Omarosa Manigault may have risen to fame on "The Apprentice," but few knew she had been engaged to actor Michael Clarke Duncan, who died Monday.

Omarosa is known as a strong woman, and she remained strong as she sat beside her man after his July 13 heart attack.

According to People magazine, Omarosa held vigil at Michael's side for 50 days while he was hospitalized.

"She was literally there every second," a source says.

According to the mag, Michael was suffering from major brain damage due to the heart attack, although doctors believe a second cardiac episode is what killed him.

After the "Green Mile" actor's death, Omarosa tweeted, "Thank you for your outpouring of love and support for my beloved Michael. ... He will truly be missed!"

Shielding his heart

Minka Kelly has gone from Captain Clutch to Captain America.

The "Friday Night Lights" star, who dated Chris Evans briefly in 2007, is reportedly back together with the "Avengers" actor.

According to an Us Weekly source, "She did a number on him back then."

Minka, 32, went on to date New York Yankees shortstop Derek Jeter, 38, from 2008 to 2011.

But according to the source, Minka "reached out to Chris this time."

The pair stopped by Max and Dylans eatery in Boston a few weeks ago and were spotted at the musical "The Book of Mormon" in New York City a week later.

"He's still a little insecure, so he's being cautious," a friend of Chris' told Us.

One Direction wins in One Direction v. One Direction

One Direction shall remain One Direction. Legally.

An agreement has been reached after an American group named One Direction sued the U.K. band with the same name.

The U.S. group also named Sony Music and Simon Cowell's record label in the $1 million suit.

But a dismissal notice was filed Tuesday, according to E!, and the plaintiffs' lawyer says both bands have reached an amicable agreement.

No word yet on what name the California-based group is going with.

'N Sync is taken, fellas.