Anthony Scaramucci's Wife: 'He'll Say Something Crazy' on 'Celebrity Big Brother' Debut, Will Be Better Than Omarosa

Radio.com

The wife of ex-White House director of communications Anthony Scaramucci assured viewers that her husband will deliver during his "Celebrity Big Brother" debut on Monday night. 

"Don't worry, he'll say something crazy," Deidre Scaramucci told RADIO.COM in an exclusive interview.  

"I'm a little nervous about him being around cameras 24 hours a day because he has a tendency to say some crazy things. And he loves four-letter words," she said. "I'm assuming they have the edit button on red-hot for him."

Scaramucci, who has a weekly RADIO.COM podcast with Deidre, called, "Mooch and the Mrs.," will be joined by fellow castmates, Olympic swimmer Ryan Lochte, actress Lindsay Lohan's mom Dina Lohan, ex-NFL star Ricky Williams, and Grammy nominee and TV personality Tamar Braxton. The show premieres Jan. 21.

Noting ex-White House aide Omarosa Manigault-Newman's appearance on the show's first season, Deidre said, "I think Anthony is way more interesting than Omarosa as a competitor." 

Asked if he'll spill White House secrets, she said, “[Anthony is] known to blab sometimes when he shouldn't, but I think he’ll try to reign it in. I don’t think he wants to ruffle any more feathers at the White House than he already has,” she said.

Deidre said she sees Anthony getting along with fellow castmate, Olympian Ryan Lochte, but that won't be the case with Dina Lohan. 

"I can see him clashing with Dina Lohan. They're two Long Islanders and they're kind of rough around the edges."

Asked how Anthony will get along with castmate, actor Kato Kaelin, who gained fame as a witness during the O.J. Simpson murder case, she said, "I keep wondering what he's been doing since he made his debut on the O.J. Simpson case. I can't imagine how that conversation will go because Kato, I don't know if he's got a lot going on upstairs. But he might surprise us, too."

In an interview with RADIO.com last week, Deidre revealed that Anthony told her President Trump prefers a more casual approach when it comes to doing television interviews.

“Instead of going into the studio, especially now that he’s president, he does these interviews, and it’s him in a dapper suit and he’s really home, sitting in his underwear," she said. 

Anthony and Deidre’s RADIO.COM podcast, “Mooch and the Mrs.,” features the couple giving their opinions on the latest in politics and current events, and offers an inside look at their marriage.

To listen to "Mooch and the Mrs.," download the RADIO.COM app now.