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'Real Housewives' Albie and Chris Manzo reportedly getting spinoff

By Elizabeth Kwiatkowski, 11/30/2010 

The Real Housewives of New Jersey star Caroline Manzo's sons have reportedly landed their own spinoff.

Albie and Chris Manzo, who have regularly appeared on Bravo's The Real Housewives of New Jersey reality series with their mother, have signed a contract with the network and begun filming a new spinoff show, The New York Post reported Friday, citing sources close to the brothers.

Bravo declined to confirm the spinoff when contacted by The Post.

"Bravo has not made any announcement," a network representative said.

In addition, Albie and Chris -- who also appeared on a special episode of Bravo's The Millionaire Matchmaker dating show last month -- have reportedly recently moved out of their parents' house and into a bachelor pad in Hoboken, NJ.

"The boys were looking for some independence," an insider told The Post. "They're getting a ton of attention from the ladies and needed their own space."

Albie and Chris Manzo were spotted last week with friends at a hotel in Hoboken where their popularity and fame was apparent, The Post reported.  

"Girls were literally throwing themselves at Chris and Albie," a source told The Post. "There was a lot of commotion."

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