Have you ever wanted to see two C-list reality TV stars fight on national television over, basically, who is more famous? Well, you’re in luck.
“You get to walk around and be mediocre and you still get rewarded with things. We have to be exceptional to get anything in this business,” says Omarosa, in response to a discussion about white privilege being the reason for Frankel’s success.
“I wasn’t calling her mediocre, ’cause clearly she’s doing well. … But you don’t stay a decade on television, in reality TV without being smart and creating a brand that people want to see. If the audience didn’t want to see Omarosa, they would never book me again, which is why you booked me on your show today. … There’s something of value.”
And then Omarosa tells Bethenny to accept her truth and says she wants to see if Bethenny’s show is still on the air in a year.
“I appreciate you speaking your mind … you’re entitled to your opinion. … I invited you here because — I don’t think that you have a brand, I think that you are infamous. I don’t think you have a brand,” says Frankel.
“Honey, you made cupcakes. I worked in the White House. I’m a strong business woman,” Omarosa fires back.
This appearance should definitely help Frankel with her not-booking-big-name-guests problem.