The female White House party crasher is proposed by the Journey rocker on stage during a benefit for the Johns Hopkins Kimmel Cancer Center.
White House party crasher, Michaele Salahi, is set to marry her rocker boyfriend Neal Schon. She is proposed by the Journey guitarist, one year after she ditched her then-husband, Tareq Salahi, to be with the musician.
According to TMZ, Neal popped the question on stage when the band played in a benefit event for the Johns Hopkins Kimmel Cancer Center. The band played their song "Faithful" and she cried in joy after the on-stage proposal.
Michaele dated Neal and Tareq in the '90s. She chose Tareq over Neal because of her multiple sclerosis. "I thought life would be less stressful living on a vineyard in Virginia," she explained. "Life on the road with a rock band ... well, I thought I might not have been able to keep up."
Despite the decision, Michaele still had feelings for Neal and came to a Journey concert in Virginia in early September. When she didn't come back home, Tareq filed a police report of missing person for fears that she might have been kidnapped.
After finding out about her affair with 58-year-old Neal, Tareq subsequently filed for divorce. The former married couple infamously attended a 2009 White House state dinner uninvited.