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Saturday, September 4, 2010

The Real Housewives Labor Day Weekend

Pics./tweets from a few of the Real Housewives enjoying the holiday weekend.

With tennis girls can u believe I can't play? I have no contacts or glasses I can't see past my hand

In the Invicta heading to lunch with the gang!

Teresa getting ready for a matinee performance of My Big Gay Italian Wedding
Having fun with @briellezolciak and her friend Taylor....
At the party with Beth 0, Howard Stern's wife she is even more beautiful in person
Beach dayyy

This is why I LOVE montauk.note the wigs.

Michaele Playboy Spread Coming Soon

Post from TMZ.

Photo: John Russo
Michaele Salahi is about to crash another party -- the one in your pants -- because TMZ has learned the "Real Housewives of D.C." star is taking it all off for Playboy magazine.

And not just artsy "top half" naked -- we're talking full-frontal, birthday suit naked.

Salahi's rep tells us the shoot will go down later this month -- and Michaele is "very excited" about posing down.
We're told Playboy honchos have not yet determined whether or not Salahi will get the cover ... but she would "love it."

Taylor-RHOBH Attends A Food & Wine Event

Pictures of Taylor and her husband Russell  at Taste of Beverly Hills in Beverly Hills, CA.

Photo: Photo Agency
Photo: Photo Agency

Photo: Photo Agency

Teresa's Private Sale Not Approved By Judge Yet

Article from Radar Online.

Real Housewives of New Jersey star Teresa Giudice may be saved the spectacle of her belongings being sold at a public auction. Her lawyer told exclusively that they are now hoping to conduct the sale privately.
“We concluded that we do not believe that a public sale would be in the interest of anyone,” James A. Kridel, of The Kridel Law Group, told about his conversations with John Sywilok, the trustee attorney.

Kridel says while no official orders have been filed towards a private sale, that is what he is working towards.

Kridel claims the decision isn’t about saving face, but about “common sense.”

“We concluded that we didn’t think that the public sale would draw any additional money,” he explained further. “So it would be an exercise in futility.” Kridel says the private sale would sell off the Giudices’ belongings as one big package, rather then selling of individual items.

“Typically there would be an agreed upon price and it would be sold to an individual or individuals at a set price which we believe would be more than we could get at a public sale. And then it has to go before the court and usually it would have to be approved by the court.”
Though the October 3 public auction is still being advertised on the auctioneer’s website, Kridel says the date could change since they are pushing for a private sale, which still has to be approved by a judge.

Michaele's Sari Could Sell For Three Grand

Aricle from the Washington Post. Pictures from TMZ.

By Amy Argetsinger
For months, White House gate-crasher-turned-reality star Michaele Salahi has been promising reporters that she would auction her infamous red-and-gold sari for charity -- and, well, darned if she's not actually doing it now. For real!
The Potomack Co., an Old Town Alexandria auction house, announced Friday that it will put the dress on the block Oct. 2. and that Salahi and her husband, Tareq, "have directed the auction gallery to forward 80 percent of their proceeds from the gown's sale to the Clinton-Bush Haiti Fund," and a yet-to-be-named local charity.

The dress -- technically not a sari but a two-piece style known as a lengha -- was rendered instantly iconic in November when Salahi wore it into the White House state dinner for India without an actual invitation, exposing a major weakness in President Obama's security perimeter.

But how iconic? The Potomack Co.'s Lucie Holland said the auction house estimates that it could fetch $2,000 to $3,000. "Our estimates are conservative," she said. "We hope to generate interest." Yet it probably won't land in the stratosphere of recently auctioned gowns worn by Princess Diana or Marilyn Monroe.

Those who love to hate the controversial couple -- who seem to have gotten stuck in the villain roles on "The Real Housewives of D.C." -- will either be gratified that the Salahis won't profit heavily after the charity donation or dismayed that the sale will do little to help the long line of vendors and creditors who say the Salahis owe them. The dress will probably be the first lot on a sale day that will also feature a collection of Asian art and furniture from a historic Alexandria home.

Holland said the dress "is in beautiful condition." She lifted the dress -- tulle with gold beading and sequins -- and "it's very heavy, actually. It's quite substantial."

Kim Z. With The Kids

Pic./tweet from Kim.

FlagRotateEmbedFull Size ..Hanging out with @taylorinman1 and @BrielleZolciak I think the best thing in the world is being a MOM!!!!!!

Trailer Of Lisa And Ed's Movie "Mo Ling"