Omarosa Visits DC, Honored By the Association of Black Cardiologists

Over the weekend, Omarosa Manigault-Stallworth made her first public appearance since the death of her late husband, Michael Clark Duncan. As the woman of the night at the “Saving Hearts for Generations” Awards in Washington D.C., ‘The Apprentice’ star was honored with the 2012 “Health Champion Award” in recognition of her work in advocating the cardiovascular health crisis among African-Americans and other at-risk populations. We also spotted television personality Paul Wharton, actor Quinton Aaron, Olympic Gold Medalist LaShawn Merritt and some other fancy folk. Check out some of the red carpet photos below!



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