“The Real Housewives of New Jersey”: Eat, talk about Danielle, repeat

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What places have “The Real Housewives of New Jersey” – aka Jacqueline Laurita, Caroline Manzo, Teresa Giudice, Dina Manzo and yes, Danielle Staub – been visiting lately? Keep reading!

It's going to be strange not seeing Dina around anymore./Photo credit the New York Daily News

“She’s like parsley. She’s everywhere.” – Caroline on Danielle

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Is a “Real Housewife of New Jersey” going to lose her house?

The economy is in the toilet, and things are rough all over. Even for reality show stars.

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RadarOnline reports that “Real Housewife of New Jersey” star Teresa Giudice and her “delicious and juicy” hubby Joe may lose their brand-spanking-new Montville manse.

According to the tabloid site, papers have been filed by DLJ Mortgage Capital Inc. with New Jersey Superior Court to repossess the home Teresa and Joe share with their four daughters: Gia, 8, Gabriella, 5, Milania, 3, and 1-month-old Audriana. The home, as anyone who watched the first season of the hit Bravo series knows, is full of granite and marble and onyx.

UPDATE

Evidently the aforementioned foreclosure papers pertain to another property Teresa owns and not her 1+ million-square-foot granite and marble and onyx-filled home. The Star-Ledger reports the property in question is actually 5 miles away in Lincoln Park.

In related “RHNJ” news, the Ledger suggests there may be a new housewife taking over for one of the five women featured in the first season. Teresa, Caroline Manzo and the ever-so-controversial Danielle Staub will supposedly return, but the fates of Jacqueline Laurita and Dina Manzo are still up in the air.

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