In this Tuesday, Nov. 24, 2009 photo, Michaele and Tareq Salahi, right, arrive at a state dinner hosted by President Barack Obama for Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh at the White House in Washington. The Secret Service is looking into its own security procedures after determining that the Virginia couple managed to slip into Tuesday night's state dinner at the White House even though they were not on the guest list, agency spokesman Ed Donovan said. (AP Photo/Gerald Herbert)
Many have said they have seen too much of the Salahis. Today, they all rue their words.
The magazine has not decided whether Salahi will get the cover. You will be shocked to learn that she would not say no to it.
D.C.'s most notorious real housewife is losing her clothes left and right these days. Amy Argetsinger reports in the Washington Post that Salahi will auction the red and gold sari-style dress that she wore to the state dinner with her husband Tareq when the two crashed a White House state dinner for India last year.
The Old Town Alexandria–based Potomack Company auction house will put the dress on the block on October 2. Argetsinger reports that the dress is estimated to go for between $2,000 and $3,000 and that 80% of the proceeds will go to the Clinton-Bush Haiti Fund and to an as-yet-unnamed local charity.