Donald Trump’s “Celebrity Apprentice” won’t have a repeat winner after all. During Sunday’s premiere of the NBC show’s all-star sixth season, Trump repeatedly questioned why Bret Michaels, the only returning champ, decided to come back. And when the rocker found himself in the boardroom at the end of the day, Trump let him know exactly how he felt.
At the beginning of the episode, Michaels was chosen to pick what eventually became Team Power, which also included La Toya Jackson, Lil Jon, model Claudia Jordan, Omarosa, Playboy Playmate Brande Roderick and Dennis Rodman. On the other side, country music star and “Celebrity Apprentice” runner-up Trace Adkins picked Team Plan B, which included Stephen Baldwin, Gary Busey, Marilu Henner, Penn Jillette, Lisa Rinna and Dee Snider. Both teams were tasked with selling meatballs to raise money for their charity. They brought in a combined total of more than 600-thousand dollars, which was the most on any “Celebrity Apprentice” premiere. But Project Manager Adkins’ big donors helped Plan B win the challenge with a little more than 419-thousand dollars.