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Who is out on the third week of ‘Celebrity Apprentice’?

THE CELEBRITY APPRENTICE -- Season: 11 -- Pictured: Garey Busey -- Photo by: Virginia Sherwood/NBC

THE CELEBRITY APPRENTICE -- Season: 11 -- Pictured: Garey Busey -- Photo by: Virginia Sherwood/NBC

Here’s a word association game nobody would win. Donald Trump, Manhattan, Gary Busey and Celebrity Apprentice. What comes next? Last night, try “camping.”

Camping World, an RV retailer and supplier, decided to work with “Celebrity Apprentice” last night.  No, NBC did not send the “Celebrity Apprentice” cast into the woods in an RV, though that would have been deeply amusing. (Busey trying to start a fire! Meat Loaf cooking marshmallows! John Rich doing a campfire sing a long!)

Instead, Camping World camped itself in Manhattan to promote itself for two hours. It brought four RVs into New York City where the teams had to create “experiences” and a “branding presence.” And since it doesn’t have a store anywhere near New York City (and why should it?), it to create a fake retail site so the teams could buy supplies for its experience.

And it’s obvious that very few of these actors, athletes, models and singers have ever camped, much less spent time in RVs. “I’m black. I ain’t never even slept outside,” said NeNe Leakes in her usual blunt (if not grammatical) style.

The men’s team Backbone decided to give the project manager title to Gary Busey because they felt he was unfocused and wanted him to prove himself. The women’s team ASAP opted for supermodel Niki Taylor.

Neither team came up with terribly creative ideas or slam-dunk themes. The producers have fun with Taylor’s “Camping in the 21st Century” concept Taylor kept saying 20th century. In fact, she has fellow model Hope Dworaczyk go to Google to confirm that yes, we are in the 21st century. And the editors catch Taylor still saying 20th century after that. (Haha! She’s a model! Get it?)

Both teams seemed a bit frayed and lost at points. While Meat Loaf, Richard Hatch and John Rich worked on branding and messaging, the other four – Mark McGrath, Lil Jon,  Jose Canseco and Busey – did very little. A neurotic McGrath and annoyed Lil Jon fretted a lot about not doing anything while the other two sat on lawn chairs and relaxed. When Ivanka Trump stopped by to check in, Canseco seemed virtually comatose and didn”t even bother to stand up to greet her. (His excuse later: he was on a break, then claimed more strength and stamina than anybody else. Uh huh.)

Later, McGrath took video of Canseco and Busey throwing a baseball. He was so convinced they were going to lose that he figured he could use that in the boardroom later. (He didn’t need to.) Fortunately, when Rich, Meat Loaf and Hatch came back, they make the place look pretty good in the end.

Rich. who clearly worked his tuckus off, also came up with a simple, catchy country theme song for Camping World, which impressed the Camping World CEO Marcus Lemonis.

The women more or less got along, though Star Jones opined about the lack of a vision. In Taylor’s mind, it was a “camping experience.” What more theme did you need?

During the actual challenge, the men’s exterior site looked sharper thanks to the greenery and big “Camping World” banners. Their presentation was also more energetic with Busey coming alive, putting on a frenetic show for curiosity seekers and the CEO. The women’s interiors were much better thanks to their decorating prowess and the low-key but sweet LaToya Jackson surprisingly gave an adept tour of her RV. The Camping World CEO later said  she did a better job than some of his own sales staff.

But despite the men’s early ennui, they won. It was back to the women to fight it out again. Except Niki didn’t fight. She grabbed the sword and landed right on it, saying all the women worked out great (despite a silly spat with Dionne Warwick over where Hope was where Hope felt Dionne wasn’t talking to her in a respectful tone.)

So Trump just fired Taylor and she was out lickety split.

- Here are some other notable moments and observations from the night:

- The men’s team talked about demographics and camping. When Rich tried out his theme song, Canseco rejected it, saying it would turn off the non-country crowd (”too hick-ish”). Then Hatch helpfully added that the country crowd is “less educated” and “backward.” Rich took offense. “If anyone in this van wants to step up on that subject, I’m will be more than happy to square off with anybody,” he warned. “Please be careful how you bring up my audience.” Hatch backed off quickly.

