(Or maybe she was just good for ratings since you never knew who she’d pick on next.) Well according to the Enquirer, Omarosa, 36, is pregnant and the father is 52 year-old Michael Clarke Duncan, that huge dude from . The last we heard from Omarosa she was planning on entering a seminary and becoming a minister. (I guess she also had a dating show this summer, not that I heard about it.
Remember that nasty piece of work Omarosa, from the first season of The Apprentice and later on Celebrity Apprentice?She was vile, and she was always fighting with the other contestants, but I guess Trump liked her because she ended up getting invited back.Judy says Omarosa sold the stuff without the family's knowledge ... It's worth noting: MCD reportedly left Judy 0,000 in his will ... For Omarosa's part -- she tells TMZ, "I don't control the estate or the finances and Judy knows it.If you saw all of her emails and texts to me you would see that she is just trying to get money from me, and threatened going to press if I did not give it to her and that is a crime!Piers Morgan remarked "my argument against you has always been that you're not a celebrity...
and you don't have star power." which led to a heated argument that resulted in Trump firing Manigault.
On Celebrity Apprentice, she quickly became embroiled in a personal feud with Piers Morgan.
She was eventually fired in the 10th episode, after serving as the project manager of the team that, according to Trump, suffered "the biggest slaughter in the history of The Apprentice" in a challenge to sell artwork against a team led by Morgan. In February 2013, Manigault returned to television and The Apprentice, appearing on Trump's Celebrity Apprentice All-Stars.
But the couple is in no rush to walk down the aisle.
The “Apprentice” troublemaker is telling pals they plan to tie the know after their bundle of joy arrives in the spring.
Stemming from her controversial, blindsiding, alienating, and acrimonious tactics of game play on The Apprentice (particularly in its boardroom segments), she soon became the "woman America loved to hate" Manigault has disagreed with the "villain" label, rather believing herself to be "a shrewd businesswoman," asserting that when a male takes on such characteristics, it is always seen as strong, but when a woman takes them on, it is seen negatively.