Published: Thu, February 22, 2018
World Media | By Shelia Harmon

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

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

"So, it wasn't hard when he called me and was like, 'Can you be on board?' Because I'd just been used and abused by the Ready for Hillary organization", she said. This is the situation where James Maslow gets sent home - Omarosa made a deal that she doesn't want to break, but she doesn't seem opposed to someone else targeting James if the situation comes up. When you're in the house for a mere month (compared to the nearly 100 days of the summer competitors), you have to enter the house with blazing saddles, ready to make the moves that only the best players can pull off.

"It was very ugly", Ryan said of Omarosa's ripped-from-reality-tv exit.

It's too easy, and also unfair, to blame Shannon Elizabeth's eviction on Omarosa. Brandi, that's awful, ' Omarosa replied. Ross gets Mark and James but loses Metta's vote.

Omarosa Manigault continues to captivate with her comments as a contestant on CBS' Celebrity Big Brother.

The house then learned America would be voting to "shake up" the next Power of Veto competition, which would be announced before Monday night's competition.

Continuing to prove he's the worst player in Big Brother history, Metta's only question after hearing the options is, "If you win the veto can you put yourself up?"

His eviction came after an exciting episode in which the Big Brother houseguests battled one another in a live Power of Veto competition - with a twist.

When Glanville was asked to clarify who she was referring to, she answered, "Trump".

She also claimed that no one was able to step in and control Trump's tweeting, saying, "I tried to be that person and then all of the people around him attacked me".

Manigault revealed during the February 8 episode that she was deeply disturbed by Trump's frequent tweeting, which often gets him in trouble, during her time at the White House.

Recall that Omarosa was made an aide to the president and the director of communications for the White House Office of Public Liaison, but got fired in December. "She was just a strong woman, she was... she defended her man", she told Mathews in the clip below.

After a heated competition - which involved putting together a visual puzzle as fast as possible - Ross came out the victor. Since Omarosa will still decide who is on the block, this may not change all that much.

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