- NeNe Leakes’ first camera-ready confrontation with Star Jones was brief. After the second challenge, moments after Star Jones and Warwick returned from the boardroom, NeNe gave Jones some advice, prefacing it by saying she keeps it “100,” as in “100% real:”  “Stop trying to be the damn project manager!”

Jones said: “I promise you  I will not step into that role… trust me!”  NeNe, to the cameras but not to Jones, said she didn’t believe that at all, saying she will take over because “that’s Star.”

True that.  This lays the seeds for future confrontations.

- Atlanta’s Lil Jon also got into a conflict.  Busey kept cutting off the rap singer. “Lil Jon turned out to be an antagonist for me,” Busey observed later. “But it’s his issue, not mine.” Lil Jon: “I wasn’t feeling him after a certain amount of time… definitely not a good project manager.”  Even after they won, they kept right on arguing. Busey felt like there was an “alliance” against him, including Hatch, Meat Loaf, McGrath and Lil Jon. Busey has good reason to be paranoid.

- Warwick, at age 70, is clearly not the most energetic. (NeNe gives her a break: “I see Dionne does not do much but she is 70. When I’m 70,  I won’t want to do much either.”) Marlee Matlin critiques her as someone who does what she is told but nothing more. Warwick, in the boardroom (at least what we saw), keeps her trap shut.

- The four celebrities likeliest to make it to the finals, based on the first three episodes are Meat Loaf, John Rich, Marlee Matlin and Star Jones. All  have fire in their belly to win this. Canseco? Not so much. McGrath may be too neurotic. NeNe’s temper and relative lack of business experience could hurt her. Jackson is too sweet. Dworaczk is eye candy. Busey is a wild card and way too out there. Dionne is too passive-aggressive. Lil Jon is wild card and a bit hard to read at this stage in terms of his potential leadership abilities. 

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By Rodney Ho, rho@ajc.com, AJCRadioTV blog

69 comments Add your comment

tim

March 21st, 2011
8:34 am

D I O N N E Warwick is more full of herself than NeNe and Tar Jones. The woman thinks it’s all about her. Trump uses the word “tough”…it’s more like old and worn…….

Rona Erickson

March 21st, 2011
8:37 am

Why, tell me why is DIONNE WARWICK AND STAR JONES still on the show and sweet people like Nicky and Lisa are gone? This tells me what the world is all about. B*t#h&s prevail, and nice people get stomped on. Can Star Jones ever just sit back and participate and be a team player and not want to run the whole show? And Dionne Warwick with that squeaky voice-saying things about Nicky “yeah, your tiny, cute and white”-Geez Dionne are you jealous. Really-get rid of these two divas and the show will be more enjoyable!

Bob

March 21st, 2011
8:44 am

Rona Erickson: Honey, “sweet people” don’t make it in the business world. Trump didn’t make it by being sweet. Wake up.

Gerry

March 21st, 2011
8:48 am

These candidates certainly do not come off as nice people. They complain, criticize each other, often do not co-operate with each other, certainly not team workers..Maybe they are full of themselves but at times [maybe many] they border on boredom. This program could do it,s viewers a favour by ending at 10.00 PM, one hour is enough.

Jess

March 21st, 2011
8:53 am

Did you guys see at the end of the show, when Nikki is heading towards the limo outside,her hair is all loose and down. THen once inside the limo, her hair is back to tight braids! Must have done two different shootings of the exit… for whatever reason.

Pitiful

March 21st, 2011
8:59 am

Gerry – you’re in the US now – it’s FAVOR.

Nutmeg

March 21st, 2011
9:12 am

Warwick is impressing me more and more each week with the thought that she should retire quietly. She’s a jerk. I don’t care if you’re 7 or 70, a jerk is a jerk is a jerk–and she’s one. Yes, she’s lazy, but she’s also difficult. Pick one or the other, not both.

Re: the Rich vs. Hatch, maybe it’s the journalist in me, but this is a factual question, and I’d like to know the answer. One of them is right; one of them is wrong. Either country music *does* pull a lower socio-economic demographic than other styles, or its demographic incomes are equal to or higher than other styles. I suspect Hatch is right on this, but that’s probably my own hatred of country music.

It’s a peeve of mine when two folks on TV start arguing about a fact, and then people being to take sides on who’s right–when someone could look up a statistic and find out the factual answer.

So if Hatch is right, does that mean Rich refuses to hear anyone speak the truth about his audience? Hmm.

