Omarosa going from the White House to the “Big Brother” house

ABC News (LOS ANGELES) — Since her stint working for President Trump came to an abrupt end late last year, some have been wondering what would be next for Omarosa Manigault-Newman. Now, we know: the woman who came to fame on Trump’s reality show The Apprentice is headed to another reality series: CBS’ Big Brother: Celebrity Edition

Omarosa and 10 other celebrities, from Sugar Ray singer Mark McGrath to former Cosby Show kid Keisha Knight-Pulliam, will make their debut on the the new season of the show, which debuts with a three-night premiere event that kicks off on Wednesday, Feb. 7 at 8 p.m. Eastern time.

After the kick-off, Big Brother: Celebrity Edition will air for three weeks, culminating with a two-hour finale on  Sunday, Feb. 25 at 8 p.m.  The last person remaining after the others have been evicted from the house wins a $250,000 grand prize.  

Here’s the full list of the Big Brother: Celebrity Edition house guests, whose every move will be tracked 24/7 by nearly 100 HD cameras and 113 microphones:
 
Shannon Elizabeth — American Pie film series actress
Brandi Lynn Glanville — TV personality, Real Housewives of Beverly Hills
Ariadna Gutiérrez — model
Chuck Liddell — UFC legend
James Maslow — singer
Ross Mathews — TV host
Mark McGrath — Sugar Ray frontman and TV personality
Keshia Knight Pulliam — former Cosby Show actress
Marissa Jaret Winokur — Broadway actress
Metta World Peace — former NBA champ, formerly known as Ron Artest
Omarosa — former reality-star turned Trump White House advisor

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