Omarosa Manigault is headed back to reality television after her tumultuous year as an adviser to President Donald Trump.
CBS announced on Monday that she'll join a roster of celebrities starring in the debut season of "Celebrity Big Brother," premiering Feb. 7.
The announcement comes just one month after Omarosa, as she's known professionally, resigned from her post as Trump's director of communications for the Office of Public Liaison.
Her exit came after a report surfaced that she had a fight with Chief of Staff John Kelly and had to be physically escorted from the White House.
Omarosa rocketed to stardom in 2004 as a contestant on Trump's NBC reality show "The Apprentice," where her cutthroat tactics had her dubbed by cable network E! as reality TV's number one bad girl.
Omarosa's fellow stars on "Big Brother: Celebrity Edition" will include:
Shannon Elizabeth, star of "American Pie," Sugar Ray rocker Mark McGrath, Keshia Knight Pulliam from "The Cosby Show," Brandi Glanville from "Real Housewives of Beverly Hills," UFC light heavyweight champ Chuck Liddell, former boy-band star James Maslow, "Hairspray" star Marissa Winokur, TV personality Ross Matthews and Miss Colombia Ariadna Gutierrez.
"Big Brother: Celebrity Edition" will have the celebs living in a house together with 94 cameras recording their movements 24 hours a day. One celebrity will be voted out of the house each week with the last remaining one to win $250,000.
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