Blablanda Blynes is pleading not guilty to her charge of driving with a suspended license, even though even my dead grandma knows she was totally driving with a suspended license. BLABLEGGEDLY. Talk more! Let's talk more about this!
Although their run on reality television is over (for now) after The Real Housewives of D.C. was canceled last year, White House gate-crashers Tareq and Michaele Salahi have managed to remain in tabloid headlines, captivating the nation with tales of their divorce that involve kidnapping, adultery, Journey, and a dead…
When it comes to love, 2011 has had a few ups: Jennifer Aniston finally found someone who can fill the Brad-Pitt-shaped hole in her heart, and Kate Middleton and Prince William won our hearts with their intimate little wedding. (Don't forget how he drove her around in that convertible afterwards. It doesn't get more…
Ugh. The bad news: Tareq Salahi and suddenly-estranged wife Michaele Salahi (née Michelle Ann Holt, nickname: "Missy") refuse to go away. The good news: They're having a run of bad luck. We would never wish ill upon strangers, but karma is a boomerang, is it not? So when you spew half-truths and lies, get all dolled…
Tareq Salahi of White House party-crashing fame is claiming that his wife Michaele has been kidnapped. Even worse, she's apparently being forced to tell people she's okay.
The New York Times published a rather lengthy article this week about how Tareq and Michaele Salahi—the couple who starred on The Real Housewives of D.C. and "allegedly" crashed President Obama's first state dinner—are still trying to extend their 15 minutes of fame. Hold the phone—washed-up reality stars are still…
It doesn't matter that The Real Housewives of D.C. has officially been cancelled—Michaele Salahi is still engaging in what's become a Housewife rite of passage by releasing a song on iTunes today called "Bump It." Salahi claims she was inspired to record the song after Oprah told her "Wow, you have an amazing…
Between landing the first-ever daytime TV interview with the President, Barbara's new cow heart, Elisabeth Hasselbeck's tears, and the kerfuffle with Bill O'Reilly, 2010 has been a banner year for the ladies on The View.
In this week's compilation of pop culture crap, Michaele Salahi tries to say she left the State Dinner because she didn't like the food, Kathie Lee Gifford gets sexually scary with Andy Cohen, and a scarecrow outrages a community.
In this week's compilation of pop culture crap, Dr. Oz and Oprah pop the world's biggest pimple, Wendy Williams deep fries one of her wigs, and Michaele Salahi tries her hardest to cry.
In this week's compilation of pop culture crap, bisexual apes on Oprah, Dr. Oz answers a question about a sleeping vagina, and an 82-year-old woman says "fuck" on the evening news.
Last night's season finale of RHODC showed the Salahis passing the first security checkpoint at the White House, even though their names were not on the list. Oddly, on Watch What Happens, the couple said this footage completely exonerates them.
What's offensive about Michaele and Tareq Salahi is that they think they can snow over the public into believing they are who they say they are. Here, we break down each of their outrageous lies, lawsuits, and bankruptcies.
Last night's episode finally got around to the Salahis' infamous attendance to the White House state dinner. When Michaele couldn't produce the couple's supposed invitation for the cameras, a producer stepped in for the first time in Real Housewives history.
In a new "tell-all book written with the [Salahis'] cooperation," the Real Housewife says that the disease explains her thinness, and that it was a spell of symptoms that sent her home early from that White House dinner she crashed.