All-Star Celebrity Apprentice Power Rankings: Meatballs And More
The Dark Horses
#10) La Toya Jackson (12): La Toya talks the talk and walks the walk, but there were only rare moments when she was helpful during her first season on the show. However, Trump seems to like the woman—she is a Jackson, after all—and I wouldn’t be surprised if she stuck around for a while on the show, whether or not the audience is interested.
#11) Dennis Rodman (9): Dennis Rodman was fired fairly early in his season of Celebrity Apprentice, having not won any cash for his charity. In Episode 1, he managed to get annoyed at having been picked last and got a little too chummy with Claudia, to her chagrin. We’re going to need to see a little more actual effort from the former basketball player if he wants to move up these rankings, at all.
#12) Gary Busey (6): As Trace said during last night’s episode, Busey is a complete asset if he’s given clear direction. In fact, a case could be made that no one is a harder worker on the show than he is. Consequently, that feverish effort should push him forward for a half dozen or so episodes until his turn as project manager invariably implodes.
#13) Stephen Baldwin (4): The problem with Stephen is his attitude more than anything else. Is holding back a few major donors in case you have a fundraising challenge the right call? Yes. But refusing to contribute anything and being very smug about it in the boardroom is the wrong call. Had his team lost last night, he very could have been fired, and his project manager didn’t even bother opening the meatball shop to the public.
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