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Real Housewives Of DC Michele Salahi Releases Her First Single This Week

10 May Michaele-Salahi-RHODC-203848


“The Real Housewives of D.C.” reality television star and White House crasher Michele Salahi will release her first single, “Bump It,” on Thursday.

“I am so excited with my first single! It’s an amazing dance song, and it highlights the party animal in everyone!” Mrs. Salahi said in a news release.

The socialite recorded the song from May 5 through 8 in Los Angeles. Those who download Mrs. Salahi’s free “Love You” app from iTunes will be able to hear the song Wednesday.

“I titled the song ‘Bump It’ because I love dancing and bumping it on the dance floor! I got so caught up with the rhythm, that my music just feels like a magical prism the song will be the perfect dance song for everyone to enjoy this summer!”

On who would appreciate her tune, Mrs. Salahi wrote on Facebook on Tuesday, “If you love Dance music, you will LOVE my first single! OXO Who wants to dance with me?”

Based in Los Angeles and the District, Mrs. Salahi is married to Tareq Salahi. They both attended the University of California-Davis and appeared on Bravo’s “The Real Housewives of D.C.”

Last month, Mrs. Salahi attended the D.C. stop of actor Charlie Sheen’s “Violent Torpedo of Truth” tour and told the Daily Caller, “I love Charlie Sheen, winning!”

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Reality Tv: Real Housewives Of D.C. Has Been Given The Boot!!!

10 Apr Real-Housewives-Of-DC-201293

 

Guess the political (er, social climbing) drama amongst the D.C. housewives wasn’t enough to keep America’s viewers interested. After just one season, the D.C. branch of the Real Housewives franchise has been canceled.

“We had an amazing season and we told stories that were unique to any other in the franchise,” Andy Cohen, Bravo’s executive vice president said. “I wish all our DC Wives the best and hope to work with them again in another capacity.”

Although D.C. is the city of power, its Housewives series was apparently the weakest link for Bravo — no other series in the mega hit franchise has had such a short T.V. shelf life. When a deadly silence ensued after the D.C. first season ended last October, shut-down rumors started to swirl.

Cat Ommanney told The Post the quietness “has made people think there won’t be one, but I’m quite confident that there will be a second season.” But the D.C. first season pulled in the most viewers after New Jersey! So why did Bravo pull the plug?

Apparently the D.C. girls’ high-class etiquette caused them their early T.V. retirement.

“It’s less noisy,” Cohen said. “It’s serious, it’s politics. The level of discourse on this show is different. For people who expect to see table flipping or wig pulling, that was never going to happen on this show.”

And we all know, without table flipping and mid-day boozing and flirting with friend’s sons, a Housewives series can’t stand the test of time.

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Summary: The cameras have stopped rolling for the cast of Bravo’s “The Real Housewives of D.C.,” as the network announced Thursday that the low-rated show will not be returning for a second season.

The cameras have stopped rolling for the cast of Bravo’s “The Real Housewives of D.C.,” as the network announced Thursday that the low-rated show will not be returning for a second season.

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