Celebrity Apprentice – Deni Continues To Be Delusional
If TV stations could be prosecuted under the Trades Practices Act for false and misleading Channel Nine surely must have come close to a breach in their promo of Deni Hines and Pauline Hanson going head to head. It was a bit of an exaggeration. The impact of their “fight” was like they were hitting each other with bits of wet lettuce.
One of the girls should have lent over and given Deni a slap. They would have received a standing ovation from the viewers.
Deni Hines laid out her personal philosophy to camera “I don’t believe in leaders I just march to the beat of my own drum. The only person I have to answer to is my mother.” I know it has been over ten years but I am so on Team Kirk.
Also she said she is unable to be fired because she is self-employed. That may be the case but she also may not be hired either. In fact on her official website it indicates her last tour was in 2008 with James Morrison.
There was some interesting dynamics in the boardroom when the women were before Mark Bouris. Even though all but one was over 40, they all had a bit of a pack mentality. Once Lisa Curry said she rated Deni’s leadership performance as a five out of ten, the rest gave the same figure.
Deni was not a popular leader, in fact it could have been the editing but none them had a kind word to say about her.
Lisa said she given no direction when asked.Julia Morris said they didn’t get the time to hit the phones and drum up customers.
Pauline Hanson who raised the least money said “I am not from entertainment circles and I am not from Sydney.” She has a point. Also do you want to burn friendships by making them pay big bucks for paintings that were amateur hour?
The other criticism of Pauline was she had not read an email she had been sent. This I thought was interesting. In daily life should you assume someone has read an email you have sent if you don’t get a response? Also was there anything important in it?
The criticism was about the lack of planning at the beginning. Brad bagged them out for not asking good questions of the Nokia guy. Conveniently he had forgotten that Julia’s painting did win the $20,000 prize from Nokia because it highlighted the theme.
Deni brought back Lisa and Pauline or Mama P as she likes to call her, into the board room. Deni was looking quite smug and confident she would not be fired as she had brought in the most out of the girls. However Mark Bouris told her she was fired, and her team mates did not look to upset by that decision.