Omarosa dating show winner
And Trump's Las Vegas tower seemed to have an important supporting role. Eleven of Omarosa's potential lovers were black men, and then there was that one white guy snapping in the background, too. “When you ask how much of that is really me, I’m a competitive woman, I’m an outgoing woman, a charismatic woman,” Omarosa said in an interview with the NNPA News Service.“There are so many facets to my life that this show introduces another facet of who I am to audiences.” The former political consultant-turned-reality star walks a thin line between reality and “reality”.
It is more good news for the Beverly Hills-based television personality, who has seen her profile soar recently after she was named director of African-American outreach for Donald Trump's presidential campaign.
There are obvious dating-related questions, like “Describe your perfect date” and “Describe your ideal woman,” as well as a litany of financial inquiries.
” and a series of options ranging from “0 – 50K” to “500K & UP,” as well as a space for applicants to describe their “current occupation” in detail.
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" Omarosa 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.
Omarosa has also claimed the show's producers have manipulated footage of her to make her look like the villain.
Reality villainess Omarosa Stallworth’s dating show premiered last week on TV One. Trump Presents The Ultimate Merger, follows Omarosa’s quest to find love amongst 12 eligible bachelors.