Bravo is preparing to share unaired footage of Michaele and Tareq Salahi–best known as the couple that crashed the White House State Dinner for Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh in November–with members of the Homeland Security Committee, the Washington Post reports.
That information was part of a long, detailed article the Post has published about how the Salahis got into the star-studded Nov. 24 event.
According to the article, as the couple prepared for the dinner on the 24th they went to a salon in Georgetown for make-up, some tweaking to the hair, etc. They spent six hours in the salon and it was taped for potential airing on Bravo’s "Real Housewives of D.C."
The report states, "Michaele fluttered around the salon and pecked Gomez six times before taking a chair. When the stylist asked her how she scored the coveted invite, she exclaimed, ‘I’m just so blessed.’ Members of the Homeland Security Committee would like to know what else she said at the salon and, according to committee staff, held conference calls on Dec. 11 and 15 with B. Robert Okun, vice president of NBC Universal, which owns Bravo, to discuss seeing roughly four hours of footage shot of the Salahis on Nov. 24. According to committee staffers, the video could be viewed as early as Tuesday [Dec. 22]."