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Omarosa’s Reality TV Could Lead To Syndicated Talk Show?

Categories // LA Focus Thursday, 01 February 2018

Omarosa’s Reality TV Could Lead To Syndicated Talk Show?

Will she slip up and spill secrets about her time in the White House or better yet the tea on the Donald? That’s probably what the producers of CBS’ “Celebrity Big Brother” believe will get you to watch their show given the casting of former White House staffer Omarosa Manigault-Newman.

Our guess is that she won’t but the former Apprentice star knows how to make good reality TV, so we’ll just have to wait for February 7 when the show is set to make its debut. Also signing on for the 20th season of the show are Metta World Peace, former Beverly Hills housewife Brandi Glanville, former Cosby Show star Keshia Knight Pulliam and Shannon Elizabeth.

      The winner will take away a cool half million dollars, though cast members won’t fare too badly, reportedly pulling in a minimum $200K, but it has been reported that Manigault-Newman’s deal would be worth upwards of $1 million and includes the development of a syndicated talk show.

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