Danielle Staub fans will supposedly be getting two chances to continue watching the newly-departed The Real Housewives of New Jersey star on television.

Staub -- who had already been talking about the possibility of starring in her own spinoff reality show for weeks -- has announced that she is currently working on not one but two new reality shows.

"I have a new show that I'm starting to tape next week when I get back to New Jersey and that's one of two shows I'm going to be taping," she told TMZ in a Monday report.  "One's my spinoff, the other one's a hosting show -- an over-the-top hosting show."

In addition, Staub also continued to refute recent reports that she is leaving The Real Housewives of New Jersey because Bravo decided to drop her from the upcoming third season (according to a Pop Eater report, Staub's The Real Housewives co-stars gave the network an "it's her or us" ultimatum).

"I actually didn't go back on my own choice, [it] was my choice to leave... I didn't get fired.  I'm not going back on my own choice," she told TMZ.  "I'm done, it's just time for me to move on."

Reports that Staub would not be returning for The Real Housewives of New Jersey's third season had surfaced in August.   While Bravo had declined comment on the reports, Staub had played coy with them.

"Actually, I'm not even thinking about Season 3 right now as I am considering many incredible options that have been presented to me," she wrote on Twitter.  "Don't worry next year, I'll still be the one you either love to hate or hate to love."

Bravo then confirmed Staub's The Real Housewives of New Jersey exit immediately after last week's broadcast of the conclusion of the show's second season reunion special.

"The reunion was Danielle's last appearance on The Real Housewives of New Jersey," Bravo executive and reunion show host Andy Cohen said.

Cohen did not elaborate on the reason for Staub's departure.