Celebrity Apprentice Cast 2010
The best members of the "Celebrity Apprentice" cast 2010 include the highest-performing project managers and the most entertaining team members. In 2010, the third edition of "Celebrity Apprentice" aired with a new fourteen member cast of celebrities and famous figures. Of those fourteen, these ten either raised the most money for their charities or provided the most interesting moments on the show.
Bret Michaels - Michaels, formerly of the rock band Poison, was easily the best cast member on the 2010 "Celebrity Apprentice" competition. He was the eventual winner of the season, raising more money for his charity than any other contestant. As a team member, he was often eccentric and sometimes unhelpful, but his team won both weeks that he served as project manager. Interestingly, during the finale, Michaels was recovering from a life-threatening brain hemorrhage.
Holly Robinson Peete - Peete, who got her acting start on "21 Jump Street," made it all the way to the season finale before losing to Michaels. She served as a leading team member, but had a rough time as project manager, losing two of three tasks.
Sharon Osbourne - The matriarch of the Osbourne rock family, Sharon Osbourne was one of the best members of the 2010 "Celebrity Apprentice" cast. She was one of the last celebrities fired and generally offered helpful suggestions and a cooperative spirit to her teammates.
Maria Kanellis - Former WWE diva Maria Kanellis proved to be one of the smartest and most savvy workers on the "Celebrity Apprentice" 2010. Her team won their task the week that she served as project manager and she showed that she could delegate assignments well. Kanellis was eventually fired in week ten.
Curtis Stone - Celebrity chef Curtis Stone was one of the best cast members of the "Celebrity Apprentice" 2010, working well with his teammates and winning the week he served as project manager. Stone, however, was not particularly aggressive in the boardroom and this may have counted against him. He was fired in week ten.
Summer Sanders - Sanders, who is an Olympic Gold medal winner and a sports broadcaster, did well for her charity on the reality show. Her record as project manager was 1-1, however, and she was fired in week eight.
Cyndi Lauper - Best known for her 80s song "Girls Just Wanna Have Fun," Lauper was entertaining on the 2010 "Celebrity Apprentice" show. She was often incoherent, but she tried to help her team win. Lauper's team lost during her first week as project manager, but she redeemed herself with a win later in the competition.
Bill Goldberg - Former wrestler Bill Goldber was a steady and helpful team member during the "Celebrity Apprentice" in 2010. Despite his assistance on other tasks, Goldberg was fired after his team lost during his week as project manager.
Selita Ebanks - Ebanks, a former Victoria's Secret Angel, was a thoughtful and polished worker on the show. She led her team to a win in week four, but was fired the following week because Mr. Trump didn't consider her to be aggressive.
Rod Blagojevich - Disgraced Illinois governor Rod Blagojevich was both one of the best and one of the worst cast members on the 2010 Celebrity Apprentice. He was befuddled by the simplest tasks, including using a computer, and generally proved to be unhelpful throughout the show. He was entertaining to watch, though, and provided several funny moments before being fired in week four.
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