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Who Are The 2019 'Celebrity Big Brother' Houseguests? Everything You Need To Know About The Confirmed Cast

CBS confirmed the Celebrity Big Brother lineup on Sunday, though it differed slightly from the rumored lists circling the internet last week. The cast varies from a former White House communications director to a Mean Girls actor. Here’s who you can expect to see on the three-week season.

Anthony Scaramucci

Scaramucci is a former White House communications director who served under President Donald Trump until his was fired only 10 days into his role. The reasoning, according to the White House, was that now-former Chief of Staff John Kelly should build his own team, according to The Guardian.

Scaramucci’s entrance to the house follows Omarosa Manigault, another cast off from the Trump administration who entered the house in winter 2018.

Ricky Williams

This former NFL player knows a thing or two about playing as a team, which may work in his favor in the Big Brother house. Since retiring from the NFL around seven years ago, Williams has been studying Chinese medicine and astrology, according to ESPN.

Natalie Eva Marie

Better known as Eva Marie, this former WWE star does a lot. Along with her time as a former wrestler, Marie is an actor, fashion designer and fitness model. She appeared on Total Divas from 2013 to 2017.

Tamar Braxton

Braxton is a singer who is one part of The Braxtons, a group made up of her sisters. She currently appears on reality shows The Real and Braxton Family Values, another reality show isn’t out of her range.

Dina Lohan

This famous mother is known for her management skills, showed in her famous daughter, Lindsay Lohan. Though her daughter is busy with her own reality show, Lohan said Lindsay took the time to manage her mother before she entered the Big Brother house by packing her suitcase for her, she told Entertainment Tonight.

Ryan Lochte

Ultra-decorated Olympic swimmer Ryan Lochte is the second most successful Men’s swimmer, second only to Michael Phelps. The olympian has had a handful of controversies, from a 14-month suspension due to a doping violation and was seen in court in 2017 for robbery charges acquired during the 2016 Rio Olympics.

Kato Kaelin

Kaelin became famous after appearing as a juror on the OJ Simpson trial in 1995. He went on to become an actor and reality star, most known for his role in BASEketball.

Joey Lawrence

This actor is best known for his role in the ‘90s hit series Blossom, but has been seen in more than a handful of movies and television shows since. Lawrence most recently appeared on Melissa and Joey, which ended in 2015, though his most successful TV show was Brotherly Love, a show which he starred in with his real brothers.

Lolo Jones

Olympic bobsledder Jones specializes in the 60 and 100 meter hurdles. She tested out reality TV in 2014 when she appeared on Dancing With The Stars, though she was voted off the first week.

Tom Green

Green is a successful comedian known for “shock humor.” He appeared in a handful of 2000s movies, as well as hosted the Tom Green Show from 1994 to 2000. His past in the reality genre landed him a spot on Celebrity Apprentice.

Kandi Burruss

This Real Housewife is known for more than her appearance on reality TV. Though she’s a staple of the Atlanta Real Housewife series, she’s part of the group Xscape, and won a Grammy for her role in writing TLC’s hit song “No Scrubs.”

Jonathan Bennett

Bennett is most known for his role as Aaron Samuels in Mean Girls, but he’s done a lot since then. The actor hosted Cake Wars from 2015 to 2017, and Cupcake Wars from 2009 to 2018. He was seen on Dancing With The Stars in 2014.

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