On last night’s episodes of Celebrity Apprentice there was Housewives drama! Brandi Glanville started her whining victim act, and Kenya Moore temporarily was able to be the cream that rises to the top. However – we know that’s all short-lived and I fully stand by my opinion that Kenya and Brandi are birds of a feather who hate together.
As always, this recap will contain spoilers, so do not read on if you don’t want to know who got fired.
Donald, and his daughter Ivanka Trump, discussed who they thought would be victorious in a season of grasping famewhores. “You never know how people are going to react when you put people together with one another. And this season I’d say it’s pretty explosive,” Ivanka admits.
While Donald won’t give any clues about who he expects to be the winner of season 14 he does hint that it ultimately comes down to a war of wits, which certain contestants just don’t always possess.
After Brandi tossed a glass of wine on Jeff Lewis during a recent WWHL showing (which was prompted by her tossing a glass of wine on Eileen Davidson), Kenya got on her high stallion and accused the Real Housewives Of Beverly Hills star of needing rehab. Probably!
The latest round started with Brandi continuing to call Kenya’s hair fake – even though Andy Cohen verified it was real. Then Brandi went further describing Kenya as “pure evil.” Adding, “I didn’t know that Kenya Moore had fans. I really didn’t.”
Tonight Celebrity Apprentice returns after yesterday’s season premiere which left Keshia Knight Pulliam fired for not reaching out to some big-name potential donors like Bill Cosby. Hello – Donald Trump wants publicity!
Keshia explained that she simply didn’t feel comfortable exploiting the connection and was disappointed it became a focal point in her ability to successfully complete the Pie Face task.
“I know ‘The Cosby Show’ is in reruns, and everyone thinks that we’re this family that has dinner every Friday night, but the reality was I hadn’t spoken to Mr. Cosby. I felt that it would be tactless, very rude to call someone and be like, ‘Hey, so, let me have some money right now,'” Keshiatold The Today Show about her firing.