ALEC BALDWIN AND JIM CRAMER GUEST STAR ON NEXT WEEKS 'THE CELEBRITY APPRENTICE'
Remaining Celebrities Try Their Skills at Kodak Mobile Printing
And Gene Simmons Feels More At Home, As He Takes The Lead on The Ladies Team on Thursday, January 17, 9:00 PM ET/PT
NEW YORK � January 11, 2008 � In last night's episode, the second celebrity to feel the heat in Trump's boardroom was Nadia Comaneci Olympic Gold Medalist who went up against Nely Galan (Project Manager) and Carol Alt in her fight for her right to stay in the game, as they tried their hands at advertising for Pedigree.
For the third task, twelve celebrities are given an Airstream trailer and a graphic artist, and each team must create and operate a mobile printing station for Kodak, on Thursday, January 17 (9:00 PM ET/PT). As the competition gets fierce, Stephen Baldwin calls in a favor, and asks brother Alec Baldwin to come out and support the cause.
In next week's episode, Gene Simmons moves over to lead the women's team, but the ladies turn on him and his dictatorial style. Disaster strikes one team at the 11th hour when they spill coffee on their computer, ruin their graphics, and must face the consequences. The Kodak executives decide the winning team, and in the end, another celebrity is fired.
Trump's eyes and ears on the task are his daughter Ivanka and Jim Cramer (CNBC Commentator and Host of 'Mad Money with Jim Cramer')
Tiffany Fallon former Playboy Playmate was the first celebrity fired by Donald Trump on the premiere episode. The remaining celebrity "candidates" competing for charity are: Trace Adkins, Carol Alt, Stephen Baldwin, Jennie Finch, Nely Galan, Marilu Henner, Lennox Lewis, Piers Morgan, Omarosa, Tito Ortiz, Vincent Pastore, and Gene Simmons.
"The Celebrity Apprentice" is produced by Mark Burnett Productions in association with Trump Productions LLC. Mark Burnett, Donald Trump are executive producers, Eden Gaha and Page Feldman are co-executive producers.