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Johnny Damon

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Ian Ziering's Celebrity Apprentice Blog: I Want to Send Geraldo Rivera Packing | Ian Ziering

Celebrity Apprentice

Ian Ziering's Celebrity Apprentice Blog: I Want to Send Geraldo Rivera Packing

Originally posted 01/13/2015 12:50PM

He may have found fame in Beverly Hills, 90210, but Ian Ziering has set his sights on another zip code these days. Ziering relocated to New York City to vie for the title on Donald Trump's Celebrity Apprentice. Besides being a clothing entrepreneur – though he's also Chippendales-approved and ready for any tasks that require shirtlessness – Ziering has one major edge one his opponents: Have they ever faced off against a throng of sharks? That is, not in the boardroom …

Follow Ziering on Twitter and check back for his exclusive blog posts on PEOPLE.com after each episode of
The Celebrity Apprentice.

Cosmopolitan Project

For the teams' fourth task, we had to come up with a four-page health and fitness layout layout for Cosmopolitan. Having Terrell Owens and Johnny Damon on our team really helped focus us on what we needed, content-wise. We also used our athletes as fitness models.

Geraldo Rivera modeled, too. With his infamous "selfie at 70" from last summer, he's feeling quite confident these days.

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Red Sox Star Johnny Damon Gets Married | Johnny Damon

Red Sox Star Johnny Damon Gets Married

Originally posted 12/31/2004 11:40AM

Boston Red Sox heartthrob Johnny Damon married girlfriend Michelle Mangan Thursday night in Orlando, Fla.

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Red Sox Win World Series, End Curse

Red Sox Win World Series, End Curse

Originally posted 10/28/2004 09:00AM

DE-CURSED: Ben Affleck, rejoice. After an 86-year drought, the Boston Red Sox won the fourth game of the 2004 World Series against the outmatched St. Louis Cardinals to sweep the series 4-0 and become world champions for the first time since 1918. The win finally ends "The Curse of the Bambino," which has plagued the team ever since it sent Babe Ruth to the Yankees. Shaggy-haired Johnny Damon hit a lead-off home run to take an early lead Wednesday at Busch Stadium in St. Louis, and Derek Lowe pitched seven scoreless innings against the Cardinals. "This is for Boston. I love you guys," series MVP Manny Ramirez said. "We're just a bunch of idiots who go out there and have fun. I'm going to Disney World."

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