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What Advice Did Danielle Staub Give the Contestants on House of Villains?

A Real Housewife invaded the House of Villains in the latest episode.

By Caitlin Busch
Danielle Staub

While Vanderpump Rules star Jax Taylor was the first one booted on House of Villains, that didn't stop another Bravoleb from bringing the house down in Episode 3. The Real Housewives of New Jersey OG Danielle Staub stopped by in the latest episode to help host Joel McHale dish out a new challenge — and give some solid (villainous) advice to the remaining players.

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Danielle entered the House in a red devil mask and was introduced by McHale via a guessing game. The guesses that led the players to her identity ranged from "Are you in Teen Mom?" to folks questioning if she was iconic (her "I'm f---ing iconic" response was perfectly on-point). At that point, she helped McHale introduce the week's Battle Royale: Two-Faced, in which the players had to don robes, masks, and voice changers and then pick out who was who. Johnny Bananas ended up winning the coveted title of Supervillain of the Week, but the end of the challenge didn't mark the end of Danielle's time on House of Villains.

She ended up making her way into the mansion and chatting the others up. When Johnny Bananas asked her for some advice now that he was in the hot seat, she had this to say: "Stay true to what it is you believe you're here to do," and ended up encouraging him to "lie, cheat, and steal," as he pointed out was his modus operandi.

Danielle was also invested in getting a tour of the house, which Shake Chatterjee ended up giving. The others' weren't exactly thrilled with Shake's choices, with some of them demanding to know if this was House Hunters rather than House of Villains.

She also complimented Bobby Lytes by surmising that this kind of show is where he's "in [his] element," and instructed him to "listen and wait for people to respond when you ask a question — don't talk over them."

Eventually, Danielle did leave the house — hilariously, after several of the contestants had gone to bed for the evening — to let the contestants get back to scheming. (Only for house drama to explode the next day.)

New episodes of House of Villains air every Thursday at 10pm ET/PT on E!

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