Donald Trump is headed back to the boardroom with a new batch of celebrities. These athletes, musicians, comedians, and TV personalities will compete to raise money for their favorite causes, and the last man (or woman) standing will receive a $250,000 bonus donation for their charity of choice… not to mention, the opportunity to extend their 15 minutes of fame just a little bit longer.
Who do you think will be sent home? We’ve done some digging to find out each celebrity’s past offenses, and we’ve got a feeling that The Donald will have plenty of tricks up his sleeve to kick the drama into high gear.
Carol Liefer, comedienne and author of “When You Lie About Your Age, the Terrorists Win, famously served as the inspiration for Julia Louis-Dreyfuss’ “Seinfeld” character, Elaine.
So why do we think she’ll be fired? We recall an episode of “Seinfeld” where Elaine’s muffin-top bakery business failed… because she didn’t know what to do with the rest of the muffin.
Other contestants in the mix include Mets great Darryl Strawberry, former governor of Illinois Rod Blagojevich, whose corruption trial is currently set to begin June 3, and Sharon Osbourne, who refers to herself as a “housewife superstar.”
What fireable offenses have we dug up? See for yourself in our gallery, and don’t miss the premiere of “The Celebrity Apprentice” on Sunday, March 14, at 9 p.m. ET on NBC.
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