Did the 'Celebrity Big Brother' House Overreact to Brandi's Sympathy Vote?

22 February, 2018, 01:06 | Author: Kim Reid
  • Omarosa Manigault said on Friday's episode of Celebrity Big Brother that she had to'teach Sean Spicer how to pronounce words when they worked together in the White House

"There was a big L.A. Times article about a big rally she did, and they quoted me, saying how important I thought this [2016] race was and how important she would be and how she would make history and all that". Ross is Omarosa's big target, but just as she's admitted to herself, he's going to be tough to get out this round.

"We only had so many things in the house to do, and when you're home at the Big Brother house, missing your family, I had no one to hold", said Metta, who explained how he'd cuddle Orwell at night when he was wishing he could be with his wife.

However, Omarosa said she saw it differently, telling her: 'God, no.

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Trying to figure out what is going on behind the scenes, Marissa and Ariadna recall that Mark told them Omarosa might put him on the block. Asked if Clinton would have been a good president, she answered, "She would have been exceptional".

- Ariadna and Marissa assumed that Omarosa made a deal with James Maslow and Mark. The question is, which Veto are they playing for; the Diamond Veto, the VIP Veto or the Spotlight Veto.

Manigault is now the "Head of Household" on the popular CBS reality show and in a conversation with fellow houseguest and RuPaul's Drag Race judge Ross Mathews, she revealed that she worked on the "Ready for Hillary" organization until she left because of bad management, calling it a "scam". Interestingly, she nominated Mathews, who previously called himself the "reporter" of the house and has been the most frequent ear for her political tales, for eviction. This is big given that it could alter in part what Omarosa wants to do. "She was just a strong woman".

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For that reason, winning the first Head of Household competition and the first Power of Veto competition (with the 16-letter word "responsibilities") issued a warning to the rest of the house that she wasn't here to mess around.

Fellow contestant, and Apprentice alum, Brandi Glanville asked, seemingly out of the blue considering the previous line of the conversation had nothing to do with Trump: 'Did you ever sleep with him?' The group of four, however, was more like two power couples, with Ross and Marissa being a tight pair. Since Omarosa will still decide who is on the block, this may not change all that much.

Like all seasons of Big Brother, Shannon Elizabeth's recognition as a formidable obstacle to the rest of the house forced her into alienation.

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