Anthony Scaramucci has moved out of the Celebrity Big Brother residence, and people jokingly recall that it wasn't the first time he was shown the door.
The former White House communications director lasted eleven days inside the West Wing after Donald Trump fired him in July 2017.
The duration of time Scaramucci spent there was jocularly referred to as "a Scaramucci."
However, as a contestant on the CBS reality show, he broke his White House tenure after he left in just six days. But details surrounding his departure are under wraps for now, leaving many to wonder if Scaramucci did the fandango.
"The Mooch" made an appearance at Wednesday's World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, and humbly told the panel, "I just left the 'Big Brother' house."
He didn’t even last one Scaramucci...! #BigBrother https://t.co/eJVaoDCplE— TrivWorks (@TrivWorks)1548293547.0
In a video TMZ video, he gave a cryptic explanation due to a signed confidentiality agreement.
"You have to tune in on Friday to understand what happened. So, unfortunately, I signed a confidentiality, but there's a little bit of a cliffhanger."
@HuffPost Mooch has premature termination issues.— Michael McDonough (@Michael McDonough)1548334014.0
The 55-year-old justified being a contestant on the reality competition by giving a little bit of a background.
"There's a lot of intellectuals that are like, 'WTF, what's he doing on Big Brother?' but you have to remember I grew up in a blue-collar family so you have to remember that America watches these shows."
"You don't want to unplug yourself totally from America and live in a ivory tower."
He quoted a famous Mel Brookes line – "Relax, none of us are getting out of here alive" – to remind people that "you gotta enjoy yourself, you know?"
Twitter, of course, had plenty to comment on.
@70s_Hope @SeeingDubL @people Didn't even last an entire mooch. Sad.— Justin Bean (@Justin Bean)1548299362.0
@people I'm so upset! I love #AnthonyScaramucci in #CelebrityBigBrother ! @RyanLochte needs to go. He doesn't even… https://t.co/B5CKR2Ohn2— Dana Calhoun (@Dana Calhoun)1548301852.0
@people He sure has a hard time staying with a job for longer then a week😏— Becky Milton (@Becky Milton)1548293191.0
@bryceadvice He quit rather than to be the first guest voted out (ie fired). Seems like a pattern here that no on… https://t.co/6diuPQ9oID— Randomaniac (@Randomaniac)1548287829.0
@HuffPost He sucks at bad reality tv. Just like trump.— Bevleslie (@Bevleslie)1548335190.0
@HuffPost The Mooch is loose. 😂— manny marquez (@manny marquez)1548334570.0
@HuffPost To be expected when your 15 mins was up 15 months ago #WhoIsThePinataNowMooch— Melissa Mermaid 🌀 (@Melissa Mermaid 🌀)1548334243.0
@washingtonpost I found it funny when he said on @CBSBigBrother "I survived washington, I can survive this!" . No… https://t.co/BOJfk6ON8E— N.Joseph Ph.D (@N.Joseph Ph.D)1548267562.0
Regarding his relationship with his former boss, he holds no grudges, but he did have a few things to say about Trump's Tweeting habit.
"Let's face it, I'm not a fan on the president's war on the media or the non-strategic use of his Twitter feed."
"Having said that, he's going to continue to that anyway. He's never tweeted at me."
"One, I stay loyal to him, I don't really say bad things about him. I'll tell him to knock it off on Twitter, but I still want to help him."
However, there is one exception.
"But if he turned on me, he knows I've got a big mouth. That's not going to be great for him."
People have questions.
@HuffPost How is it possible that this guy has tens of millions of dollars? He can’t even keep a job for a full week! 🤦♂️— SAMSE (@SAMSE)1548334842.0
@HuffPost I wonder if he only lasts only half a mooch in other areas of his life? Asking for women everywhere.— Robert Blankenship (@Robert Blankenship)1548334415.0
The Wrap revealed that Scaramucci explained his absence from the Big Brother house at the business conference after viewers began speculating about his eviction during Tuesday's live stream.
After being nominated by fellow contestant Ryan Lochte, "The Mooch" was one of three people up for eviction along with Mean Girls actor Jonathan Bennett and comedian Tom Green.
Easy come, easy go; Did they let him go? Or did he show himself the door? Tune in to CBS on Friday at 8/7 p.m. Central, to find out.