From the runways of Paris and Milan to the cover of Playboy and now on to vying for the attention of Donald Trump, it’s a been a whirlwind few years for 2010 Playmate of the Year, Hope Dworaczyk.
RadarOnline.com caught up with the stunning centerfold during a rare hour of downtime, and she dished about the drama behind the scenes and on-camera of the exciting new season of Celebrity Apprentice.
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“People are going to faint when they actually see what’s going on because it’s pretty shocking, really shocking, and I was there,” Hope told RadarOnline.com.
“I was actually really excited when I heard Gary Busey was going to be doing the show, it’s so funny, I like these weird and crazy people.”
The claws come out as Hope brawls against a cast of 15 other celebrities including LaToya Jackson, Star Jones, NeNe Leakes, Lisa Rinna, Lil’ Jon and Meat Loaf, while racing through the streets of New York City.
On the show, Hope has to rely on her wits, her fame, contacts and business acumen to win weekly tasks to raise money and awareness for her charity of choice, Best Buddies.
“There was a lot of drama on the show,” Hope shared. “There were a lot of people who just did not get along…then as the show progressed their real personalities just came out, so I tried to stay away from that as much as I could, but it gets ugly!”
Hope faces off in the boardroom for the 11th season of Donald Trump’s hit show as the youngest cast mate by 20 years.
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“It was a little bit intimidating, because you don’t want to boss somebody around that you’ve watched on TV since you were 10 years old.”
“I’d met Donald Trump before, and I’d seen him on television, but to work with him was really, really cool.”
Hope is the official spokesperson for Tees By Tina and an advocate of Best Buddies, an organization that creates one-to-one friendships and employment for people with intellectual or developmental disabilities.
The new season of Celebrity Apprentice premieres Sunday, March 6 on NBC.