Sunday's episode of All-Star Celebrity Apprentice proved to be the most shocking of the new season so far. La Toya Jackson followed on the heels of Bret Michaels and Dee Snyder to become the third casualty of Donald Trump’s reality show competition. Michael Jackson's sister was "fired" on Sunday's show after losing her task. Last night’s “Celebrity Apprentice” on NBC had returning stars creating a five-minute soap opera themed advertisement for Crystal Light. La Toya Jackson took over as project manager for team Power, while Stephen Baldwin took the helm for team Plan B, as reported by AceShowbiz on Monday, March 18. Jackson soon found herself dealing with Omarosa's infamous conniving ways, as the pair were pitted against each other and the gloves came off.
La Toya clashed with Omarosa almost immediately, saying she couldn't take it when she felt Omarosa wasn’t respecting her authority. Jackson even told Omarosa to shut her mouth when the she kept interrupting her during their team’s brainstorming session for the skit.
“I will take you down”!, Omarosa screamed at La Toya. Jackson hit back saying, “Omarosa is the most evil person I have ever met".
“She's a no good, conniving scheming, cut-throat, probably pulled the cord on Michael Duncan Clarke”, Jackson snipped. She was referring to Omarosa's late fiancé, actor Michael Clarke Duncan, who died in September after suffering a heart attack in July.
Many felt La Toya crossed the line with that remark. When Omarosa heard Duncan’s 911 tapes were being released, she left in the middle of the task. She did, however, make it back just in time for her team’s presentation.
Hollywood Gossip wrote, “Sunday's episode of Celebrity Apprentice All-Stars proved the most dramatic of the new season so far”. Jackson and her teammates all voiced their dismay at Omarosa’s distraction over the 911 tapes being released.
Team Power created a concept which had the audience taking a sip of their Crystal Light drink every time a sound effect was played. Team Plan B went with a more romantic theme, using the product as a “mood enhancer” as the main focus of their production.
Team Plan B ended up winning as the Crystal Light execs preferred their skit over Team Power’s. In the boardroom, the Omarosa issue surfaced when Dennis Rodman told Trump, “Omarosa tries to play games all the time. I don't know why she has to do it”.
Stephen Baldwin ended up winning the $50,000 prize for his charity, the “Carol Baldwin Breast Cancer Research Fund”. Meanwhile, La Toya made a stunning decision not to bring Omarosa back to the board room.
Jackson said she was afraid that Trump would be unduly influenced by Omarosa's “fake” tears. “You stood up to her until it counted. You brought the wrong people back. You made a terrible choice. La Toya, you're fired”, Donald said in dropping the hammer.
La Toya Jackson got one more slam in when she called Omarosa “a snake” while exiting the show in the typical luxury cab.