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Joanna Krupa says she's done with 'RHOM'

Model Joanna Krupa attends Maxim Hot 100 Event at the Pacific Design Center on June 10, 2014 in West Hollywood, California.
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It seems that the fourth season of "The Real Housewives of Miami," if there ever is one, won't feature Joanna Krupa. In an interview with Access Hollywood, posted on Wednesday, June 11, the feisty and outspoken model said that she's moving forward with her life and believes that it's time to end her time as a housewife.

She said that ever since the third season of the show ended, she has been focusing on other things in her life. She implied that continuing to do the Miami housewives show would not be what's best for her emotionally and mentally, saying that she thinks "it’s much more healthy to discontinue that run." She added that while doing the show saved her relationship to Romain Zago and helped her have a fairy tale wedding to him, "it’s time to move on.”

Another thing that Joanna is grateful to the show for is her friend Karent Sierra, who was a housewife for the show's second season. A few days ago, she posted a photo of her and Karent enjoying the beach in their bikinis to her Twitter account. She wrote that meeting Karent was one of the most wonderful things to come out of doing the show.

Joanna also addressed the persistent rumors that she's heading to "The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills." She said that the rumors are just that, rumors, and that she and Romain have no plans on moving to the west coast to live on a full-time basis. However, she did seem to hint that there's a slight chance that she may pop up in a scene or two, saying that "officially," she will not be on the show "unless something changes last minute."

While Joanna makes it clear that she's over "The Real Housewives of Miami" and won't be seen as a starring housewife on the Beverly Hills show, she omitted the fact that she has in the past said that she would love to be a Beverly Hills housewife. In an interview with OK! Magazine in mid-May, she said that she would like to join the cast of "The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills." She has also said that she would love the chance to confront Beverly Hills housewife Brandi Glanville for her comments about her private parts.

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