Business-based reality series. Before Donald Trump names a winner, the two finalists must organise a charity auction and Backstreet Boys concert.
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We started with 14 celebrities and we're down to two - Trace and Piers.
Ivanka, what do you think?
I think you have a very tough job ahead of you.
You have two extremely competent and effective guys
who are totally different on a personality level.
Trace is a great guy with great people skills.
Piers is aggressive, but effective and great at raising money.
Both good, both tough. What do you think, Don?
It's definitely a difficult decision.
I like them both, they've played the game well.
I've learned from you, you don't get anything you don't ask for.
Piers wasn't afraid to ask for money.
Trace was the silent, stoic type
but when he opened his mouth, he spoke with meaning,
wining tasks you wouldn't have thought he would have any place winning.
Very good, good suggestions but I want to just ask -
what do you think?
What does everyone in the audience think?
Live from New York City,
this is the season finale of the Celebrity Apprentice.
Now, here's the biggest celebrity of them all, Donald Trump.
Thank you. Thank you.
It's a big night for a big charity,
lots of money has been raised, it's been raised all over the place.
We've got over a million dollars and that's a lot.
CHEERING AND APPLAUSE
If there's one thing I like, it's a good fight
and these two are fighters.
They came out of the jungle, they are really tough cookies.
Different kind of people, very different from each other.
But they are tough. Take a look.
12 weeks ago, 14 of the world's most successful celebrities
descended on New York City, determined to make a difference.
A former heavyweight champion of the world,
a rock star, a tabloid journalist...
There's no way anyone could win with your crazy brain.
-..a country star...
-Come on, boy!
..actors and Olympic athletes.
Each brought with them their own business background.
All prepared to fight for a charity near and dear to their heart.
I present this cheque to you.
Oh my God!
Determined, they had to think outside the box...
I am Mr Outside the Box.
I don't buy that visual.
You don't buy that visual?!
..dig deep into their contacts...
-Hey, how are you?
I'll pay 1,000 each.
Richard Branson just called me, he's giving us 10,000.
..and push themselves harder than ever before.
You want me in this, with these two dudes?
-out of here, man!
From the original 14, 12 have come and gone.
Tiffany, you're fired!
Nadia, you're fired! You're fired! You're fired!
Now, only two remain -
formwork tabloid editor and notorious judge of America's Got Talent,
Every competitive part of me is desperate to be declared Celebrity Apprentice.
Good to see y'all.
..and country superstar, Trace Adkins.
There's a little six year-old girl in my house
with severe food allergies, and that's why I'm here.
-Although they've earned their places as the final two,
their styles couldn't have been more different.
4?! You're not getting a hot dog for 4!
-Piers had an aggressive approach to raising money...
..and winning tasks...
The biggest beating in the history of the Apprentice.
..while Trace took the steady path to success...
The world's greatest romance deserves the world's best mattress.
..leaving Mr Trump to preside over the biggest international battle in Apprentice history.
I love what I'm looking at.
It's good versus evil, it's the UK against the United States.
-I've been waiting on this.
-Game on, big boy!
-I'm going to kick your ass.
-Last week, Piers and Trace were given their final task.
-Here we go!
You're going to hold a really grand charity event.
Come on out here, please.
We have invited four really wonderful celebrities to come back.
Piers and Trace chose teams.
Trace, you get the first pick.
-I'm going to choose Stephen Baldwin.
Trace then chose Marilu Henner,
automatically putting Carol Alt on Piers' team.
You will be judged on three things.
Tickets sold to the event, money raised during the auction
and how well you run your part of the event.
Then it was down to business.
-If you're happy I'll take the auction and the catering, you guys take the show.
I'm taking the Super Bowl thing.
OK, I'll take Ivanka Trump.
We were given auction items we had to negotiate with the others.
-You want Ivanka Trump?
May the best man win and I will.
In the War Room, Piers revealed his plan of attack...
I'm going to focus, primarily,
on getting great auction prizes and money.
