Reality Vixen Omarosa Turned Editor Of Reality Weekly Magazine
Reality TV star Omarosa Manigault-Stallworth has traded in her bad girl reputation for a new role as West Coast Editor of Reality Weekly Magazine.
This will be the first weekly magazine devoted solely to the world of reality TV and their stars. Manigault-Stallworth’s duties will be to attend exclusive red carpet events, show premieres, press junkets and appear as the publication’s on-air correspondent to various news outlets capturing the fifteen-minute-famers at their best.
Often referred to as the “reality encyclopedia,” Manigault-Stallworth is an expert when it comes to all things reality. The outspoken diva has appeared in more than 20 shows including the “Celebrity Apprentice,” “Surreal Life,” “Fear Factor” and “Girls Behaving Badly.”
There was no question who whould be at the helm of this venture, according to the publication’s Editor-in-Chief Richard Spencer. “In my mind, Omarosa is the first star of reality TV,” he wrote in a press release. “She captivated a nation with her tough, yet vulnerable persona on ‘The Apprentice’ and has strengthened her resume with impressive media experience that even Donald Trump would be proud of. Simply put, Omarosa, ‘You’re hired!’”
The former “Apprentice” star has a degree in broadcast journalism and plans to utilize her skills across the company’s holding in multiple publications including Star, OK!, National Enquirer, Globe and Men’s Fitness.
“My Bachelor’s degree is in journalism, so I got the core and the gift of learning how to be a good writer,” she said. “At the center of all this entertainment stuff is good writing, so I’m very, very blessed to have that foundation. I’m not just the West Coast editor, I actually pitch and cover stories for the magazine, so I’ve been able to use my background in journalism and apply it to this new position. But I think the most important thing that I bring to the table is relationships.”
Crediting her success to the strong relationships she has developed over the years, Manigault-Stallworth continues to stay close to the Trump camp and will return to national television in this season’s finale of the “Celebrity Apprentice.”
With her sights set on producing, there is no doubt Manigault-Stallworth will continue to take her lemons and turn them into money-making lemonade; but for now the star tells the Huffington Post, “I’m going to focus on being the best West Coast editor that I can possibly be and make sure Reality Weekly is a huge success.”