EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW: Danielle Staub To Reveal Sexual Orientation On Spin-Off

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Danielle Staub has kept Real Housewives of New Jersey fans guessing with her close relationship to female Lori Michaels after a string of failed flings with men (and not to mention a leaked sex tape!).

In an exclusive new interview with RadarOnline.com, Staub revealed that she will address her sexual orientation on her upcoming spin-off show.

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“You’re going to see the truth of my sexuality revealed,” Staub said during the interview.

“I don’t like labels. I consider myself an incredibly stable human being.”

Staub has purposely been saving the much-debated information about her orientation.

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“I have to keep that for my show. That’s something I have to save. I didn’t give it to Andy [Cohen, Bravo host] or anyone yet. I think it’s going to be a really nice element to add to my show. I mean Helen Keller can see what Lori and I see in each other so I don’t think it’s any secret but I’m not confirming or denying anything.”

While whether Danielle has been swept away by a man or a woman remains to be seen, the controversial housewife confirms she has moved on to greener pastures from what was seen during the Bravo reality show which made her famous.

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“I’m so excited because as soon as I start rolling and cameras are up, then I will have moved on from the whole Housewives adventure,” she added. “The great thing is I get something new, I get new things in my life to do and no one is going to be attacking me like that — nobody! There is nothing that they can do, they won’t be able to touch me anymore.

“I’m completely happy in my life and in love.”

 

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