..and made a gesture to his charity director he hoped would pay off.
Why don't we give 20 tickets to wounded veterans?
I think it'd be really powerful to have your guys as our invited guests.
'I'm aware by doing this'
I'm giving up tickets I could have sold.
Meanwhile, Trace had a strategy of his own.
I'm reaching out to everybody that I have their phone number.
We beat him and with celebrities,
Piers went right to work getting auction items...
I had to get creative prizes with uniqueness to them.
-I need your help.
-I can do tea.
Tea with the Duchess, that's a slam dunk.
..while Trace had encountered a problem with the Backstreet Boys' list of demands...
Some of the stuff on this rider is redundant.
-We'll leave it that way then.
Wheatgrass, can you get that?
..and Piers realised Stephen was falling short of his expectations.
The thing about Stephen is, in terms of fund-raising
and celebrity getting, he just unfortunately is useless.
If Trace turns up with a car load of country-music superstars,
'we might a have a bit of a problem.'
Tonight, it's the final showdown.
May the best man win and may our charities raise a lot of money.
But only one will claim the ultimate title,
of the Celebrity Apprentice.
# Money, money, money, money
# Money, money, money, money
# Money. #
CHEERING AND APPLAUSE
As you've just seen, it's been a phenomenal season
and tonight will be really, really special.
We have a room full, just absolutely packed with 14 wonderful killers.
They're waiting backstage.
Everybody wants to hear, including me, what they have to say.
It's going to be very interesting.
At the end of the night I'm going to choose the Celebrity Apprentice.
-Lots of money to a particular charity, so enjoy it.
-CHEERING AND APPLAUSE
This season I gave the game a new twist by letting celebrities
call on their very famous friends to help win tasks.
Check it out.
-Sharon Osbourne, it's Piers Morgan here.
'Oh, hell! How are you doing, Piers?'
Well, I'm doing very well, but I need your help...
'The challenge was to run a charity auction
'where all the money I could raise from my items and Trace from his,
'would go to our respected charities.
'So, I was determined to offer stuff'
that you cannot buy in any store in the world.
So it was time for my famous rich Brits to pile in.
Andrew, it's Piers Morgan here, how are you?
Where are you, Piers?
'I'm actually New York,'
I'm doing a very big charity fund-raising event tonight
and I'm after great, exotic, exciting auction prizes
'that I can use to raise a lot of money with.'
'The funny thing is I'm sitting'
in Abbey Road at the moment, the great recording studios.
I'm working on the Phantom sequel, we're trying out some tracks.
I can offer a couple of tickets for the opening night.
Wow! They will be the hottest musical tickets in the world.
-Thank you so much, I can't thank you enough, thanks very much.
-Take care, bye.
That's great! Let's go, Stephen.
'I was delighted, I was getting stuff in that was unique.
'I was calling absolutely anyone I could think of'
that could either be a prize or bid for a prize.
Howard, hi, it's Piers Morgan here.
I don't think you know me, but I'm calling you
to wonder whether I could persuade you to join our charity fundraiser this evening.
The charity is the Intrepid Fallen Heroes Fund, I don't know if you're aware of that.
'In terms of money raising,'
I don't accept the charge that I just have this fabled Rolodex,
I put a lot of work
'into getting the money.'
Thank you, I cannot thank you enough.
See you later on. Thanks. Bye-bye.
No question. At the fundraising aspect of things, you've got talent.
-You know what I mean?
-That actually hurt you to say that.
I know I have occasionally got to you a bit.
-I've never meant to be personally rude to you.
-Yeah, and then?
-I'm sorry if I've offended you.
Despite all your obvious flaws, you're not a bad guy.
-I've missed working with you.
-Right back at ya, Piers!
-How's it going, Zito?
-How are you doing?
-All right, dude.
'My part of the task was to take care of the entertainment, which was the Backstreet Boys,'
to make sure their needs were met and everything was good for them.
-So, this is what we've got.
-Perfect. We'll put the boys in here.
-This is not bad, right?
