Omarosa Headed Back To Reality TV After White House Exit


After her abrupt departure from the White House, Omarosa Manigault is headed back to reality TV. 

A spokesperson for CBS confirmed that she'll be a cast member in the upcoming season of "Celebrity Big Brother," which is scheduled to premiere on Feb. 7 on the network. Back in December, it was revealed that Manigault will no longer serve as the White House director of communications for the Office of Public Liaison. Many reports circulated that she resigned, while others claimed that she was fired and physically thrown out of the White House.

Manigault's departure didn't go into effect until Jan. 20. We're not sure when exactly she decided to sign onto the show, but her presence will be very interesting. In a previous interview with ABC's "Good Morning America," Manigault admitted that when she does leave the White House, she'll be revealing some things about her previous job that will shock the public. "When I can tell my story it is a profound story that I know the world will want to hear," she said.


The whole premise of "Celebrity Big Brother" is that the cast mates are continuously being recorded, as they all live in the same house with one another. Maybe Manigault will spill tea, while there?

Take a look at the entire cast of the new season of "Celebrity Big Brother" below. 

Shannon Elizabeth - American Pie

Brandi Lynn Glanville - Real Housewives of Beverly Hills

Ariadna Gutiérrez - Model

Chuck Liddell - Former UFC Champ

Omarosa Manigault-Newman - The Apprentice

James Maslow - Musician, Big Time Rush

Ross Mathews - The Tonight Show with Jay Leno

Mark McGrath - Musician

Keshia Knight Pulliam - The Cosby Show

Metta World Peace - NBA Vet

Marissa Jaret Winokur - Broadway Star

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