Michaele Salahi and Neal Schon
Just because she is no longer on the Real Housewives doesn't mean Michaele Salahi has shied away from putting her personal life in front of the camera.
The ex-Real Housewives of D.C. star, who is best known for gate-crashing a White House state dinner in November 2009, married Journey guitarist Neal Schon on Pay-Per-View Sunday.
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The two exchanged "I do's" at San Francisco's Palace of Fine Arts in front of guests including Apprentice alum Omarosa Manigault and former Van Halen frontman Sammy Hagar, People reports. After the ceremony, which had a "Yesterday, today and forever" theme, Journey paid a set that included "Don't Stop Believin'" and "Faithfully."
Viewers had to pay $14.95 to watch the proceedings, but a portion of the proceeds will reportedly go to typhoon relief in the Philippines, to which Journey has already donated $350,000.
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This is the sixth marriage for Schon, and the second of Salahi, who was famously married to Tareq Salahi when the two gate-crashed a White House state dinner that they believed they had been invited to in November 2009. The incident became worldwide news, and the couple eventually testified in front of a federal grand jury.
The gate-crashing incident also played out on Real Housewives of D.C., which aired the following year and lasted just one season. In September 2011, Tareq filed for divorce and alleged that Salahi and Schon had been in a relationship "for a period of months" while they were still married. Their divorce was finalized in August of 2012, and Schon proposed that October.