Kendra Todd

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Can Donald "Trump" a Quadruple Firing?

Albeit a few days early for Halloween, Donald Trump axed not one, not two or even three, but four candidates on the Oct. 27 installment of The Apprentice, as the reshuffled Excel team suffered the most mortifying loss in show history, effectively losing money for the episode's sporting-goods sponsor. TVGuide.com squeezed its way onto the Donald's day planner the following morning to follow up on the bloodbath. TVGuide.com: You must still be dead-serious about maintaining the integrity of The Apprentice — even in Season 4 — if you're firing four at a time.Donald Trump: I really am. It was a very good episode last night and they continue to do well. We got very good ratings, as you probably saw. Actually the last part of the show was through the roof in terms of ratings. People love the boardroom, they love the boardrooread more

First Female Apprentice Gets to Work

Kendra Todd has been very busy since Donald Trump named her the first female winner of NBC's The Apprentice — working with good ol' Carolyn Kepcher at the Trump National Golf Club in Westchester County, N.Y., is but one of her many projects. Her day planner is only going to get more jammed up more in the coming months as she dives into her primary Apprentice project: overseeing the renovation of Palm Beach Mansion one of Trump's oceanfront properties. Still, she made time for a few questions from TVGuide.com. (That is, after she put me on hold for a few minutes. Grrr.) TVGuide.com: So, were you closing a blockbuster real-estate deal, or ordering new golf balls?Kendra Todd: I'm getting ready to launch a couple of projects for my own company,read more

Apprentice Runner-Up Mouths Off

While Apprentice winner Kendra Todd already sounds like a Trump Organization flack in her interviews, second-place finisher Tana Goertz calls it like she sees it. In this exclusive Q&A with TVGuide.com, the 37-year-old Mary Kay makeup hawker doesn't gloss over her opinions of her fellow Apprenti, trust us! TVGuide.com: What happened? You were doing so well until your final task with the Olympics event.Tana Goertz: The Olympics task went over beautifully, so I'm not even going to let anyone tarnish that task. It was impeccable. The day of the event, everything ran like clockwork. I just think Mr. Trump knew who he wanted [as the Apprentice] and that was the bottom line. TVG: Do you think it came down to education? Tana: I don't know. I thought that they would hire a "street smarts" person, because the world wants to see a "street smarts" person succeed. But I'read more

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Year Title Description
2007 The Montel Williams Show: Montel's Vegas Adventure Episode, Appearing
2007 The Montel Williams Show: The Modern Girls Guide to $uccess Episode, Guest
2006 The Montel Williams Show: The Friday Show with Kendra Todd Episode, Host
2005 Showbiz Tonight: Episode Episode, Guest
2004 The Apprentice TV Show Series, Reality Cast Member - (Season 3)

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Apprentice Runner-Up Mouths Off

While Apprentice winner Kendra Todd already sounds like a Trump Organization flack in her interviews, second-place finisher Tana Goertz calls it like she sees it. In this exclusive Q&A with TVGuide.com, the 37-year-old Mary Kay makeup hawker doesn't gloss over her opinions of her fellow Apprenti, trust us! TVGuide.com: What happened? You were doing so well until your final task with the Olympics event.Tana Goertz: The Olympics task went over beautifully, so I'm not even going to let anyone tarnish that task. It was impeccable. The day of the event, everything ran like clockwork. I just think Mr. Trump knew who he wanted [as the Apprentice] and that was the bottom line. TVG: Do you think it came down to education? Tana: I don't know. I thought that they would hire a "street smarts" person, because the world wants to see a "street smarts" person succeed. But I' read more

How Girl Power Won The Apprentice

In last week's Apprentice finale, Kendra Todd, 26, became the youngest player — and the first female — to be told "You're hired!" The dynamic Floridian realtor got off to a slow start but really powered through some tough tasks in the end. Of course, it didn't hurt that her final rival was the mouthy Tana Goertz. Here, TVGuide.com chatters with Donald Trump's newest employee about her adventure. TVGuide.com: Why'd you choose the real-estate job in Florida when you already have that background? Wouldn't the Miss Universe job be more of a fun challenge?Kendra Todd: Real estate is my life. It is not a profession, it is a lifestyle. I couldn't imagine a better fit. TVG: In that case, this'll be a pretty cool job for the next year.Kendra: Certainly. Before this show, I've always traveled around the country giving seminars and lectures on how to put read more

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