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Celebrity Apprentice...

It's Monday so you know I'm talking about Celebrity Apprentice.

You also know that I've been a cheerleader for Dayana Mendoza week after week, but last night she irritated the hell out of me.

She was horrible as the Project Manager and in the Boardroom she was condescending and arrogant. The task was to write a jingle for Good Sam and she thought jingles was a Christmas thing.( Jingle Bells) Need I say more.

Lisa explodes as expected, but this task I can't blame her. I felt Dayana was working on pushing her buttons in hopes that Donald Trump would side with her in the boardroom by saying Lisa is loud, disrespectful, and obnoxious. Don't we all already know that?

The boardroom did get heated with Lisa and Dayana as Clay sat composed shaking his head.                          

“This is not Celebrity Miss Universe. This is Celebrity Apprentice, honey. So if you can’t hang with the big boys, I suggest you don’t talk so much.”  I know it's rude, but kind of funny too.

My husband said, "Does she have to be so mean?" Umm, yea!                                                                      

I have to say my favorite jab from Lisa last night was, “She is the female Lou Ferrigno and I object to that.” There's truth to that - Lou and Dayana do seem to have the same work ethic. Maybe when you have muscles or beauty that's all you need - except on Celebrity Apprentice, it gets you fired.

As for Aubrey, Teresa and Arsenio - THEY BORE ME!

Two are being fired next week - who do you think will be the last 3 standing?


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  1. I FAVOR CLAY AND ARSENIO. AUBREY IS SO CONCEITED, AND I CANT STAND CONCEIT.

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  2. I'm leaning towards Clay. I think he's smart enough and talented enough to do it.

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