The contestants agreed that the WWE Diva, Maria Kanellis, was the weakest link and Donald promptly fired her. Donald called previous winners, Bill Rancic (The Apprentice Season 1) and Joan Rivers (The Celebrity Apprentice Season 2) to interview the four remaining contestants.
Curtis Stone was fired because he was told he lacked passion for the cause when he admitted that he was on the show to boost his reputation. At least, Curtis was sincere enough to admit what others don’t. Then, the judges had to choose the final two out of three contestants: Holly Robinson Peete, Sharon Osbourne and Bret Michaels.
The judge’s decision was based on the fact the final contestants had to be up for any challenge both physically and emotionally. Sharon Osbourne was the third contestant to be eliminated because the judges worried she was too tired to continue competing.
The final two are Holly Robinson Peete, a controversial contestant who was not afraid to get into confrontations with other contestants, specifically with Cyndi Lauper, and Bret Michaels, who acted more like a peacemaker, did his job and showed incredible resilience.
Holly and Bret will have to fight for the title of Celebrity Apprentice in the big finale. They will be given the task to sell their product, which is tea… how funny will it be to see rocker Bret trying to sell tea!?! Bret for the win!
Poison’s frontman, who was recently hospitalized for an emergency appendectomy followed by a brain hemorrhage, is rumored to be making his big comeback on the live finale of Celebrity Apprentice on May 23. Bret is also set to appear on Oprah on Wednesday (May 19). There’s no doubt Bret is a fighter!
Also in this episode 10 of The Celebrity Apprentice, Interviews will be conducted by The Apprentice season one winner, Bill Rancic, and The Celebrity Apprentice season two winner, Joan Rivers. Don’t miss the excitement and find out who got fired in The Celebrity Apprentice May 16, 2010. Three people will be fired after the show. Stay tuned and wait for the results as they happen