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Michaele and Tareq Salahi, center and right, crashed a White House State Dinner on Nov. 24, and will now be part of the "Housewives of D.C." cast.
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updated 3/30/2010 9:45:58 PM ET 2010-03-31T01:45:58

White House party crashers Tareq and Michaele Salahi could be about to crash a living room near you.

According to The Daily Beast, the couple — who infamously crashed the White House state dinner in November — will be featured in Bravo’s upcoming “The Real Housewives of D.C.”

“The Real Housewives of D.C.” continues to be in production and a firm premiere date has not been set, according to a rep from Bravo.

As for whether the Salahis are definitely cast members, Bravo offered the following comment to msnbc.com: “We will not comment on the cast until we make an announcement on the cast.”

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According to Daily Beast, the Salahis — who have already reportedly shot a dozen episodes for the debut season — had the Bravo cameras in tow when they hit up the White House.

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Following their legendary party crash, rumors quickly spread that Michaele had a TV deal in the works.

But the couple’s venture into reality TV isn’t the only undertaking for the couple.

According to The Daily Beast, they also have a tell-all book in the works, which will “set the record straight” on the rumors that have surrounded them since their uninvited adventure.

“People will be surprised when the truth about the Salahis is finally told,” literary agent Sharlene Martin told the Beast.

Access Hollywood contributed to this report.

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