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DON'T LET THE DOOR HIT YA

Reality fans were singing "Ding-dong, the witches are dead!" last night when two of the genre's most memorable villainesses — Survivor: All Stars' Sue Hawk and The Apprentice's Omarosa Manigault-Stallworth — climbed back on their brooms and flew off. On Survivor, Sue became the second castaway this season to up and quit after she suffered an emotional meltdown in the wake of her run-in last week with Richard Hatch's genitalia. Omarosa, meanwhile, was fired from The Apprentice after she suffered an emotional breakdown in the wake of her run-in last week with a falling poppy seed.

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Reality fans were singing "Ding-dong, the witches are dead!" last night when two of the genre's most memorable villainesses — Survivor: All Stars' Sue Hawk and The Apprentice's Omarosa Manigault-Stallworth — climbed back on their brooms and flew off. On Survivor, Sue became the second castaway this season to up and quit after she suffered an emotional meltdown in the wake of her run-in last week with Richard Hatch's genitalia. Omarosa, meanwhile, was fired from The Apprentice after she suffered an emotional breakdown in the wake of her run-in last week with a falling poppy seed.