So…what was Omarosa doing on this show in the first place? She’s not a celebrity. She’s not going to be anyone’s apprentice when the show is over. What does she have to gain from this exposure?
She may be a difficult personality but it’s still tough to watch. She wasn’t invited back because she was so brilliant in business (although she looks great and dresses beautifully). I think Trump brought her back to lend some controversy and suspense. The producers probably hoped she’d stir up some conflict, and indeed she did.
But what does she get out of it? She gets portrayed as a difficult person on national television. Will this exposure help her get access to more opportunities? I would be surprised.
Companies sometimes bring people in for ulterior reasons. Sometimes they want “John” to fail because they want to prove nobody can do the job. Or they have to go through the motions but they don’t want an eager beaver. Or they want somebody to take a fall.
The real celebrities have lives waiting for them. Let’s hope Omarosa does too.