Remember Nickelodeon's hidden talent game show, Figure It Out, hosted by Olympian Summer Sanders?
SPOILER ALERT: The following story reveals the winner of Celebrity Apprentice.
After 10 challenges and 12 other celebrity contestants, the season finale of Celebrity Apprentice boiled down to Bret Michaels and Holly Robinson Peete.
On top of the emotions because of Bret's recent health scare, the finale was emotional for both Bret and Holly. Each player had a deep connection to their respective charities: the American Diabetes Association and HollyRod.
Rocker and reality star Bret Michaels came into Celebrity Apprentice with one goal: to win.
"There were some fierce competitors, but I came here to win," the 47-year-old told TVGuide.com after being named the winner at the live finale. "I came here to show Donald Trump I could rock and that I could hold my own and work hard."
Bret Michaels plans to attend Celebrity Apprentice finale following stroke
Second-place finisher Holly Robinson Peete admitted she underestimated Michaels in the beginning. "We all thought Bret was a rock 'n' roll guy who couldn't get to work on time, but in the end ... Bret was just phenomenal and it was hurricane Bret," she said. "I couldn't win against Hurricane Bret."
Two reality-TV veterans and a pop songstress make up part of this year's Celebrity Apprentice cast.
Bret Michaels, Sharon Osbourne and Cyndi Lauper may all get to hear the words "you're fired" from Donald Trump on the NBC program's new season.
Nine others are joining them, including...
Incredulous laughter. That's everyone's first reaction upon hearing that, starting tonight at 8 pm/ET, Fox is airing its own take on the embarrassment-of-famous-faces reality-show format by making them try someone else's profession in Skating with Celebrities. Scott Hamilton, the 47-year-old Olympic gold medalist, skating legend and cancer survivor, has no problem with that. Rather, he was fully aware of the potential for pratfalls when he signed on to host the contest, which pairs celebs (everyone from bad boy Todd Bridges to former teen queen Deborah Gibson) with champion skaters (Nancy Kerrigan, Kurt Browning and others) for si