Last night the first U.S. edition of Celebrity Big Brother premiered on CBS and the series wasted no time getting the drama started—especially when Omarosa is one of the guests in the house.
— OMAROSA (@OMAROSA) February 8, 2018
If you are a Big Brother fan then you are in luck because the series is going to be airing four times a week and CBS All Access subscribers are able to watch security camera-style 24-hour access of the houseguests.
There are 11 celebrities in the house right now, and CBS has released a clip ahead of tonight’s episode where two of them, Drag Race judge Ross Mathews and Omarosa, sit down for a talk—and Mathews takes the opportunity to ask the former Apprentice star why she took the job in Donald Trump’s White House.
“I felt like it was a call to duty,” Omarosa confesses to him. “I felt like I was serving my country, not serving him.”
“It’s not my circus, not my monkeys. I’d like to say not my problem, but I can’t say that because, it’s bad,” she explains.
Mathews seems to understand her thinking, but things get dark when he asks her if the American people should be really worried about the Trump administration.
“It’s so bad,” she says, wiping away tears. “It’s going to not be OK. It’s not.”
This is not Omarosa’s first rodeo so maybe she was just being dramatic for the cameras, but her confessional to Mathews did seem serious—and there is probably plenty more drama to come since this is only their second day in the house.
Watch the conversation below.
h/t: The Daily Beast