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Tareq and Michaele Salahi, on Australian TV, promise to auction red sari for charity (VIDEO)

The last time we saw Tareq and Michaele Salahi on a TV morning show -- NBC's "Today," about a week after their unauthorized state dinner incursion -- they were stiff, unhappy, on the defensive. But in this clip from Australia's "The Morning Show" (several weeks old, but we only just now saw it), they're loose, easygoing and banter-y -- much more in the garrulous style of third crasher Carlos Allen on "Good Morning America" or "Larry King" -- even while carefully avoiding any disclosure about what happened that night or even what their role on "Real Housewives" might be. (The Salahis were in Melbourne in February to headline a polo match.) The Aussie hosts try to probe deeper but ultimately just laugh off their failure to get anything out of them. And then Michaele announces they're going to auction the infamous red sari to raise money for Haitian earthquake relief. We'll let you know when we hear more about that.

By The Reliable Source  |  April 5, 2010; 4:21 PM ET
Categories:  Real Housewives of D.C. , White House crashers  
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This couple seems very nice.
Thank You Washington Post for sharing.

Posted by: lisag1 | April 5, 2010 7:01 PM | Report abuse

Oh my, lisag1.

If you honestly believe that couple is so nice, extend them credit, or accept a check from those folks. Word to the wise-- wait to see if it clears.

Better yet, spend $100K for a 'lifetime membership' in their "America's Polo Cup".

And, if you fall for that, I have a bridge I'd be willing to sell to you as well.

Posted by: LAWPOOL | April 6, 2010 1:36 PM | Report abuse

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