Sad that Taylor is gone. I liked her in the previous two tasks. Matlin’s now my pick.

Marie

March 21st, 2011
9:12 am

Poor Nikki and Hope — beautiful girls but neither one of them is just not too bright. They’re talking and at one they both agree that they will spend all of their lives living in the 21st century — duuggghhh you were both born prior to 2000.

Somebody please tell Star to not wear riding pants, tights or whatever the heck she had on for most of this episode. She just doesn’t have the shape for that and I was so glad when she finally pulled out her blouse to cover up her flabby rump.

I also loved how Gary Busey kept saying Lil Jon wouldn’t look him in his eyes. I’m like dude he wears dark sunglasses all the time so he doesn’t look anybody in their eyes. And hats off to John Rich for putting that nitwit Richard Hatch in his place about country music fans. And then Richard Hatch said something about his fans — awww exactly what fans do you have Richard? You’re a tax cheat and a convicted felon.

Okay now that I’ve gotten my pettiness out the way; I really have to say I admired the classy way in which Nikki chose not to throw her team mates under the bus and said if anyone should be fired then she was the person who should go. Seldom do you see individuals who will take the blame for a failure without dragging others into the fray and pointing fingers. She is still a Cover Girl — very beautiful and classy lady.

Ya Right

March 21st, 2011
9:15 am

Hey Pitiful, You don’t have to be in the “US” to make a comment. Do me a favour and keep yer trap shut.

tim

March 21st, 2011
9:21 am

@ Jess I heard in the next shooting Nikki has “The Donald” comb-over.

Donald L. Slayer

March 21st, 2011
9:27 am

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Annie

March 21st, 2011
9:44 am

Dionne Warwick should be shot… like an old useless horse. Why is she still there? Never mind, everyone knows why….

Winner

March 21st, 2011
9:54 am

WOW, so harsh on Ms. Warwick. You all should hope to live to 70 and beyond! She’s tough, slow, quick to feel superior. Ok, she’s 70. A lot of elderly people do not have patience. One of the perks of aging (lol).

Marie

March 21st, 2011
9:55 am

Nutmeg it appears that you’re talking about the economics of country music fans and Richard Hatch seemed to be referring to the intelligence of those fans. Let me say up front I am not a country music fan and as a African-American I have never listened to that genre of music. But I do know enough about it to realize that certain CM stars like Carrie Underwood, Shania Twain, Leigh Ann Rimes, Keith Urban, etc., have cross over appeal and that it is one of the most popular forms of music. Long ago in the past country music may have been looked at as a form of music that was for “backward, hillbilly” types. But for someone to make that type of stereotype in the 21st century about a form of music that appeals to individuals of all socio-economic and educational backgrounds is just plain crass.

tom

March 21st, 2011
9:58 am

I do not watch these types of shows. Reading about it justifies my decision. What stupidity and a cast of over the hill and wrongly hyped characters.

lynn

March 21st, 2011
10:07 am

Love Rich, Meatloaf, Lil Jon, and Mark. They worked to win-the men won IN SPITE of Busey. They could have let him fail/leave but they have too much integrity for that-nice to see. Jose is lazy and should go soon. Star is bossy, and Dione has nothing to offer. They should have had her as project manager to get rid of her. Lisa would have been helpful here with her style, but they got rid of her too soon. Tired of Trump using the F word in boardroom, trying to be cool. Also tired of how he wants them to argue before he says who won. They should wise up and refuse to fight, just say “Depending on outcome, I will discuss in more detail why we lost/won.” A good leader never shows his “hand”. Better to be neutral until you see if you lost and why. Then plead your case.

lynn

March 21st, 2011
10:08 am

Tom-if you are “too good” to watch, then why waste your time commenting? I read your post hoping you would have something worthwhile to offer, and found that I wasted my time. Please go find “your thing” and move on-thanks.

Tony

March 21st, 2011
10:28 am

Why did no one pick up on Dionne’s racist comment about Nicky being “so white”? If someone had commented about Doinne or Star being so black, all hell would have broken loose.

bevvie

March 21st, 2011
10:30 am

NeNe’s “blunt style” is embarrassing. She thinks bringing vaudeville back is amusing. It is not!

bevvie

March 21st, 2011
10:36 am

And I am so surprised that Dionne is such an awful person on the show. I had expected her to be one of the good ones. Well I was wrong. So far she has been worst than NeNe the Clown.

