Will Bravo's The Real Housewives of Washington D.C. be back for a second season?
Castmember and modeling agency boss Lynda Erkiletian says talks haven't begun yet, but...
She says she'd return—but only if Michaele Salahi doesn't.
"I don't think anybody would do a show with Michaele," Erkiletian tells us. "I don't think anybody would voluntarily associate themselves ever again."
Tomorrow's finale of the D.C. Housewives' first season features Michaele and husband Tareq's infamous White House State Dinner debacle. The couple's legal team has claimed they were invited by email.
"I've never seen a White House invitation by email, but all things are possible in Salahi world," Erkiletian laughs.
She also predicts she won't be crossing paths with the controversial couple anytime soon. "I don't think that we'll ever be in the same social circle," Erkiletian says. "I'm not looking down on them, I just don't think they can necessarily afford to buy the tickets."
Not like having a ticket to a party has every stopped the Salahis in the past.
That's not all the D.C. we have for ya. Make sure to come back here later on to find out what Stacie has to say about the end of season one.