Not bad, Danielle Staub!
Could this be the newest celeb fad — taking calls from fans and dishing out advice for a price??
Turns out a new service called Dial A Star, which is super uninspiring for a title, connect fans with celebs like
So this is where Z-listers' careers go to wither away and die!
Oh wait, they actually seem to be festering!
Apparently, 'celebrities' like Danielle Staub, Jersey Shore's Staten Island dump Angelina Pivarnick, Charlie Sheen's call-girl Capri Anderson, the one that got away from Hugh Hefner, Crystal Harris, Octo-mom, Dina and Michael Lohan, and of course, Tila Tequila, now work for a website called Dial-A-Star.com, which allows their fans the opportunity to speak with them - for anywhere between $10-20 per MINUTE!
Hmmm - wonder if this one is fact, or just another attack via some former - or current - castmembers?!
During production of the Real Housewives of New Jersey's fourth season, Teresa Giudice apparently tried to set up her sister-in-law and co-star, Melissa Gorga, to be outed as a stripper, and now, there are reports that Jacqueline Laurita skipped out on the recent reunion episodes - because she was afraid she would ALSO be outed as an exotic dancer during her time living in Las Vegas!
According to an insider:
We know it's been awhile, but ya'll remember Danielle Staub, don't you? Maybe this will refresh your memory …
Yeah, you remember.
Anyway, since she left the Real Housewives of New Jersey, Danielle
Wannabe big-time celebrities Heidi Montag (The Hills) and Danielle Staub (Real Housewives of New Jersey) are starring in a new VH1 show - Famous Food.
But we can tell you right now. It's not going to be famous for anything but being rotten!
The ratings are horr-i-ble. People are calling it Famous Flop.
What did we expect though? Did we really think people wanted to tune in to see these people vie for restaurant ownership?
We just want to see cattiness in jewels, not in our food!
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Who didn't see this coming?
We reported that Danielle Staub had taken a stripping gig for Scores in NYC, but had left abruptly to deal with her "issues" without warning.
This, rightly so, doesn't sit well with Scores because they paid her $25k upfront for an exclusive 3 year contract where she would do voice work and even be in live chat sessions online.
Now that she's bailed, they're looking to sue her for $375,000 dollars!
Apparently they haven't heard from her AT ALL since she left! Shame!
Danielle, you gotta honor your contracts or work out a deal to leave! You can't just abandon things, because the price to pay will be MUCH worse if you do!
This is why they're in place!
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We suppose that stripping can sometimes get even the most determined of Prostitution Whores down!
Former Real Housewives of New Jersey cast member Danielle Staub has walked away from her deal with Scores Gentleman's Club to make appearances as an exotic dancer, and claims to be seeking out the help of Dr. Drew to treat her many deep, psychological issues.
"I have addictions with love and low self-esteem, and I need help! My low self-esteem, derived from childhood sexual abuse, has messed with my mind and self-worth, and over the years I thought about getting help but pushed it deep into the depths of denial. For years I have had the suicide hotline on my cell phone and would like nothing more than to free myself from this constant pressure. Seeing how I have hurt myself and my family this time. I can no longer push it behind me. I have to own my mistakes and can't blame others."
Wow. Did she actually just take responsibility for her own behavior?
We're absolutely flabbergasted! Maybe she's serious!
In all sincerity, we do certainly hope she is, and that this is not just another publicity stunt to keep her in the press.
Anyone who has seen an episode of her on the reality series knows just how serious her mental illness is - even if she still doesn't - and we think that regardless of what prompted this decision, it's for the best!
We just hope her two girls are doing all right! Those poor things have been through so much!
Stay strong, guys.
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