Kelly Dodd and Rick Leventhal are developing a morning news show

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Kelly Dodd may be back on TV after all — just not as a “Housewife.”

Dodd and her husband, Rick Leventhal, are developing a morning talk show with billionaire philanthropist John Paul DeJoria and manager David Weintraub, Page Six can exclusively reveal.

“It will be an unconventional way of doing conventional news,” a source says of the project.

We’re told the goal is to have the show on air by the end of the year.

The couple didn’t immediately return Page Six’s request for comment.

Dodd, 46, and Leventhal, 62, currently co-host “Rick and Kelly Unmasked” on Patreon. This latest endeavor comes after The Post exclusively revealed they were getting into the house-flipping business.

“We already have producers reaching out to us wanting to do home-renovation types of shows,” Dodd shared. “But we are exploring our options and seeing what the best deal is for us.”

The “Real Housewives of Orange County” alum and the former Fox News correspondent met DeJoria, 78. through her ex-co-star Elizabeth Lyn Vargas, who is working on a show of her own with the Paul Mitchell co-founder titled “Success of Unusual People.”

Vargas’ show is a series that will share “rags-to-riches” stories.

“There has been so much bad news & negativity lately that we want to bring you some good news for a change!” Vargas, 47, captioned a teaser video on Instagram. “‘Success of Unusual People’ has finally become a reality for me.

“Our new show will feature some of the brightest minds in the world who have come from rags to riches but now use their success & wealth to teach others & to give back to society.”

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