On May 19, 2013 I had the chance to catch up with Twisted Sister frontman Dee Snider on The Celebrity Apprentice finale red carpet at Cipriani's in New York City. It was my second time interviewing the singer and I asked him for an update on the status of his injured finger from the last time. I also asked him if he was the most humble of the contestants, after his gracious and graceful exit from the show where he accepted responsibility for losing. Is he the anti Omarosa? Check it out!
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In the first “All-Star Celebrity Apprentice,” country singer Trace Adkins was declared the winner, and he received the grand prize of $250,000 for his charity of choice: the American Red Cross. (Second place went to magician Penn Jillette.) "The Celebrity Apprentice," which is executive produced and hosted by Donald Trump (who chooses the winner), features celebrities competing for their selected charities. Adkins was named the winner in a live season finale that NBC televised on May 19, 2013. The season finale’s after-party was held at Cipriani in New York City's midtown Manhattan. I had a chance to briefly interview several of the stars at the after-party. Here is what this “Celebrity Apprentice” star said...
Donald Trump returns with the first-ever "All-Star Celebrity Apprentice." This is the sixth installment of "The Celebrity Apprentice" and the 13th season of "The Apprentice" series.
This season, 14 of your favorite business-savvy celebrity contestants (Dee Snider, Trace Adkins, Stephen Baldwin, Gary Busey, Penn Jillette, Lil John, Dennis Rodman, Marilu Henner, La Toya Jackson, Claudia Jordan, Lisa Rinna, Brande Roderick, Omarosa and Bret Michaels) return for a second chance to raise money and awareness for their charity of choice. The last person standing will be chosen as the Celebrity Apprentice and have the honor of delivering a $250,000 bonus check to their designated charity.