Danielle Staub could be returning to "Real Housewives of New Jersey," according to "In Touch." A source told the tabloid that Staub is in talks to return to the reality series in some capacity.
"Bravo has offered Danielle a contract,” a source told In Touch. She is reportedly "contemplating whether this will be full-time or part-time.”
However, in October, TMZ reported Staub did meet with Bravo exec Andy Cohen, but that she would not be returning. "Real Housewives of New Jersey" fans will recall In Touch regularly features Teresa Giudice on its cover.
Bravo had no comment.
Even though she was not on the show for the last two seasons, Staub remained a divisive character among the cast. The last two seasons have featured Teresa Giudice, Melissa Gorga, Jacqueline Laurita, Caroline Manzo and Kathy Wakile. Bravo has not officially announced who will return for a fifth season if the series is in fact picked up for another installment. In Touch reports the show is currently filming and will include Hurricane Sandy.
The "Real Housewives of New Jersey" Season 4 reunion featured the cast members together for the first time in over year with Teresa at odds with all of them, including sister-in-law Melissa and former best friend Jacqueline.
Staub was let go from "Real Housewives of New Jersey" after Season 2.
Since Staub left "Real Housewives," she went on to appear in Vh1's "Famous Food" and to host WealthTV's "Social."
Staub's camp declined to comment on the story at this time.
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