Omarosa Manigault Newman To Join A Reality Show That's Not The Trump White House

Newman joins a cast comprised of fellow “Celebrity Apprentice” alums.

Reality star-turned White House aide Omarosa Manigault Newman is heading back to the small screen that made her famous.

The controversial former White House aide who left President Donald Trump’s administration last month amid reports that she was physically removed from the White House will join the cast of “Celebrity Big Brother.”

The special winter celebrity edition of the show will premiere on CBS on Feb. 7.

Newman joins a cast of fellow “Celebrity Apprentice” alums as well as former contestants of “Dancing With The Stars,” per Entertainment Weekly. Fellow cast members include Sugar Ray singer Mark McGrath, “American Pie” star Shannon Elizabeth and former NBA player Metta World Peace, among others.

Although the White House said Newman resigned from her role as director of communications for the White House Public Liaison Office in December, multiple sources said she was fired by Trump’s chief of staff John Kelly and physically removed from the premises.

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