Celebrity Big Brother: Who Went Home? Plus, Omarosa Talks 'Scary' Mike Pence

"As bad as you think Trump is, you would be anxious about Pence", she told the house.

And she got her wish, with everyone voting to send her home (7-0).

Manigault also hinted that the administration's immigration-reform actions would escalate.

Rattled by Donald Trump's candidacy, the Republican Party was, to a degree, placated by the addition of "full-spectrum conservative" Mike Pence to the presidential ticket.

"He's extreme. I'm Christian, I love Jesus, but he thinks Jesus tells him to say things".

And even though she's an ordained minister herself, Manigault said it was Pence's faith that would be his biggest liability. When fellow contestant Ross Mathews implored Omarosa to give him some reassurance, she could only answer, "No, it's gonna not be okay". Why was she allowed to abuse presidential perks?

Ross believed that if Shannon found out, she would gun for him hard and he'd probably be the next person evicted.

As for the White House, they can't help themselves and have of course responded to Newman's Celebrity Big Brother comments.

The circumstances leading up to the eviction were ambiguous to the live audience as it was happening, which begs the question: Did she hear of the backdoor plan to boot Elizabeth in order to save her and Omarosa?

Piers Morgan really hates former "Celebrity Apprentice" co-star Omarosa Manigault-Newman.

Recently, Newman briefly left the set of "Celebrity Big Brother" Friday night for medical attention, CBS News confirmed.

"That's right, Omarosa is trapped in a house with a bunch of reality TV stars, just like Melania", Kimmel only half-joked.

White House Deputy Press Secretary Raj Shah said in response during a press conference, "Omarosa was sacked three times on the "Apprentice" and this was the fourth time we let her go".

"Can I just say this, as bad as you all think Trump is, you'd be anxious about Pence". Following the Apprentice villain's dramatic exit in early December, American Urban Radio Networks reporter April Ryan reported that Omarosa was physically dragged from the premises after getting the hook from Chief of Staff John Kelly, who was said to have been planning on firing her for months.

"Yes", she says. "Or she could donate to my non-profit organization Kamp Kizzy, which helps girls with empowerment and self-esteem".

Were you surprised the way things happened during the last episode of "Celebrity Big Brother"?

  • Jon Douglas