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'RHONY' LuAnn de Lesseps wants her own dating show

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LuAnn de Lesseps is no longer a full-time housewife on "The Real Housewives of New York City" so perhaps she has more time to star in another reality TV show? In an interview with Wetpaint Entertainment, posted on Monday, March 17, the countess said that she's open to being on a dating show so that she can find Mr. Right.

"Yeah, I’m ready! I’ve been ready since August, so its been like, eight months. It’s just hard to find quality guys out there. I feel like I need my own dating show, called Finding Mr. Right. Who can charm the socks off The Countess? That’s what I need. It’s hard to find charming guys," she replied when asked if she's ready to get back on the dating scene.

LuAnn broke up with her boyfriend Jacques last year. She revealed that viewers will see some of what happened between them in future episodes of "The Real Housewives of New York City."

"During the season, it’s really about the traveling, it’s about what happened with Jacques and I, a little bit — bit of a spoiler there!" she said, adding that she comes into the season on the fourth episode.

Contrary to the show's producers no longer wanting LuAnn, it was her decision to step back from the show. In January, LuAnn explained her reasoning for reducing her role to that of a recurring housewife.

"I just made the decision to step back so I can spend more time doing my things with business and my family," she said.

Do you wish LuAnn de Lesseps was still a starring housewife?

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