When Michaele and Tareq Salahi crashed the White House State dinner, we all assumed this meant they would no longer be in the upcoming Real Housewives of D.C. But the producers realized the Salahis were the only thing they had.
Politico caught up with Tareq and Michaele Salahi, the self-promoting fameballs who gatecrashed a White House state dinner back in November, at some DC party. They're working on a book, they say, but they hate 'the media'.
The Washington Post dispatched dozens of writers and researchers to investigate Tareq and Michaele Salahi, and discover their motivations for gatecrashing the White House. Here's a de facto guide on how to live like a billionaire for no money.
Oh, those Salahis. First they gatecrash the White House. Then they go on the teevee and say they didn't. Then it comes out they did, in fact. And now they may not accept an invitation to Congress to answer questions.
Tareq and Michaele Salahi's "signature social event," the Land Rover America's Polo Cup, was neither sponsored by Land Rover nor as profitable as it claimed. Do these people have any grasp on reality, at all?
Not only are they done filming, but the Salahi party crash is going to be the first season finale. In fact, it appears that crews have been filming Michaele and Tareq Salahi since the middle of September. Naughty Bravo!
NBC News didn't pay the Salahis for their exclusive Today appearance this morning. They didn't have to: According to rival bookers trying to land the Salahis, they already have a contract with Bravo preventing them from talking to anyone else.
The DC couple gave their first interview on the Today Show this morning. They claim they didn't crash the State Dinner, and have never crashed anything ever. Officials — all of them — disagree. So what's the mixup?
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New photos suggest the White House party crashers were seasoned social climbers and chronic liars; Reese and Jake deny a break-up rumor; Tila Tequila's "energy secret" is not an illegal substance. Monday gossip, here we come.
If you are one of the many who thought you could not despise the Salahis any more than you already do, think again: The White House crashers are demanding to be paid for their first television interview.
The Secret Service is currently investigating how fameballs Michaele and Tareq Salahi crashed Obama's first state dinner, Bravo camera crew in tow. We have a theory: Their polo buddy, Indian ambassador Arun K. Singh, got them in on the DL.