Anthony Scaramucci Joins "Celebrity Big Brother" On CBS

Anthony Scaramucci Joins "Celebrity Big Brother" On CBS
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Back in 2017, Anthony Scaramucci famously served only 11 days as a White House communications director, and those circumstances became one of the biggest jokes of the year, followed by a series of firings and resignations in the White House under Donald Trump's administration.

It looks like Mr. Scaramucci has decided to capitalize on that bit of notoriety because reports have it that the former politician will join the cast of Celebrity Big Brother  broadcasted by CBS. The network announced the news today, Sunday, January 13th.

Viewers will get a chance to see Scaramucci with 11 other famous individuals, including Dina Lohan, Joey Lawrence, and the former Olympic swimmer, Ryan Lochte, who made waves for causing trouble in Brazil during the Olympic games there.

In season 2 of the reality series, we can expect to see all of the aforementioned people compete for who is the most liked in a house of a dozen people. Fans of Celebrity Big Brother know that it features 12 people in a house who live under constant surveillance.

As a result of the casting, fans are very hopeful the show will be as dramatic as ever. Anthony Sacarmucci is one of the leading stars and is the most anticipated among the cast.

Some of the other stars to appear are as follows: Tamar Braxton, Kandi Burruss, Jonathan Bennett, Dina Lohan, Kato Kaelin, Joey Lawrence, Ricky Williams, and Tom Green. The last star from the Trump administration to appear on TV was Omarosa Manigault Newman, who appeared in the very first season of the show.

During that time, Omarosa spilled the beans on what it was like to work alongside Mr. Trump. And Julie Chen, surprisingly, will return to host the production following the allegations against the former CEO, Les Moonves, who had to resign.

As it was previously reported, Les resigned following allegations from over six women since the 1980s. Women accused him of using his power to silence them after rebutted advances.

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