Donald Trump described last night's episode of The Celebrity Apprentice as the "biggest slaughter in the history of The Apprentice." Empresario, under the leadership of project manager Omarosa, raised only $7,000 to Hydra's $164,000 in a challenge where the teams had to pick artists and sell their work. This was truly a personal victory for Piers — as project manager of Hydra he claimed that Empresario's failure proved Omarosa isn't a real celebrity because she had no connections to call and buy her art.
Aside from any negative feelings about Omarosa's personality, including this challenge Omarosa lost three times as project manager. With that kind of record, she no longer deserved to be there. While she seemed defeated from the moment she walked into the boardroom last night, she tried to defend herself when she quoted her mother: "I may not be the wealthiest woman inthe room, I may not be the smartest or prettiest, but no one will out work me. And this whole process I've outworked and committed myself."
Donald says that this firing was easy and obvious, because Omarosa's team was so badly creamed. In Omarosa's exit interview, she brought out another quote from her repertoire and left us with this message: "No man is your friend, no man is your foe, but every man is your teacher. Peace!" And then she threw up double peace signs — pure Omarosa-ness.
The promo for next week's episode celebrates that it’s Omarosa-free, complete with the Hallelujah chorus. Will you be singing Hallelujah, too?
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