Omarosa Manigault Newman reveals to "Celebrity Big Brother" that Vice President Mike Pence thinks "Jesus tells him to say things." Nathan Rousseau Smith has the story.
Was she surprised? Barely.
"Julie, I've evicted five expulsions," she told hostess Julie Chen in an initial interview during the Broa dcast. "I can not believe I lasted so long, I got the biggest goal in this game, and that was James (Maslow), once I did that, I knew I had no chance, longer in the house to stay."
The shortened 20th season of the show, designed to compete with NBC's Winter Olympics coverage, premiering Feb. 7 and airing for less than three weeks. While celebrity releases overseas are popular where the show originated, this is the first on CBS that has aired the show since 2000.
Omarosa Manigault Newman was her usual pronounced self on CBS's reality series "Celebrity Big Brother." (Photo: Bill Inoshita / CBS)
Following later evictions by Mark McGrath and Gutierrez, the contest for actress Marissa Jaret Winokur ( Hairspray ) and Ross Mathews, an E! Correspondent. And after a final vote by a jury of former "house guests," Winokur was named the winner and received a prize of $ 250,000.
The Combative Omarosa, a Triple Candidate in Donald Trump's Former NBC Reality Series The Apprentice dramatically left her post as Communication Director of the White House Office for Public Relations in January , And she caused a sensation in Big Brother & # 39; s first episodes, when she told Mathews in tears that Trump was "not all right." A few days later, she called Vice President Mike Pence "creepy" and "extreme" and in a "be careful what you want" action, the Americans predicted they would "beg" for Trump if Pence replaced him ,
When asked if she "really believes" that things are going to be out of order, she said she changed her mind, "I think we – I had plenty of time inside Big Brother House – we can, if we make a nation as a linchpin, I was part of and in the front row of probably one of the most selective elections in our history, and as a nation we are better than we are bigger than That, and we're bigger than just two parties, am I right? "she said, applauding from the studio audience. Proposing she has made her way through all her public life, the self-proclaimed Big Brother superfan claimed, "I never had a chance to let my hair down and just be authentic and engage with humans and that was a chance to let go without television, without sunlight, without family. My light shines and the people know who the true Omarosa is. "
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