event, there are plenty fans who feel the series won’t be the same without her drama.
“I’m truly going to miss watching Danielle on #RHONJ ! A woman who is REAL, never hid anything about her life, owned her past and didn’t live her life with regrets! A REAL housewife ! I hope she finds another avenue of entertaining us. She doesn’t need to be torn down on the show!” someone tweeted.
Although Staub made it clear to Cohen in January that she was not interested in returning for future seasons of The Real Housewives of New Jersey, some believe she will be back if the money is right.
“I don’t believe that this is the last time we will see Danielle – she will be back if Bravo throws some money her way and you know what why not – she’d be stupid to turn it down it’s easy money #rhonj #rhonjreunion,” one person explained.
“I have over the past 12 years and 10 seasons been a part of this whole franchise and I’ve been very happy to rally and stand on the platform and be here with all of you, but it is time for me to leave and do something that I want to do that makes my heart happy every day,” Staub announced, via E! News. “And so, I will never be returning as a Housewife again.”
“I am going to start my own cooking channel,” she added.