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Celebrity Apprentice And Fame The Ulitmate Musical Have Premiere Dates

You know you have made it in the US when you are on a reality TV show. Celebritychef Curtis Stone will be one of the contestants in the third season of Celebrity Apprentice. It will premiere on Fox 8 on 14 April at 8.30pm.

Unlike the original concept, contestants do not vie for a job with Donald Trump. Instead, “The Celebrity Apprentice,” has the honor of delivering a $250,000 bonus cheque to their designated charity.

The other celebrities appearing alongside Stone are: former Illinois governor Rod Blagojevich, baseball great Darryl Strawberry, singer Cyndi Lauper, TV personality Sharon Osbourne, Olympic gold medalist Michael Johnson, comedian-actor Sinbad, comedian-author Carol Leifer, former Poison vocalist Bret Michaels, the pro wrestler-actor who calls himself Goldberg, actress Holly Robinson Peete, Victoria’s Secret model Selita Ebanks, Olympic swimmer Summer Sanders and WWE wrestler Maria Kanellis.

Also Fame – The Ulitimate High School Musical which will be hosted by Ruby Rose will commence on 20 April, at 7.30pm. Essendon Kellor College student’s will be performing in a production of Fame.

The advertisement for the show is now screening on Foxtel, and it looks great.

2 comments

1 Injera { 03.27.10 at 5:29 pm }

I haven’t watched any Celebrity Apprentice before, but with that awesome line-up, I’m in! Great potential for some train-wrecks.

That Ultimate School Musical makes Southern Cross Station look amazing… will definitely check that show out.

2 bella vita { 03.28.10 at 4:15 pm }

love this show, but the most sorry list of “celebs” that the celeb version has seen so far

Fame for Fox 8 has been finished now for some time, the show itself was held at the College back in Mid Jan and by all reports went really well. They picked students that were not the best during the audition process and as usual picked the ones with a story and/or unique look. One of the things that was totally unfair was that offered auditions to post Year 12 students, which meant current Year 11 and 12 students actually missed out on roles as the school opened the audition process to students that had already finished at the school.