Omarosa Talks Michael Clarke Duncan’s Death, New Plans and ‘Apprentice’

February 26, 2013  |  
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From Essence

Reality television’s original take-no-prisoners diva with a bad girl attitude is singing a different tune these days.

We’ll get to meet a kinder, gentler Omarosa Manigault on the new season of All-Star Celebrity Apprentice(March 3). Now a seasoned reality star, Manigault credits the change to the church—she became an ordained minister a year ago—and becoming more mature. But don’t expect her to be totally angelic. “I fight with everybody,” she told reporters during the TV critics winter press tour last month. spoke with Reverend O—as members of her congregation call her—about returning to reality television, competing for charity, and what she’s learned about herself after her fiancé Michael Clarke Duncan’s passing in September 2012.


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  • Ann

    It seems like to me if Omarosa was seriously about her “calling, the right Rev. Omarosa” would not have to keep doing all this reality television. If I was a betting person, she is going to continue to embarrassed all the black women with cursing and fighting. I will not be watching the Apprentice due to that stupid ignorant Donald Trump saying all the dumb stuff he said about President Obama and the birther issue.

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