The first American edition of Celebrity Big Brother has been on the air for less than a week, and there's already been plenty of drama, mainly at the hands of former White House cabinet member, Omarosa Manigault.
Katherine Timpf said Omarosa must know that the only thing she is skilled at is "getting people to hate her". "I would like to say not my problem, but I can't say that because it's bad".
Former White House aide Omarosa Manigault Newman briefly left the set of "Celebrity Big Brother" on Friday night for medical attention, CBS News has confirmed. I put her [Manigault Newman] in the hospital! "This development will be addressed on the Sunday night broadcast". "She's gonna be okay".
Though Manigault Newman's departure from the show raised eyebrows and had cast members jumping to conclusions, her absence from the Big Brother house was consistent with the show's protocol for houseguests in need of short-term medical treatment. Producers also made sure there was supervision to ensure there was no access to information that would provide an unfair advantage when returning to the competition. The latest incident left Omarosa temporarily leaving the house for an undisclosed health emergency, though she is now back. What's more, TV personality Ross Mathews and newly crowned HOH, Hairspray'sMarissa Jaret Winokur, were overheard speculating about whether or not the former White House employee would return to the show.
Asked during the show whether she would ever vote for Trump again, Manigault Newman replied: "God, no". It remains unclear if she left voluntarily or was sacked.
Omarosa's stint on Celebrity Big Brother is not off to a great start!
She said that she tried to stop the president tweeting, without success.
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