Michaele Salahi Marries Neal Schon on Pay-Per-View

Four years ago, if you’d have said, “One day, a woman famous for gate-crashing a White House dinner will marry the man who wrote ‘Don’t Stop Believin’ – and on Pay-Per-View, no less” – we might have said you were crazy.

But on Sunday, that was exactly what happened, when Michaele Salahi and Neal Schon tied the knot in San Francisco.

Schon is the guitarist for Journey, a band whose music you have likely performed or seen performed at karaoke at some point in your life.

The Real Housewives Franchise Goes Global from New Jersey to Israel

Could it be that the Real Housewives franchise is America’s greatest most recent export?

After The Real Housewives of New Jersey premiered to a whopping 2.8 million viewers on Sunday, it’s easy to see why television networks across the globe would want to profile the rich, famous – and feuding.

Tareq Salahi Files for Divorce from Runaway Wife Michaele

The man known primarily for gatecrashing the White House, Tareq Salahi, has filed for divorce from his runaway wife Michaele, according to reports.

The filing comes after Tareq reported his wife – a former castmember on The Real Housewives of D.C. – missing to authorities.

But it turned out she was safe and sound with Journey guitarist Neal Schon in Tennessee, where the band has a gig with Foreigner.

Michaele Salahi Was Not Kidnapped as Husband Claimed

White House gatecrashers Tareq and Michaele Salahi are at the center of another strange controversy.

Tareq reported his wife Michaele missing on Tuesday, but the Real Housewives of D.C. star tells authorities she’s fine.

Andy Cohen Receives Seven Figures for Memoir

Michaele Salahi: There Can't Be a Real Housewives of D.C. Without Me

There are two big shut downs in D.C. this week. But it’s Bravo’s cancellation of Real Housewives of D.C. after just one season that has former star Michaele Salahi pointing fingers.

And she’s pointing at herself.

Tamra Barney and Gretchen Rossi's Real Housewives Feud Continues

Some feuds never die!

It didn’t take long for Real Housewives of Orange County stars Tamra Barney and Gretchen Rossi to pick up right where they left off. On Sunday’s season 6 premiere, a shopping party at the home of Tamra’s new boyfriend turned ugly when Gretchen tried on a hat with an eye symbol that’s supposed to ward off evil spirits.

“Oh wait, hold on, Tamra – let me put it on for you,” Gretchen said.

Later, Tamra sought an explanation. “Were you calling me an evil bitch, is that what you’re saying?” Tamra asked.

Alex McCord: Salahis Ruined Real Housewives of DC

After watching the second hour of the Real Housewives of DC reunion, I have to agree with Mary – this season was hijacked. The antics of the Salahis and their absolute refusal to take responsibility for any of their actions, was amazing.

Alex McCord's Blog: Michaele Makes 'Stupid, Insipid' Comments on D.C. Reunion

Was anyone else surprised to hear the political affiliations of the Housewives? I wondered how Andy would break up the seating chart, but it seems he did it by political party.

If anyone – anywhere – in any universe thought that Michaele was a suffering wife under the spell of her husband, those thoughts should be laid to rest now. Wow.

Alex McCord: Are the Salahis Sociopaths or Just Shameless?

Watching tonight’s finale of the DC Housewives, and continuing into Watch What Happens Live with the Salahis as Andy’s first guests, I found myself trying to understand why Tareq and Michaele felt vindicated by the episode.

Tareq referred to a smoking gun, but I didn’t see one.