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Mocktails and Dreams: The Latest from Celebrity Apprentice

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This week on Celebrity Apprentice the teams had to design mocktails for Crystal Light.  Rob Cesternino is back with Nicole Cesternino to talk about each of their favorite topics, Celebrity Apprentice and low calorie cocktails.

This week Clay Aiken was the project manager for the men while Aubrey O’Day was the project manager for the women.  Clay’s idea was to have a beach party for the Peach Bellini while Aubrey had a theme based on the Garden of Eden for the Pomegranate Martini.

Clay continued to have a conflict with Penn Jillette and Penn felt uncomfortable telling Clay that he didn’t like the Beach idea.  Clay while not being a big drinker took the lead with planning the beach party and sang “Under the Boardwalk”.  The women used music to their advantage this week when Debbie Gibson recorded an original song for Crystal Light.

The two parties couldn’t have been more different.  Aubrey O’Day’s party was an upscale New York club scene while the Clay’s party was a beach luau featuring girls in bikinis and people doing the limbo.

In the boardroom Clay says that he would bring Dee Snider,

In the end the executives from Crystal Light decided that the men did a better job and awarded Clay’s charity the $50,000.  As the men celebrated the women began to scramble as to who should be fired.  Aubrey said that it should either be Venezuelan actress Patricia Velasquez or Miss Universe, Dayana Mendoza.

Aubrey tried to campaign for Doanld Trump to fire Dayana saying that she did not have any ideas over the entire course of Celebrity Apprentice.  In the end it turned out that the mistakes that Patricia made as the graphic designer were too much to overcome.  Trump cited that the Crystal Light executives loved the party but they hated the details and that is why Patricia Velasquez got fired on this week’s Celerbity Apprentice.

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