Omarosa Manigault's trip to the altar for her happily ever after has been halted...for now.
The former public enemy #1 of reality television turned Director of Communications for the Office of Public Liasion at the White House under the Trump administration, had to postpone her nuptials due to safety concerns.
The Grio reports that Manigualt was set to tie the knot to fiancé Pastor John Allen Newman at the Jacksonville, Florida church he precides over on March 25, but after recieving death threats, the couple has relocated the nuptials from The Sanctuary @ Mt. Calvary to an undisclosed Washington D.C location.
A source told The Daily Mail that the wedding plans have been rerouted because the 43-year-old is "really concerned about her safety."
"There have been calls, emails and social media messages from people threatening to do harm to her and she feared that she wouldn't be protected adequately at his church in Jacksonville. So she pushed the date back and made the change."
The wedding will now take place on April 8 in the Nation's captital.
Manigault has never exactly been popular with the public.
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After her appearance on Donald Trump's NBC series The Apprentice in 2004, she became known as the "greatest reality TV villain of all time" and ever since, she has been one of the most polarizing names in the spotlight.
While planning her wedding to the 61-year-old preacher, her political alignment with the equally polarizing 45th President has created tension with her family and friends, with CNN's new political commentator April Ryan going as far as pulling out of being her bridesmaid.
"I will never forget the people who turned their backs on me when all I was trying to do was help the Black community," Manigault said in the tearful interview. "It's been so incredibly hard."
Manigault has prepped for her upcoming nuptials by appearing on the popular TLC series, Say Yes to the Dress, to find the perfect bridal look and she is documenting her road to the altar on social media.
This won't be Manigault's first trip down the aisle. The Youngstown, Ohio native was married from 2000-2005 to Aaron Stallworth and was engaged to actor Michael Clarke Duncan when he died unexpectedly of a heart attack in 2012.
Newman popped the question in July 2016.