Now that she’s out of the White House, Omarosa Manigault is heading back to reality TV.
The former “Apprentice” star and ex-Trump aide has been named one of the contestants for CBS’ debut season of “Celebrity Big Brother.”
She was revealed as a member of the cast in a television promo, which aired Sunday night during the Grammy Awards.
Manigault, who served as the director of communications for the Office of Public Liaison before resigning in December, is set to move into the “Big Brother” house on February 7.
The internet was having a field day with her new career choice on Sunday night.
“Omarosa going straight from the White House to the Big Brother house is a pretty great representation of where our Very Good Country is at right now,” tweeted director Austin Vesely.
“Her leaving the trashiest, most unprofessional, discriminatory, racist, disgusting, corrupt White House in history just to join that show makes perfect sense, wouldn’t you say?” added musician Ricky Davila.