(NEW YORK POST) If you’re blissfully ignorant of the existence of Celebrity Apprentice, its premise is as follows: famous people of various repute — reality stars, ’90s heartthrobs, Gilbert Gottfried — are called together by Donald Trump to compete in slightly dehumanizing business competitions in order to raise money for charity.
But because this is reality TV and the creation of Donald Trump, no good deed can be done without the opportunity for Trump, his daughter Ivanka, and, for some reason, British blow-hard Piers Morgan to offer up performance reviews and ultimately fire one unlucky celebrity for doing a bad job at whatever silly game they’ve concocted. (Last night it had something to do with a pie shop?)
That’s what happened to poor Keshia Knight Pulliam, known for her role as Rudy Huxtable on The Cosby Show, who ultimately lost her reality TV gig for not calling Bill Cosby for a favor.
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