Omarosa’s Tears Take Center Stage On Emotional All-Star Celebrity Apprentice

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The curtain fell on another famous face on Sunday’s edition of All-Star Celebrity Apprentice, while the person named reality TV’s top all-time villain showed their softer side, and we’ve got all the details right here on RadarOnline.com.

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After leading her team to victory, Omarosa burst into tears while remembering her late fiance, actor Michael Clarke Duncan, who tragically died on September 3 at the age of 54.

After Trump announced her team was the winner, Omarosa — who’s competing to raise funds for Sue Duncan Children’s Center, a cause which Michael was involved with – cried as she thought of her late love.

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“I just miss him so much,” she said of the actor, who left a vivid legacy on film with performances in The Green Mile, Armageddon and Sin City. “I think it’s a great tribute to Michael.”

Trump comforted his longtime associate, telling the other contestants, “She’s been through a lot … she’s very emotional.”

While some of her colleagues — notably Dennis Rodman and La Toya Jackson — believed Omarosa was shedding crocodile tears, the original Apprentice contestant chalked up the skepticism to her “tough cookie” image.

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“I think sometimes I’m so strong people forget what I’ve been through,” she explained.

The task on Sunday’s episode was to devise a 3-D, interactive photo promotion for Universal Studios Florida: Omarosa’s team consisted of Rodman, La Toya, rapper Lil Jon, model Claudia Jordan, and Playboy Playmate Brande Roderick.

Twisted Sister frontman Dee Snider led a squad of country star Trace Adkins, actor Gary Busey, Melrose Place star Lisa Rinna; Taxi star Marilu Henner; comic Penn Jillette; and actor Stephen Baldwin.

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Snider was canned after his team was unsuccessful in their bid, as executives believed their work lacked in creativity, according to Trump.

“I respect you, Dee — I don’t want to fire you — you’re a solid guy,” the Donald told him. “Dee, you’re fired. Get out. You’ve been terrific.”

The witty Snider, who’s had a successful career as a radio personality, cracked at the Trump’s elevator attendant, “I didn’t expect to see you so soon!”

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We’ll see more when All-Star Celebrity Apprentice returns on NBC Sunday at 9/8c.

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