The disgraced former Illinois governor — who was unceremoniously ousted after state lawmakers accused him of trying to sell President Obama’s Senate seat — has now been kicked off NBC’s Celebrity Apprentice. Donald Trump fired the one-time politican on last night’s show after the technologically-illiterate Blagojevich botched a project to create an interactive display.
The fast-talking Chicagoan had trouble sending emails and text messages, which impeded him from providing his team with clear instructions.
Former Illinois Gov. Rod Blagojevich, ’80s singer Cyndi Lauper, and baseball legend Darryl Strawberry are among the fourteen contestants who will be appearing on the new season of The Celebrity Apprentice.
Victoria Beckham is in talks to join the next season of Donald Trump’s Celebrity Apprentice, according to a new report.
Tipsters tell London’s New Magazine that the former Spice Girl has decided to join the show after appearances on other stateside programs, like The View and Gossip Girl. “Victoria has steadily got more and more confidence and now feels that she could tackle a show of that level,” a source divulged.
Meanwhile, the mother of three allegedly told the insider: “I think it’s a great show, as you can help a cause that you admire so it won’t matter how bad I am. I may even be able to tame Donald Trump!”
Beckham recently turned down a chance to lend her voice to a character in the animated film Madagascar 3, starring Ben Stiller and David Schwimmer. Cyndi Lauper, Sharon Osbourne, and Sinbad have already signed up for the third season of the NBC hit.