'Real Housewives of New Jersey's' Danielle Staub records song, feels safe in gay community

real-housewives-new-jersey-danielle-staub-sex-tape.jpg "The Real Housewives of New Jersey" villain Danielle Staub is continuing the grand tradition of "Money Can't Buy You Class" and "Tardy for the Party." The housewife we love to hate tells People that she's gone into the studio to record a duet with Lori Michaels called "Real Close."

Michaels, a singer who grew up in Fairview, NJ, wrote the track. "It's a song about having commitment issues -- one person is leaving, the other person is staying," Staub says. "It's called 'Real Close' because you want to pull the person closer."

According to Staub, five versions of the track will be released sometime around early August. "For the main version, the vibe is very sexy, very raw."