Glenda Briley

March 21st, 2011
10:40 am

Jose and Star need to get together. They both act like they are all that when they are nothing.
Jose knew how hard Gary has it and he added to it, by being very lazy. He or Lil Jon never did anything to help the task at all.
Until the manager left to do the banners , Star was beside herself. Then at this point she seen a chance to take over, then and only then was she happy. I love Dionne and her singing but I think she is doing nothing to help anything happen. Last week and this week she talk down to the managers. Star both weeks has tried to take over. Both these ladies said I am black I never camped but then all of a sudden, Let me tell you what you need to do. Dionne was suppose to come back with trees, didnt happen. I was very proud of Lotoya Jackson. She showed her smarts to the world that always thought she was dumb.
Gary I am very proud of you but really feel sorry for you. My daughter had a brain aneursym in 2006, I do understand the focus part. Keep up Keeping up. The making words in to a quote is great for remembering. You can tell he tries harder than anyone, but we all know he can get sidetracked and this is what Jose was doing.

Winner

March 21st, 2011
10:49 am

Star needs to burn those pants she had on! Plain and simple!

Curious

March 21st, 2011
10:50 am

I must have miss the part where Dionne was being a bully. All I remember her doing was asking Nikki about someone else in the other camper. She wasn’t being mean and she didn’t raise her voice. I think Nikki was being a little defensive because she was even being asked a question. Although Nikki was humble and gracious enough to admit she let her team down (which I think they all should have been held liable)Star should have been the project manager. Even though Nikki was the only one who had ever been camping she really didn’t give much direction and she seemed offended by people asking her stuff. Poor Gary looks as confuse as his hair (all over his head) outsdie playing baseball instead of managing, and the one he was playing baseball with didn’t lift a finger to do anything. Everytime the camera showed him he was in chill mode. Even Ivanna was wondering what was up with him.

Winner

March 21st, 2011
11:01 am

I agree with you Curious. She never raised her voice and wasn’t being a bully. She asked a valid question with proper tone in her voice.

Hotrod

March 21st, 2011
11:23 am

Nikki Taylor was the big winner here.

ColumbiaDawg

March 21st, 2011
11:27 am

I sure hope Richard Hatch didn’t make it to the finals. The last show is generally done live, and it’d be hard for Hatch to be there because he’s had to report back to prison because of that tax fraud case from the 2000 Survivor show.

Winner

March 21st, 2011
11:30 am

NeNe walks out on production and doesn’t finish the show!!

Betty

March 21st, 2011
11:32 am

Please get rid of star and dionne and that other idiot from housewives. They are all out for themselves and their back stabbing is getting to be too much. These three are classless bitches who are into themselves and no one else. I will say that star is the most vocal and useless. Trump is showing the viewers that if you are nice you lose. But I will say one thing,he uses these people for his own gratification and put them down every chance he gets. Maybe it is time to turn the reins over to his daughter and son – they seem to have on the ball than he does.

Peachy

March 21st, 2011
12:33 pm

Can anyone explain why this show is 2 hours long?? I usually watch the first 15 mins. and the last 15 mins. Also, Ms. Dionne Warwick is an elderly lady. I don’t know about you, but a lot of the elderly women that I meet are mean! No exception for Ms. Warwick. And it should be expected that it’s worse for her because she’s old with money. Not saying it’s right…just saying it’s not surprising.

B Real

March 21st, 2011
12:48 pm

NaNa workin the pole yet? come back to College Park girl friend, club not da same with out yah. Keepin it real.

B Real

March 21st, 2011
1:17 pm

Does trump own Scores??? NaNa could make it rain in theer fer shrrrr.

Curious

March 21st, 2011
1:36 pm

Come on B Real….not sure if you are being funny by not spelling NeNe’s name right or you don’t know any better. Keeping it real does not mean you have to talk and write slang. Hopefully this is all for the sake of being funny, because if that is how you really talk and write as an adult then you might need a little help. I learn in college most people write the way they talk. I hope you are just being sarcastic and as an adult you know how and when to use slang. Just because you are from College Park does not mean you’re hood. Everyone in College Park is not on that level.

