Controversy followed the reality television "diva" after the show.When Clairol announced in 2004 that Omarosa would appear in commercials for its Herbal Essence products, consumers threatened to boycott the company, so the campaign was scrapped.A former colleague told the magazine that she was asked to leave her last position "as quickly as possible, she was so disruptive."In 2004 Omarosa was chosen from among hundreds of thousands of applicants to appear in the first season of Donald Trump's NBC reality television show The Apprentice.
During her time on the Surreal Life, she had numerous confrontations with fellow participant Janice Dickinson.
In 2008 Omarosa returned as a contestant on The Celebrity Apprentice, the seventh installment of the program, reprising her role as board room buster.
She paid for her education by competing in beauty pageants; she was crowned Miss Buckeye, Miss Youngstown (the first African-American woman to win the title), Miss Central State University, and Miss District of Columbia.
Though Omarosa billed herself as a "Washington insider" and a former appointee in the Clinton-Gore White House, People magazine revealed in 2004 that her career in the nation's capital was, in fact, marked by failure.
Addresses: Agent—Forster-Delaney Management, 12533 Woodgreen S., Los Angeles, CA 90066. Following her appearance on The Celebrity Apprentice, Omarosa became the managing partner of the Access America Enterprise Corporation, a strategic planning, fund-raising, and consulting company, and made public appearances as a speaker. Then, copy and paste the text into your bibliography or works cited list.
She contributed to community service organizations such as the Maya Angelou Public Charter School in Washington, DC; the Positive Vibrations Youth Marketing Program at Tomorrow's Aeronautical Museum in Compton, California; and the Fred Jordan Missions in California. Because each style has its own formatting nuances that evolve over time and not all information is available for every reference entry or article, cannot guarantee each citation it generates.After an appearance on the Oprah Winfrey Show, during which Omarosa was allowed to sit on stage while her co-stars were relegated to the audience, viewers flooded with vitriolic comments.In response to the incident, Omarosa said, "I'm a moving target.During the show, sixteen celebrities competed for the title of "Best Business Brain" and the opportunity to donate the winning proceeds to the charity of his or her choice.During the series, Omarosa famously fought with candidates Carol Alt and Piers Morgan.According to her NBC bio for the show, she said, "I'm going to crush my competition and I'm going to enjoy doing it." Despite her bravado, Omarosa was chosen as project manager only once during the show and failed in that competition.