Hope Dworaczyk talks 'Celebrity Apprentice's 'mean girl'
Hope Dworaczyk, a Playboy model who currently appears on Donald Trump's reality show, "The Celebrity Apprentice," says one of the "older ladies" in the cast was the meanest among her fellow contestants.
The fourth season of the NBC series premiered on Sunday, March 6. The remaining female cast members are talk show host Star Jones, 48, singer Dionne Warwick, 70, Michael Jackson's sister La Toya Jackson, 54, supermodel Niki Taylor, 36, actress Marlee Matlin, 45, and NeNe Leakes of the reality show "The Real Housewives of Atlanta," who is 42.
"Everybody was great to work with but you'll be surprised on who is the meanest," Dworaczyk, 26, told OnTheRedCarpet.com. "You'd think it would be NeNe Leaks. She might have been the wildest and most over the top, but I think she has a run for her money with one of the older ladies in the cast."
Among the male cast members are singer Meat Loaf, actor Gary Busey and "Survivor" winner Richard Hatch. Singer and actor David Cassidy became the first person to be "fired" by Trump, or eliminated, during Sunday's premiere and Lisa Rinna, 47, was eliminated on the second episode, which aired on Sunday, March 13.
Trump has said that the current season of "The Celebrity Apprentice" was a "total trainwreck." He also praised Jackson, saying that she will "surprise a lot of people." He also added that he would love to have troubled actor Charlie Sheen on the show.
"His interviews are unbelievable entertainment," Trump recently told OnTheRedCarpet.com and other news outlets. "And that's probably why he does well in the ratings business. And while I'm sure we won't get him on 'Celebrity Apprentice,' we'd love to have him."