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'Mean Girls' Star Jonathan Bennett, Anthony Scaramucci, Dina Lohan & More Join 'Celeb Big Brother'

Sunday Jan 13, 2019

The cast of the second season of "Celebrity Big Brother" has been revealed.

Following the popular first installment of the CBS reality show, which featured Omarosa Manigault Newman, the network announced Sunday the stars who will appear on the second season of "Celebrity Big Brother."

Among the new houseguests are out actor Jonathan Bennett ("Mean Girls"), former White House Communications Director Anthony Scaramucci (who lasted just six days in the Trump administration), and Lindsay Lohan's mom Dina Lohan.

Other players include actor Joey Lawrence ("Blossom"), "Real Housewives of Atlanta" star Kandi Burruss, witness in the O.J. Simpson murder case Kato Kaelin, controversial Olympic swimmer Ryan Lochte, singer Tamar Braxton, comedian Tom Green, Olympic track and bobsled athlete Lolo Jones, former WWE wrestler Natalie Eva Marie, and former NFL running back Ricky Williams.

Taking to Instagram, Bennett reacted to the announcement.

"If you see this picture that means I am officially locked away going on the next adventure in my life and becoming a house guest for season two of Celebrity Big Brother on CBS," he wrote. "Catch me Jan 21st and see how it all goes down."

Julie Chen will return as host for "Celebrity Big Brother" Season 2. She tweeted a video of the cast Sunday.

"Celebrity Big Brother" returns to CBS on Jan. 21.


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