ESPN host Jemele Hill took to Twitter to respond to the White House’s criticism about her recent comments about Donald Trump. Earlier this week, Hill did not mince words about the former Celebrity Apprentice host calling him “ignorant”...Show More Summary
The Celebrity Apprentice was a well-funded and slickly produced infomercial for Donald Trump. I suspect it was instrumental in shaping public perceptions of him in such a way that it helped him win the presidency. I do not think it is too much of an exaggeration to say that he used the show to present himself as a king and his family as royalty. Show More Summary
Omarosa ain't worried about an attempt to lock her out of President Trump's inner circle, 'cause she has the one thing 45 values more than anything. We got the ex-"Celebrity Apprentice" star and current Trump adviser at Reagan International in D.C.…
The secret of Donald Trump’s political success rests largely on his experience with the fake reality of “reality TV” via “The Celebrity Apprentice” – and how fake drama has spilled into political “news,” as JP Sottile explains. By JP Sottile…Read more ?
If you had been hoping to see Norman Lear and Donald Trump face off at the Kennedy Center Honors in December, the former Celebrity Apprentice host just dashed your dreams and likely avoided a very uncomfortable confrontation of sorts. "The...Show More Summary
Libertarian magician Penn Jillette, appearing on HBO’s Real Time With Bill Maher tonight, had nothing good to say about his old TV near-boss Donald Trump. “I know Donald Trump,” said Jillette, a 2012 Celebrity Apprentice contestant,Show More Summary
Clay Aiken Apologizes for Ever Defending ‘Actually Racist’ Donald Trump Former 'American Idol' runner-up and 'Celebrity Apprentice' contestant Clay Aiken has apologized for ever defending Donald Trump — here's why.... Unicorn Booty - Unicorn Booty brings you the best news, pop-culture, and opinions on the web!
Throughout 2016, Donald Trump’s campaign vigorously denied myriad media reports that if they lost the presidential election, the former Celebrity Apprentice host would create his own conservative television network. But now that he actually...Show More Summary
Celebrity Apprentice returned to the airwaves in 2017 with a brand new host and a number of other changes. Now, NBC has revealed its plans for the future of the series.
NBC Entertainment chairman Bob Greenblatt tells THR that the reality franchise, exec produced by President Donald Trump, "is on the shelf." read more
President Trump isn't happy about the situation in Afghanistan and his proposed solution is one that will be familiar to Celebrity Apprentice viewers, insiders say. Sources tell Reuters that during a July 19 meeting in the White House Situation Room, an angry Trump said military leaders should consider firing Gen....
Caitlyn Jenner is D-O-N-E with Donald Trump. Despite previously supporting the Celebrity Apprentice star during the 2016 presidential election, it appears as though the I Am Cait star has officially withdrawn her #TeamTrump membership. Show More Summary
Celebrity Apprentice producer Mark Burnett decided to blame viewers and politics for The New Celebrity Apprentice rather than take any responsibility. Read this story »
Clay Aiken Says Donald Trump Wasn’t Really the Boss at ‘The Apprentice’ Clay Aiken, the openly gay singer and politician who was the runner-up of American Idol Season 2 and a finalist of The Celebrity Apprentice Season 5, has spilled some hot tea about current U.S. Show More Summary
Vulture reports: Although Donald Trump uttered the infamous Apprentice catchphrase “You’re fired,” the president-to-be didn’t actually decide who was let go on the NBC show, at least according to onetime Celebrity Apprentice contestant and American Idol runner-up Clay Aiken. Show More Summary
The “You’re fired!” persona from the popular reality TV show The Apprentice that propelled Donald Trump all the way to the White House may not be quite as it seems. A former contestant on Celebrity Apprentice, Clay Aiken, revealed this week that Trump was told by producers which...
Donald Trump's starring role on the reality television show "The Apprentice" transformed the mogul's image in the public eye, establishing him as a frank, tell-it-like-it-is businessman capable of making tough decisions. Each episode's most dramatic moment ended in the corporate boardroom, with...
You’re fired — because my boss said so.
No offense to the American Idol runner-up and North Carolina Congressional hopeful, but this isn’t a sentence we ever thought that we would type: On a day when Donald Trump Jr. screwed his whole family over like he was auditioning for Game Of Thrones, the award for sickest political burn goes to Clay Aiken. Show More Summary
Although Donald Trump uttered the infamous Apprentice catchphrase “You’re fired,” the president-to-be didn’t actually decide who was let go on the NBC show, at least according to onetime Celebrity Apprentice contestant and American Idol runner-up Clay Aiken. In an interview with Domecast, a podcast from North Carolina’s News & Observer ... More »