Celebrity Apprentice Australia – And We Have Our Finalists
It all makes sense now why Jeff Fenech was not fired last week ahead of Layla, as this week’s challenge was at a youth refuge back in his old neighbourhood of Marrickville.
And he did redeem himself working his butt off to re-do the house. In fact he did more this challenge then he did in all the preceding ones.
It was great to see a challenge for charity that did not involved raising money or spruiking a product. The teams were Roxy, Jeff and John Steffenson. The other team was Prue, Stephanie and Dawn. Roxy immediately took control which meant things went pretty smoothly for her team, conversely there was not leader on the other team. Which meant Prue creating chaos with her style of leadership.
To create further chaos to the challenge was Warwick Capper and Max Markson. They were given to each team, as well as Patti Newton and Nathan Joliffe. Not that the latter two received much screen time.
Roxy and Prue were getting on better until Prue tried to take over the front yard. However all was forgiven once Roxy stepped in to deal with the mess the other team was making in the back yard. Max Markson had told everyone to dig up the grass. You get the feeling he was told to do this as surely no one would be that stupid.
It was no surprise that Roxy and co won the challenge and in the end it was Prue and Dawn who were fired. Though Mark Bouris basically let Dawn fire themselves. It was also good to see that Mark was letting Deb Thomas and Dane get more air time in the board room.
The final is next Tuesday and Jeff, Stephanie, Roxy and John will be duking it out for this year’s title and again it will involve Don Boscu House with the contestants raising money for the charity.
Celebrity Apprentice Australia Final on Tuesday at 8.30pm on NINE.