Not much that Omarosa Manigault-Newman does shocks us, but we didn’t see this coming.
After a year-long stint in the White House, ‘Rosa has made her next move and it’s not in politics. The former political aide is heading back to her old stomping grounds — reality TV! Actually, it’s “celebrity Big Brother” to be exact. That means the reality show vet will be monitored 24/7 with cameras in almost every square inch of the house. And speaking of the house, you know Newman won’t be alone. The Howard University grad will be joined by Keshia Knight Pulliam, Metta World Peace, Mark McGrath, Ross Mathews and more.
“Big Brother: Celebrity Edition” host Julie Chen explained while on “CBS This Morning,” exactly what it took to get Omarosa to say yes.
As previously mentioned, this isn’t Omarosa first time at the reality show rodeo. Her first appearance was on Trump’s “The Apprentice”. She also did “Celebrity Apprentice” and a dating show called “The Ultimate Merger” on TV One.
We’re actually curious to see how much of her White House life Omarosa reveals while in the house. After Shen resigned / got fired, the 43-year-old promised she had a very interesting story to tell as a former Trump aide.
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