Jazzi

March 21st, 2011
1:44 pm

Nikki was smart in volunteering to be fired. She opted out because she didn’t want to go through the same treatment that Lisa Rinna went through last week. I would have done the same thing. Nikki knew that Dionne was out to get her and so was that backstabbing Star Jones who is all for herself. Nikki was definitely the winner here. She got out before they could roll her completely under the bus.

Judy

March 21st, 2011
1:55 pm

I met Dionne Warwick back in the 80s. She was a D-I-V-A then even though you would have thought Solid Gold and Psychic Friends Network would have brought her down to earth. It appears she hasn’t changed a bit.

Patty Sullivan

March 21st, 2011
2:42 pm

Dionne wasn’t just asking a question of Nikki last night, she was being passive aggressive. She knew where the other woman was and instead of communicating directly and stating what she wanted/needed, she communicated as though she were a “critical parent.” Dionne appears to communicate in this convoluted manner quite often, on top of making really inappropriate comments about the other women under her breath and roling her eyes.
I wonder if Donald Trump watches the tapes before he goes into the boardroom, and if so, how he finds the behaviors of Dionne and Star more businesslike, more appropriate, more helpful to the success of the team, etc. But, then again, it is a TV show, and he may find the powerful dislike that his viewers are experiencing with those two women something that will boost ratings.
I just know that in my years as a Manager it is the bad communication and the passive aggressive behaviors displayed by co-workers that cause most of the problems within an office or on the job.

BeBe

March 21st, 2011
2:59 pm

I agree with Winner and Curious. Dionne is an elderly woman, and most elderly people I know say whatever whenever they want! I don’t see her as being a diva just ornery. She asked Nikki a simple question, and unless it was seriously edited, I think her question was legit. I don’t really get the strong hatred for her.

Meia

March 21st, 2011
3:06 pm

Nikki deserved to be fired because she did not do a good job as project manager. Every task she delegated came out great. She was wonderful at keeping harmony among the group. However, she fell short in the end because she did not complete the most critical parts – the outside area of the RVs and the banners. The Camping World CEO loved everything else. Star Jones was right to question Nikki about vision for the “campsite.” Star is a leader – she can be abrasive, but she gets the job done right.

mamaj

March 21st, 2011
3:21 pm

I’m beginning to think that some of you are watching a different “Celebrity Apprentice” than me. I watched the show twice, just to be sure I heard everything that was said or insinuated, and for the life of me, I never heard Dionne ask Nikki any question in an inappropriate tone. I think you’re just trying to make Dionne the scapegoat because she is older, but it’s not working for me. I liked Nikki from the start of the task because she seemed to take the initiative to be the project manager, and I just knew she would do well; but when this woman (along with Hope), had to google to find out what century we were in, that was a deal breaker for me, and there was no where else to go–but down.Super model or not, this was truly a dumb blond moment x2.

Rodney Ho

March 21st, 2011
3:26 pm

Dionne didn’t express her thoughts in the most direct but I don’t think her tone toward Niki was that bad either, at least compared to how she was talking to Lisa Rinna the week before!

Elvis Press Lee

March 21st, 2011
3:43 pm

Why is it that the Black people always seem to be the worst characters on any show according to the posters on these Blogs?
Its nene this, dionne that, star that. even little john. Its a shame that racist southern whites only have blogs to vent their racism these days. its a sickness

the real truth

March 21st, 2011
3:46 pm

elvis, dont fool yourself. its not only the whites who do that. you racist tool.

My Take on Elderly People

March 21st, 2011
4:44 pm

All elderly people are not mean. I hang with quite a number of elderly people and they are not mean. While I did not see the show last night, I thought Dionne’s tone, eye-rolling and almost lip smacking toward Lisa Rhinna last week was downright uncalled for. I told my mom about it who happens to be an elderly nice person. My mom would give you the shirt off her back and bake you a cake too! As a matter of fact, she goes to hospitals to sit with the ill. If kindness isn’t in you, there’s no way for it to come out of you – Dionne, you should know that. I don’t care if you have money or not, money is not an excuse to be rude and ill-mannered. No wonder our kids are so out of control, we, as adults, make all kinds of excuses for bad behavior.

AtlantaFan

March 21st, 2011
4:50 pm

I call Celebrity Apprentice my guilty pleasure. I thought the show was hysterical last night. I can’t believe some of the comments made last night. As a country music fan, I admire John Rich for standing up for his genre of music. In the country music world, John Rich is flamboyant and colorful in his music, not my favorite artist. But on this show, he looks more normal than most of the contestants. He has business acumen, creative ideas and stamina to get the job done. He seems to be the “go to” guy for many of the tasks.

