The most famous party crashers in the world Michaela and Tareq Salahi returned to Washington D.C. to party, but this time they not only were invited, they were the guests of honor, RadarOnline.com has learned.
The couple who made headlines last November for crashing President Barack Obama’s first state dinner, hosted the kickoff for Washington’s Polo season Thursday night.
This was their first public appearance in DC, since being kicked out of the White House. The organizers of the event, Kelly Ann Collins of Glittarazzi and Alicia Lewis of Power Players Club, say the 300 person crowd treated the couple like celebrities. Alicia says Michaela signed autographs and took pictures with fans. And everyone who walked away said the same thing “they are so lovely, really nice.”
Although the couple won’t talk about being cast on Bravo’s Real Housewives of DC, Kelly says they said “they were looking forward to Housewives coming to DC.” And a Bravo producer was also at the event.
The couple can’t talk about the White House incident, they’ve signed an exclusive deal with Matt Lauer and The Today Show for May sweeps. They reportedly will discuss how the incident was a misunderstanding.
The couple lives in Middleburg, Virginia on a vineyard. They say “it’s disturbing” what the media has done to them. They said surveillance cameras captured reporters trying to break into their car to get information on the controversial couple.
The casting of the Salahis is the worst kept secret and since they haven’t been prosecuted for the White House incident, Bravo may actually use footage of it when the show premieres in July.
And what goes around comes around. It seems the Salahis had a party crasher of their own. Another reality star, Josh Colon from Real World DC, crashed the soiree.