“Celebrity Big Brother” contestant Omarosa Manigault-Newman was recently rushed to the hospital after participating in this week’s Head of Household (HOH) competition.

Warning: This article contains spoilers from episodes of “Celebrity Big Brother” that have not yet aired.

Manigault-Newman, 44, reportedly had an asthma attack. It remains unclear how severe the attack was, and how the former Trump administration aide has recovered.

“Omarosa has returned to the Celebrity Big Brother house after receiving medical attention last night and today for an asthma attack. This development will be addressed on the Sunday night broadcast," according to a statement from CBS. 

Following a game of Bowlerina, Ross Matthews was named as this week’s HOH. During the competition, Marissa Jaret Winokur knocked Manigault-Newman out, and the latter suffered an injury. Full details about the incident are still being kept under wraps, but Matthews and Winokur, who are working together, could not believe that they managed to take out a top competitor.

Matthews also took Metta World Peace out of the game, and there are speculations that the former professional basketball player really tried to lose because he already wants to return to his family.

It is still unclear whether or not Manigault-Newman will return to the competition, but Marissa and Ross said that it’s possible because former “Big Brother” contestant Christmas Abbott still competed until the finale even with a broken foot. The houseguests are also clearly worried about Manigault -Newman because she appears to be a competition beast, and she’s also unafraid to speak her mind.

Meanwhile, the first houseguest has already been evicted from the “Celebrity Big Brother” house. After the women targeted James Maslow, it was Chuck Liddell who was sent home. Following the eviction ceremony, World Peace told Manigault-Newman and Keshia Knight Pulliam that he voted for Liddell because he thought it meant saving him.

It seems that World Peace may not have known the intricacies of "Big Brother" because it has always been a practice for the houseguests to say the name of the person they wish to evict and not save. “Celebrity Big Brother” host Julie Chen predicted that World Peace won’t make it far in the competition because he appears to be clueless about everything.

A new episode of “Celebrity Big Brother” will air on Sunday at 8 p.m. EST on CBS. The reality TV competition concludes on Feb. 25.