Wednesday, 21 February, 2018

Omarosa's Medical Scare to Be Addressed on Sunday's 'Celebrity Big Brother'

Cliff Lipson  CBS Cliff Lipson CBS
Rosie Leonard | 12 February, 2018, 02:09

In the feed, Omarosa's co-stars Ross Mathews and Marissa Jaret Winokur were whispering and talking about Omarosa's possible overnight hospital stay and they speculated whether she would be allowed to come back to the house to continue compete. "This development will be addressed on the Sunday night broadcast", a CBS spokesperson told TheWrap Saturday.

Loyal fans, who tune-in to the constant live stream of the cast's time in the "Big Brother" house were quick to discuss Omarosa's hospitalization. She said she thought she could be "that person" who would stop from tweeting, but said she was kept away from the president. "She's gonna be okay". This includes producer supervision to ensure there is no access to information that would provide unfair advantage when returning to the competition.

Tonight, the week 2 nominations were official in the Celebrity Big Brother house, and they were exactly what you expected going in if you were watching the feeds.

She joined the series mere months after being unceremoniously fired from the White House.

After her humiliating exit from the administration, Omarosa appeared on "Good Morning America", intimating that she'd be spilling White House secrets.

"It's not going to be OK".

The White House has insisted up until this point that the former "Apprentice" show and former White House aide resigned, but earlier this week White House deputy press secretary Raj Shah suggested that might not be the case.

He also attempted to diminish her role in the White House, telling reporters, "She had limited contact with the president while here". The houseguests are also clearly anxious about Omorosa because she appears to be a competition beast, and she's also unafraid to speak her mind. "She has no contact now", he said.

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