The celebrity fired on the April 29 episode gives HollywoodLife.com the scoop on his (or her) exit: ‘It was just my time.’
Lisa Lampanelliclashed with Dayana Mendozafor the millionth time April 29 on The Celebrity Apprentice, but this time, the “Queen of Mean” wasn’t alone! When project manager Dayana attempted to critique Clay Aiken‘s singing and change Lisa’s lyrics — she called Dayana’s writing style “pure idiocy” — her teammates revolted. There was yelling, there was crying, and expectedly, there was one ugly boardroom.
Was the right person fired this week? Read on & cast your vote!
Because there’s nothing Donald Trumploves more than Donald Trump, he tasked the two teams to come up with an ad campaign for his fragrance “Success” on the April 22 episode of The Celebrity Apprentice. But by the time the seven remaining contestants convened in the boardroom, not everyone came up roses. In fact, some of them straight-up stunk.
Was the right celeb fired? Relive all the serious business & vote! (Oh, spoiler alert.)
On the April 15 episode of The Celebrity Apprentice, Human Puppet-master Donald Trumphanded the strings over to the contestants, tasking them to create two characters for a live-action Jim Henson Studios production. And with Lisa Lampanelliat the helm of her team, you knew you were in for a show — off-stage of course.
Love her or hate her, Lisa has demonstrated she has exactly what it takes to avoid the Donald’s wrath.
I’m not a gambling man, but if I was, I’d put all my money on Lisa Lampanelli. I’ve had my doubts about her this season on Celebrity Apprentice — I certainly won’t defend her calling Dayana Mendoza a s**c during a recent radio interview — but after watching her square off against Lou Ferrigno on the April 8 episode, I’m fully convinced she won’t be hearing “You’re fired.”
Lou & Lisa squared off in the boardroom this week! Was the right celeb fired?
Donald Trumptasked the teams with creating a commercial for Entertainment.com on the April 8 episode of The Celebrity Apprentice, but as always, the real entertainment came from the drama behind the cameras. With Teresa Giudiceas project manager, Team Unanimous employed the old “sex sells” philosophy for their ad, while Dayana Mendoza‘s Team Forte took a much safer approach. So which team won the task?