TV Watch Celebrity Apprentice
Eager to hear someone say, "Kate Gosselin, you're fired?" You may just get your chance!
The infamous mother of eight will join the cast of Celebrity Apprentice, which is returning to NBC on Jan. 4 before settling into its regular time slot on Mondays. The late Joan Rivers is also set to appear in two of the upcoming episodes. Since she won the second season, she will return as an advisor, as will Piers Morgan, Bret Michaels, John Rich, Arsenio Hall and Trace Adkins.
Omarosa Manigault has started a new chapter.
The Celebrity Apprentice contestant seems to have found love again, nearly one year after the death of her fiancé, Oscar nominee Michael Clark Duncan.
Manigault, 39, began dating WWE star Titus O'Neil, 36, after the two were introduced by their mutual friend Jawn Murray at the WWE Superstars of Hope Party in Beverly Hills in August, a source tells PEOPLE exclusively.
One Nashville country singer. One Las Vegas magician. Two hours. One crazy finale.
There was just one last piece of the puzzle left to add as the fifth season of All-Star Celebrity Apprentice wrapped up on Sunday night.
Who would emerge victorious – Trace Adkins or Penn Jillette? To find out who wasn't fired during the final showdown, keep reading ...
They've heard the dreaded "You're Fired" before, but they're back for more!
Celebrity Apprentice is back with its all-star season, giving fan favorites another shot at a $250,000 prize for the charity of their choice. Among the crop of 14 who'll battle it out in the boardroom: Bret Michaels, Trace Adkins, Lil Jon, Marilu Henner, Lisa Rinna, La Toya Jackson, Gary Busey, Stephen Baldwin, Penn Jillette and Omarosa.
Show host Donald Trump and the new cast appeared on Friday's Today show to talk about what's in store for this season, which starts shooting Monday and will premiere in March 2013.
The comedian and the crooner – Arsenio Hall and Clay Aiken – squared off for the title of Celebrity Apprentice on Sunday night, seeking to be Donald Trump's latest favored protégé.
The task at hand was to create a celebrity variety show and a 30-second public-service announcement for their respective charities.
In a close race, Hall, 56, ended up winning after producing a comedy show with his team of Adam Corolla, Lisa Lampanelli, Paul Teutel Sr. and Teresa Giudice. Aiken, 33, chose a carnival theme with his team of Penn Jillette, Debbie Gibson, Dee Snider and Aubrey O'Day.
Would Teresa Giudice have the guts to flip a table on Victoria Gotti? Can supermodel Cheryl Tiegs outlast former Miss Universe Dayana Mendoza, who is four decades her junior? Who'll face the music first – Clay Aiken or Debbie Gibson?
Those are just a few of the mouth-watering matchups expected on the upcoming season of Celebrity Apprentice, premiering Feb. 12 on NBC. PEOPLE confirmed several of the contestants back in October, but the cast was officially revealed Wednesday.
"I just think we have a major group of celebrities, and we have a very iconic group," says the show's host, Donald Trump. "This is the best cast we've ever had, the biggest cast, and it's going to be special."
New season, new drama.
The Real Housewives of Atlanta returned for its fourth season on Bravo Sunday night, and NeNe Leakes kicked it off with a bang.
Leakes reignited her rivalry with cast mate Sheree Whitfield, after she accused Leakes of interfering with her making money at appearances during the show's hiatus.
"While you're running your mouth ... I was running to the bank to deposit a Trump check," says Leakes, referring to her stint on Celebrity Apprentice. "Donald Trump! I am very rich."
Says Whitfield: "I think the amount of success NeNe's had has gone to her head."
Let the boardroom battles begin!
Former American Idol star Clay Aiken and '80s pop singer Debbie Gibson will be competing on the newest season of Donald Trump's series The Celebrity Apprentice, an inside source confirms to PEOPLE.
Real Housewives of New Jersey's Teresa Giudice is also reportedly going to be a contestant
The brother of Celebrity Apprentice star Omarosa Manigault was murdered in a lover's quarrel last Sunday, police in Youngstown, Ohio, tell that town's Vindicator newspaper.
Jack Manigault, 40, received several gunshots, including a fatal wound to the head, after his home was broken into by Marco Cardenas, 22, say police. Manigault was asleep at the time with a woman who was formerly the girlfriend of the alleged assailant. Two children were also in the house.
A statement released by Omarosa Manigault through her Washington publicist said: "We thank everyone for their amazing outpouring of support surrounding the tragic death of my brother Jack. ... Right now it is an extremely difficult time and we ask that you allow family privacy to grieve and make all necessary arrangements."
While handbag designer Vanessa Trump and her husband, Celebrity Apprentice advisor Donald Trump Jr., await the arrival of their new son in eight weeks, their two children are already getting to know their cousin – Ivanka Trump's baby with husband Jared Kushner, Arabella Rose, who was born July 17.
"My daughter and son have both seen her. I'm very happy about that, because it's good practice, to see how they'll be when I have the baby in two months." Vanessa told PEOPLE this weekend at East Hampton's Blue & Cream store during a trunk show for La Poshett, a python-patterned handbag line that she designs with her mother and sister.