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2015 Miss U Pia Wurtzbach’s runner up Ariadna Gutierrez is one of “Celebrity Big Brother USA” housemates – Kicker Daily News

2015 Miss U Pia Wurtzbach’s runner up Ariadna Gutierrez is one of “Celebrity Big Brother USA” housemates

Images via Miss Universe/Ariadna Gutierrez’s Instagram account
  • Miss Universe 2015 1st runner up Ariadna Gutierrez of Colombia is part of “Celebrity Big Brother USA” cast
  • Former White House director of Trump Administration, Omarosa Manigault, will also be joining the American reality television series
  • “Celebrity Big Brother USA” premieres on February 7 at 8pm ET/PT

US fans have been asking for a celebrity edition of the reality show “Big Brother”, until finally, during the 2018 Grammy Awards on Sunday (Monday, Manila time), US broadcasting network, CBS (Columbia Broadcast System), revealed the 11 housemates of Season 1, “Celebrity Big Brother USA“.

Joining the cast is the controversial runner up of 2015 Miss Universe Pia Wurtzbach, Ariadna Gutierrez of Colombia. It can be recalled how Steve Harvey’s mishap as host became the famous moment of Miss Universe.

Aside from the beauty queen, a former White House director will also enter the “Big Brother” house. Omarosa Manigault served as assistant to the president and director of communications for the Office of Public Liaison under the Trump Administration. Then in December last year, she resigned and left her post.

Our grief and loss feature of the day is #OmarosaManigault. As more details of her departure from the Trump’s administration continued to unfold, her painful past also re-surfaced from previous interview clips. #Omarosa has suffered a great deal of loss since her childhood, and has been candidly opened about losing several loved ones to gun violence. At age seven, her father was murdered, and her family was forced to live in the projects, where she grew up in poverty and around a lot of crime. Tragedy struck again in 2011, when her older brother was brutally killed in his home. A year later, she lost her fiancé Michael Duncan to a heart attack. “My heart was broken and it was an indescribable pain, sadness, and grief. It doesn’t get better, but you get better,” she shared. Omarosa is now her parents only surviving child, after the sudden death of her older sister in 2016. She has also talked about facing rejection and resentment from family, friends, and the public for supporting Donald Trump. Over the years, the reality star has been known for her mean, disrespectful, and arrogant behavior towards other people. But looking back at her life, she is a woman scorned, broken, and filled with pain underneath the hard-core temperament. The saying goes, “when someone is vicious towards you, they are giving you a glimpse of the pain, they carry within themselves.” We hope sharing this story, will inspire young people to look at a person’s negative demeanor towards them, from a different perspective. Hurt people hurt people, and when you suppress emotions, they will come forth later in very ugly ways. #beatyourblues #blackgirljoy #griefawareness #mentalhealth #blackwomenrock #blackpsychology #griefsupport #blackgirlsrock #blackgirlpower #girlempowerment #blackmentalhealth #melaninandmentalhealth #minoritymentalhealth #blackmentalhealthmatters #blackmindsmatter #blackgirlmagic #womenofcolor #bereavement #blackwomen #dmvgirls #dmvladies #dmvwomen #saveourgirls #womensmentalhealth

Joining in are: Shannon Elizabeth, star of “American Pie” star; Keshia Knight Pulliam of “Cosby Show”; Marissa Jaret Winokur and James Maslow, former “Dancing With The Stars” contestants; Ross Matthews aka ‘Ross the Intern’, a judge in “RuPaul’s Drag Race”; and Mark McGrath of the rock band Sugar Ray.

With the exciting personalities, fans will surely expect more dramas and shocking revelations.

Hosted by Julie Chen, “Celebrity Big Brother” premieres on February 7 at 8pm ET/PT.

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