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The country star and his wife, 2005 Playboy Playmate of the Year Tiffany Fallon, welcomed ...
When it came to hawking streetcart wieners, Playboy Playmate of the Year Tiffany Fallon came away as the loser, and thus became the first famous face fired by Donald Trump on NBC's The Celebrity Apprentice (Thursdays at 9 pm/ET). TVGuide.com grabbed a few minutes with Tiffany the morning after her televised tanking to talk about why she didn't hail Hugh Hefner, Ivanka-as-Playmate and the "big" news she planned to share... had she stuck around.
Tiffany Fallon: I'm still recovering from my "demise." [Laughs]
TVGuide.com: Awww. You did seem genuinely bummed riding away from Trump Tower in the Town Car.Fallon: I was. I was surprised that I was so gracious because as soon as I got home, I got really upset, like, "I don't deserve to leave! I was just getting started!" The girls were just getting to knowread more
Well, that didn't take long. Three days into the new year and I already have a strong candidate for my 2008 worst-of-the-year list: Celebrity Apprentice, which we have to hope is the last gasp for this out-of-gas reality franchise.Enlisting C-listers (which in most cases is a generous label) is the final desperate refuge for most shows in this oversaturated genre, but even by that standard, Celebrity Apprentice is pathetic. As is its attempt to turn the overexposed Omarosa into this season's ice-queen bitch villainess and the instantly tiresome Piers Morgan (the cut-rate Simon Cowell wannabe from summer time-waster America's Got Talent) into her "arrogant English bastard" nemesis (that phrase coined in a teaser by Vincent Pastore, who should have taken his early rubbing-out on The Sopranos as a sign to fade away gracefully).At least Rob and Amber were nowhere to be seen. That's the best thing I can say about this new cycle of Trump-fueled pomposity, which appears to have permanently...read more