On the other hand, Star Jones, as obnoxious as she is, seems to be the strongest leader on the women’s team. I was ready for her to criticize Niki in the boardroom, but surprisingly she kept her mouth shut.

I agree with Rodney about the contestants that will be in the final: Meat Loaf, John Rich, Marlee Matlin and Star Jones. The only one I am not sure about is Meat Loaf.

In the end, it’s all about raising money, so my bets are on John Rich and Star Jones to pull in big bucks for their charities and others’ charities this season.

I’ll be watching next week, but may have fast forward through the NeNe parts. I have yet to see an altruistic bone in her body.

Train Wreck Watcher

March 21st, 2011
5:04 pm

I’m really surprised that no one has commented on the fact that Dionne called Nikki a “hussy.” Umm the last I heard that’s not really nice, especially coming from an older person who is supposed to be setting the example for the younger ones on how to act. And secondly, Dionned could have politely reminded the other teammate of where everyone’s “station” was. What’s wrong with teammates communicating and working togehter instead of running to the project manager as if she’s the parent needing to correct the children. And again, Nikki’s irritation was that Dionne chose an inappropriate time (in front of public) to bring it to her attention.

Why does Dionne always have gum in her mouth, wallowing it around while she’s talking? Just an observation.

Train Wreck Watcher

March 21st, 2011
5:08 pm

To AtlantaFan … it’s my guilty pleasure too. And I giggled lots of times last night. Regarding the uncertainty with Meatloaf … he’s too emotional. :) I was quite surprised at Star keeping quiet too. I think that’s a strategy. She knew Nikki was going to give in and kick herself out. So she’s saving her energy for the ones that might try to defend themselves. :)

Mitzymy

March 21st, 2011
5:39 pm

NeNe is truly out of her element on this show. I think Donald picked her so that she would bring some fire to the show. She doesn’t know how to do anything except cause trouble and be critical of everyone. Star is still bitter over her lost marriage that was as big as Princess Diana’s. Dionne is a mean old woman, and I don’t know why she is on the show. Last week when they delegated her to run the cash register, she was slow as molasses and did not want anyone to take over for her. They had a line out the door, and she still would not budge. Had she been in my place of business, she would be the one out the door, real fast.

Back to Bama

March 21st, 2011
6:02 pm

I don’t think race has a darn thing to do with it all Dionne is just mean point blank. Star is just a bully and will always be a” litagator” no matter what she does. I was an assistant to several female attorneys many years ago and they are ruthless not by any means Mary Poppins. Jose’s steriod using butt should have went home as he did NOTHING other than scratch his family jewels. Niki was a class act leave her alone. Gary needs to be medicated…. Dionne want win people calm down they way to win the show is to fly under the radar. If you take PM get ready to go down or be a beast on your teammates. Star like her or not she is playing the game; however, I don’t care for her…

mamaj

March 21st, 2011
6:19 pm

I’m with you, “Elvis Press Lee”. Everything that’s associated with someone Black is always seen as negative. It really get’s tiresome, because it’s not based on anything but racism. All Blacks aren’t loud, rude, obnoxious, always causing trouble, or are ghetto, as too many of you like to express ad nauseam. If you like one celebrity on the show over another, just say that, because you cheapen your opinion when “you go there”, with attacks on people’s age, their color and other useless comments that don’t have anything to do with the merits of the show.

Dreneisha

March 21st, 2011
9:30 pm

Nutmeg, actually it would be rap and hip hop that pulls the lowest socio-economic demographic. Country music fans were raised to work instead of sell and traffic drugs. I don’t consider drug money as raising your socio-economic demographic.

BETTYBRY59

March 21st, 2011
9:52 pm

im sorry but Dionne Warwick was never as good as she thought she was you can see up her nose holes to her hollow head. she is irritating and a has been. Jose is lazy arrogant player, poor gary he
cant seem to do anything with no concentration thats what happens, PLEASE STAR BURN THOSE
RIDING PANTS WITH DIONNE. LOSE THOSE TWO WOMEN. MEAT LOAF QUIT WITH THE CRYING SO IRRITATING. NENE PLEASE GET INTO IT WITH STAR. I WOULD LOVE IT.