The cameras were rolling during the now infamous incident. White House presidential social secretary Desiree Rogers stepped down in the wake of the security breach and resulting publicity mess.
The Salahi's are not allowed to talk about the new season of the show, but will appear on The Today Show on May 27 to discuss how the "crashing" incident was more of a misunderstanding.
Bravo is trying hard to keep the new cast additions under wraps. A representative for Bravo told The Daily Beast that there was "absolutely no announcement beyond the fact that we're doing the show and the production process continues," but since the couple has not been prosecuted following the incident, Bravo won't have a problem using the footage from the night that made the Salahi's household names.
The couple is slated to be the focal point of the new season, and have reportedly already shot all 12 episodes.
The couple is also working on a new tell-all book, literary agent Sharlene Martin told The Daily Beast. According to Martin, the couple plans to set the record straight and she promises, "people will be surprised when the truth about the Salahis is finally told."