Forget the star power, the reality show once hailed “The Ultimate Job Interview” is getting back to basics. Check out the trailer for the new season of The Apprentice, airing on NBC Thursdays this fall. The newest edition of Donald Trump’s crowned jewel will feature regular candidates for the first time since 2007. The show premiered in January 2004 and has run for nine seasons, with the seventh, eighth and ninth seasons featuring celebrities competing for charity.
Scandal-scarred and deep in debt, Duchess of York will bare her soul in an interview with the Queen of Talk, airing June 1, Harpo Productions revealed in a release this morning.
No doubt the redhead will spill the beans on the damning video that showed her offering an undercover reporter access to her former husband, Prince Andrew, for $750,000. British tabloid News of the World posted the video on its website Sunday, leaving The Original Fergie homeless and on the outs — again — with the Royal Family.
In a statement issued Sunday, Ferguson, 50, apologized for the incident, which she blames on her depleted finances. That’s precisely why business magnate Donald Trump is hoping the former Weight Watchers spokeswoman will take him up on his offer to appear on the upcoming season of his recently-revived NBC reality series, The Apprentice.
Donald Trump and The Apprentice’s original villain are teaming up for another season of unscripted drama. Self-professed baddie Omarosa Manigault-Stallworth — who recently completed a semester in an Ohio seminary — has been tapped to front her own reality dating competition called Omarosa’s Ultimate Merger. The show will feature the sharp-tongued star as she attempts to find love among 12 business-minded bachelors, Variety has learned.