“Never volunteer for execution,” Donald Trump proclaimed during episode six Sunday night.
Tionne “T Boz” Watkins volunteered to be in the boardroom to support Melissa Rivers, who was likely to get fired. But instead, Trump fired T Boz because she placed herself before the firing squad. It’s odd logic but to Trump, volunteering is plain stupid and he had fired a contestant many moons ago (some dude named Bradford) for that same reason. Read the rest of this entry »
Nely Galan—Who was fired in Episode Six of the first Celebrity Apprentice, has been blogging each week on the official Celebrity Apprentice web-site. For weeks she’s been writing on how T is “so under the radar,” and at one point calling her “mousy T Boz.” This week, her opinions took a big turn… Read the rest of this entry »
On episode 5 of Celebrity Apprentice 2 (Airdate: March 29, 2009)—Our very own Tionne was Project Manager, and yes!…Her team (Athena) won the task. Tionne gained $20,000 for the Sickle Cell Foundation of Georgia. Yes, a mere $20,000—Come on Donald, these non-sales challenges should be worth more. On the opposing team (KUTO), was Dennis Rodman as the Project Manager, with most of the focus being on his drinking problem. Read the rest of this entry »
This week on Celebrity Apprentice 2, the task was to create a comic book super-hero, along with a comic strip to promote the customer service on the on-line clothing store Zappos.com. Read the rest of this entry »
When the news broke on October 1st 2008 on TMZ.com that Tionne “T-boz” Watkins, was going to be a candidate on Celebrity Apprentice 2, a mix of excitement and skepticism arose. While it was a great opportunity to see our beloved Tionne on NBC on a weekly basis, the dire consequences was another reason to label her as a washed up celebrity for taking the reality television route. In actuality, if there was a reality show fit for Tionne, Celebrity Apprentice was definitely it.
—It’s been a little over a month since the release of Lisa “Left Eye” Lopes‘ Eye Legacy (January 27, 2009), which was met with Average to mediocre reviews. This was to be expected from a “posthumous compilation.” On Tuesday, February 24, 2009, Slava Kuperstein for Hiphopdx.com gave the album 3 out of 5 stars, and which was an interesting read…