After the Cosby Show alum, 38, questioned the political aide for supporting Trump, 71, during his 2016 presidential campaign, Manigault called out Pulliam for publicly defending her TV dad Cosby, 80, who has been accused of sexual assault by dozens of women.
As per Big Brother rules, every contestant is filmed 24 hours a day, and no one can have a shred of contact with the outside world - where viewers are able to watch raw footage of the contestants whenever they want on CBS's live feeds.
After her comments on Thursday night's "Celebrity Big Brother" were teased Wednesday, Feb. 7, the full comments reveal she's washing her hands of Donald Trump, saying she wouldn't vote for him again "in a million years". On NBC, Omarosa earned the reputation as a reality TV "villain" for her tendency to spar with her fellow contestants.
The biggest reason for the policy change was because producers wanted Manigault Newman to tell all about her time in the Trump White House, and she has apparently already started. "Everybody else has contracts with confidentiality clauses but it's just Omarosa, she's just happy to be here, she's not going to say bleep". "I felt like I was serving my country, not serving him ... it was always about the country".
But nearly everything Manigault has done on Big Brother outside that moment with Matthews - which, again, he got as much out of as she did - tells a very different story.
In the clip, posted on the Twitter page for "Celebrity Big Brother", she breaks down into tears while describing the goings on inside the West Wing. When she proposes a welcome toast in the first episode, she admits in voiceover that her Cheshire cat smile is a facade.
"All right, sorry the guys in the studio are going to kill me", Lemon said, composing himself.
A tearful Manigault Newman makes the whispered prediction on "Celebrity Big Brother". With roommate Shannon Elizabeth, she's giddy and excitable, holding hands and preaching the virtues of girl power.
Pulliam replied that the situations are not comparable saying, "It's comparing apples to oranges".