That's right - the former White House Communications Director, Anthony Scaramucci, is now heading to 'Celebrity Big Brother'.

Scaramucci joins among others Lindsay Lohan's mother, Dina, former WWE wrestler Natalie Eve Marie, singer Tamar Braxton (sister of Toni), Jonathan Bennett (who played Aaron Samuels in 'Mean Girls'), and comedian Tom Green for the latest season of the reality TV series.

Crazy as it may sound, Anthony Scaramucci isn't the first member of the Trump White House to appear on 'Celebrity Big Brother'. Omarosa Manigault Newman, the former director of communications for the Office of Public Liaison, appeared on last year's 'Celebrity Big Brother' shortly after she was fired from the White House.

All 12 contestants are competing for a grand prize of $250,000, however there's no word yet on how much each contestant is picking up simply for participating. Oh, and it doesn't go to a charity of their choice. They get to pocket it.

So, uh, yeah. That's where American politics is at the minute. Good stuff.