In a night of bad choices on "Celebrity Apprentice," Gary Busey somehow skirts by in the board room when Donald Trump fired project manager Mark McGrath instead. The women won, only because they didn't fail as badly as the men did — even though the leadership
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On "Celebrity Apprentice," Star Jones manages to protect herself in the board room after her team loses the assignment to make an ad campaign for Donald Trump's hotels — a project at which both teams do poorly. La Toya Jackson and NeNe Leakes finally get along
Donald Trump learned the lesson the hard way: Mess with President Obama, and he happens to reveal Osama bin Laden's death just before "Celebrity Apprentice" on the East Coast. West Coasters were luckier, and got to see the war between NeNe Leakes and Star Jone
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Three hours of "Celebrity Apprentice" and three contestants went home: NeNe Leakes sent herself packing, going home instead of going hard; La Toya Jackson, getting fired for a second time this season; and in a beautiful moment of reality TV justice, Star Jones
In the emotional season finale of "Celebrity Apprentice," Donald Trump decided to name John Rich the winner over Marlee Matlin. Maybe we shouldn't feel guilty for watching hours, week after week, of has-beens, never-will-bes and a few good folks prostrate them
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"The Biggest Loser": "The Biggest Loser's" remaining Season 13 competitors have reportedly been pushed too far. They have reportedly banded together and walked off set after learning that producers planned to bring back eliminated players.
Barbara Walters welcomed Star Jones back to "The View" on Wednesday. Star Jones was there to promote awareness of heart disease in women, but Barbara Walters wanted to discuss Star Jones' abrupt departure from the show in 2006.
Bill O'Reilly returned to "The View" on Thursday, the scene of a heated debate in 2010 that resulted in "View" hosts Joy Behar and Whoopi Goldberg walking off the program. This time, everyone remained seated.
Rosie O'Donnell isn't a fan of Lindsay Lohan as Elizabeth Taylor. Rosie O'Donnell told a "Today" show panel on Tuesday she wasn't excited about Lindsay Lohan playing Elizabeth Taylor in an upcoming Lifetime movie.