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Anthony Scaramucci Exits ‘Celebrity Big Brother’ House

Anthony Scaramucci has left 'Celebrity Big Brother,' showing up at a conference in Davos, Switzerland.

‘Celebrity Big Brother’ Team on New Twists, Casting Anthony Scaramucci

'Celebrity Big Brother' executive producers Allison Grodner and Rich Meehan spoke with THR about all things Anthony Scaramucci and season two ahead of the premiere.

‘Celebrity Big Brother’ Cast Includes Anthony Scaramucci, Dina Lohan and Ryan Lochte

Viewers will soon be given 24/7 access to the cast of season two of CBS' 'Celebrity Big Brother,' which will include former White House communications director Anthony Scaramucci, Dina Lohan, Ryan Lochte and Grammy nominee and TV personality Tamar Braxton.

Anthony Scaramucci Attends the 2019 Golden Globes Red Carpet

Anthony Scaramucci made a not-infrequent Hollywood appearance at the Golden Globes on Sunday.

Anthony Scaramucci Pitches His Book to Beverly Hills Crowd

It wasn’t Anthony Scaramucci’s first visit to the Beverly Hills Hotel. The former White House director of communications launched his book at the "Pink Palace."

Stephen Colbert, Anthony Scaramucci, Michael Avenatti Talk Michael Cohen, Russian Collusion

Anthony "The Mooch" Scaramucci and Stormy Daniels' lawyer, Michael Avenatti, joined Colbert for a lively, wine-fueled discussion about the latest political news, including Michael Cohen's legal situation and whether President Trump colluded with Russia to influence the 2016 presidential election.

Michael Avenatti, Anthony Scaramucci-Led TV Show Being Shopped

No deal has yet been made, a source close to the situation said, and Avenatti told THR he's not interested in TV.

Anthony Scaramucci Weighs in on White House Leakers

The former communications director also dubbed Steve Bannon "Adolf Bannon," defended both Sean Hannity and Trump aide Kelly Sadler, and talked about what he would've done had he lasted longer in his White House position.

D.C. Party Diary: The White House and the Press Play Nice (At Least for One Weekend)

Representatives of Trump's administration partied with journalists throughout the White House Correspondents' Dinner weekend.