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Tareq Uses Michaele's MS to Excuse Aggressive Behavior on DC 'Housewives' Reunion (VIDEO)

by Aimee Deeken, posted Oct 22nd 2010 7:15AM
Lynda, Cat Argue with Tareq on 'Housewives' ReunionOn 'The Real Housewives of D.C.' Reunion (Part 2, Thu., 9PM ET on BRAVO), Michaele Salahi insists husband Tareq apologize for a particular incident. But it doesn't do him any favors. A shouting match erupts that intimates the other cast members still hate the Salahis.

At an event, Lynda Erkiletian spied Tareq "basically being very verbally abusive at two women." She asked him to quiet down, and apparently he told her to "shut the F up." She returned the sentiment and "he threw a glass of red wine at me." Lynda, in turn, threw water, as "I would never waste scotch on you, ever."

Cat Ommanney, who witnessed the exchange, wholeheartedly agrees with Lynda. "And you shoved your wife before you threw the wine in my face," Lynda adds. Cat confirms: "Michaele tried to stop you, and you pushed her." Tareq somehow correlates his actions with being "protective" of Michaele because "she has MS." This defense, unsurprisingly, does not go over well.

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Michaele to Cat on D.C. 'Housewives' Reunion: At Least I'm Married (VIDEO)

by Aimee Deeken, posted Oct 15th 2010 5:00AM
Michael Salahi Offends Cat on D.C. 'Real Housewives'Part 1 of 'The Real Housewives of D.C.' Reunion (Thu., 9PM ET on BRAVO) was definitely more composed than the 'Jersey' edition, when Teresa Guidice forcefully shoved host Andy Cohen during an altercation with Danielle Staub. Still, there were revelations to be made and tears to be shed.

Michaele Salahi told Cat Ommanney that she "made a lot of people cry," but the only person she could come up with was herself. She started tearing up again, saying, "I can't believe somebody could have that much hate within them." Cat said she didn't hate Michaele, but she didn't believe the tears either. "She fakes everything," she told Cohen.

Michaele then turned nasty.

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'Real Housewives': Bethenny Doesn't Want to Film 'NYC,' Ramona Gets Own Wine Line and More

by Chris Harnick, posted Oct 14th 2010 2:10PM
Bethenny FrankelBethenny Frankel is not afraid to speak her mind. The star of Bravo's 'Bethenny Getting Married?' had a famous falling out with her then-'Real Housewives of New York City' co-star Jill Zarin last season, and now Frankel says she does not want to go back to 'Housewives.'

"I do not want to do any housewife episodes [this season]," Frankel told HollywoodLife.com. "Let's just leave it at that."

Despite hugging on camera during 'The Real Housewives of New York City' reunion this summer, Frankel's relationship with Zarin did not get any further repair.

"I'm not friends with Jill and we don't speak to each other," Frankel said. "I'm so happy right now in my life that I could never ever wish anyone any ill will anyway. That is so 2009 -- the show and the argument!"

More 'Real Housewives' news after the jump!

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'The Real Housewives of D.C.' Premiere: Michaele Salahi Steals the Show

by Kevin Downey, posted Aug 5th 2010 1:00PM
Real Housewives of DCFor months, Americans have seemingly agreed on only one thing: White House party crasher Michaele Salahi -- she with the shock of blond hair and sparkling red sari, who floated past flashing cameras with her befuddled-looking husband Tareq -- is a cringe-inducing attention grabber. Yuck.

The Salahis, of course, sneaked into the White House for President Obama's first state dinner in November. White House social secretary Desiree Rogers eventually resigned over the flap that ensued, and Americans have been seething at the mere mention of Michaele ever since. And the antipathy kicked up a notch when word began trickling out that the party crashing was a reality show stunt, or the Salahis attempt to land such a show.

Curiously, though, it's anything but contempt viewers will likely feel toward Michaele in 'The Real Housewives of D.C.,' the fifth installment in Bravo's 'Housewives' franchise. 'D.C.' premieres Thu., Aug. 5.

Michaele is one of five women featured on 'D.C.' and in the premiere episode, she steals the show -- in a good way.

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