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D.C. 'Housewives' Finale: Salahis Are 'Delusional' (VIDEO)

by Aimee Deeken, posted Oct 8th 2010 8:20AM
Salahis Refuse to Talk on D.C. 'Housewives'Once Michaele and Tareq Salahi's White House party-crashing incident is all over the news, the Salahis' friends confront them about it. At a party on the finale of 'The Real Housewives of D.C.' (Thu., 9PM ET on BRAVO), Stacie and Jason Turner gingerly bring it up.

"We're not allowed to talk about that," says Michaele flatly. Jason says, "Whether you realize it or not, you all are wearing a scarlet letter right now." Tareq disagrees: "There's no shame."

Stacie puts it another way. "Public opinion -- whether it's warranted or not -- it exists ... There's like a blatant non-acknowledgment of it that makes it weird ... If you could turn back time, though, would you just have not even gone to the event?"

Tareq doesn't answer. Instead the Salahis storm out the back door, and Stacie and Jason are left concluding that the couple is "delusional."

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White House Gate Crashers Feel Vindicated By D.C. 'Housewives' Finale (VIDEO)

by Aimee Deeken, posted Oct 8th 2010 7:45AM
Salahis Talk 'Housewives' Finale on 'Watch What Happens: Live'On 'Watch What Happens: Live' (Thu., 10:15PM ET on BRAVO), host Andy Cohen discussed the finale of 'The Real Housewives of D.C.' with stars Michaele and Tareq Salahi. They were pleased with the episode's portrayal of their now-infamous appearance at a White House State Dinner, saying it proved they weren't gate crashers.

"You think tonight's episode cleared you?" Cohen asked skeptically. Tareq answered, "The world's been waiting for this: You saw that we didn't lie, we didn't scale a fence ... We showed our real IDs; we said our real names."

Cohen admitted that though they were never charged of any wrongdoing, "I didn't see from tonight's episode the smoking gun that you're talking about." Tareq's further proof of their innocence was that the Secret Service was shown helping the 'Real Housewives' film crew.

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What's next on the Salahis' 'To-Crash' list? SNL?

by Danny Gallagher, posted Dec 5th 2009 5:04PM
The Salahis are currently the world's most notorious party crashers since that Soy Bomb guy's ecstasy kicked in during the 1998 Grammies.

But their brazen disregard for the laws of high-class parties and national security in the face of improving their unwritten social status could get them into an even bigger party -- late night television.

Word is the party crash test dummies are planning on appearing in an opening Obama skit on Saturday Night Live. Neither the network nor the couple have actually confirmed this, but take that with a grain of salt since we are talking about a couple who consider an invitation as a "speed bump."

[via TVTattle]

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