-They'll be OK with this?
-You worked with these guys?
-Will they give me a rough time if it's not completely perfect?
'My greatest nightmare was that I would end up with a band'
that would not go on stage because something on that rider had not been in the dressing room.
Hey, how you doing? Are you guys OK? Everything cool?
Black nail polish?
I'm still trying to find the wheatgrass juice.
'And in the meantime, I get a call from the Backstreet Boys.'
One of them forgot to bring his fingernail polish.
Running down to the pharmacy down the street. I'll be right back.
-I'm not telling you why. It's embarrassing.
'So the most heterosexual cowboy on the planet
'and the three-time heavyweight champion of the world
'go to buy fingernail polish, not for a woman,'
not for our wives...
..for a man.
-We mustn't sell the tickets, know what I mean?
With 20 tickets going to the charity, could you get 20 people like that?
-I'll start banging out calls.
-Keep hitting the phones.
We need stars, that's all we need.
I was very aware there were a number of different criteria we had to fulfil
and one of them was getting rid of 50 tickets.
Stephen was making sure we got to 50.
I'm rocking and rolling here, player-player.
What are you doing tonight? OK, then. You can't make it.
Tonight is a private fundraiser and concert by the Backstreet Boys.
You still with me?
What are you guys doing tonight?
Just tell me, it's important.
Oh, so you're shooting straight through?
Stephen had an absolute clinker, as we call it in England,
in getting rid of tickets.
-All right, bro. God bless.
How many have we actually got coming from you?
-We've got five people coming.
It's not great, is it?
'With three hours to go, I was getting a bit nervous about the tickets.'
We weren't selling enough. We didn't have enough celebrities.
It was all getting a bit tense, to be honest. I was panicking.
I've got to have some numbers here,
otherwise it's not going to be the shoe-in I thought it was.
OK, man. I look forward to seeing you then. Thank you, thank you. Bye.
My country-music stars are on the ground.
We're on our way, Trace. We got your back, bro.
Remaining cool under pressure is vital in business and in life.
I want to see how these two guys react under pressure.
You're never going to make it if you can't take the pressure.
Let's check it out.
If people come in and there's a bar here...
-Oh, you want to put it right here?
-What is this stuff? Where's this stuff go?
-It'll take two hours.
-To deliver the food?
-No, the flowers.
I cannot deal with it. We either have it or we don't. I can't deal with that.
I just need you to make a decision.
-You got to turn in your list of guests.
-I know that.
It was mayhem. General chaos. I was exasperated, I was worried.
-You going to talk to me or what?
-Don't take that tone with me, dude.
'The pressure of this day was time'
and the lack of it.
THEY ALL LAUGH
Did we surprise you?
Are you surprised? I think he's surprised.
For once he's speechless.
SHE LAUGHS HAPPILY
'There were my little girls, you know, and my wife.'
'Just shut the whole world down for a minute.
'Everything else was meaningless.'
Reminded me why I'm doing this, for that-six year-old.
She's the only reason that I'm trying to win this thing.
-Hey, girls. Your daddy needed that hug.
He's been waiting a long time for that one.
-We've been under a lot of stress.
-Oh, I know. I know.
'Just to see them made me feel better. You know, it felt good.'
I needed it. I needed it.
-Will you tell Daddy?
-See you in a little while.
-I love you.
-See you later.
-So food is starting to cook.
So we'll probably move our staff meeting up earlier, then.
-OK. Thank you.
'My business was logistics and catering.
'The food came out really nicely, so I thought bring it out, make sure they eat.'
But everything Piers did had a strategy or thought-out plan to it.
Excuse me. I don't know how you normally do these.
-I'm Piers, by the way.
Hello, everyone. The general strategy tonight is to get them as loaded as fast as possible.
We want a bunch of drunken, wealthy celebrities
spending ludicrous sums of money.
In terms of the food, less is more.
If they eat too much, it will just line the stomach.
-Am I making myself clear? ALL:
'My simple strategy is get them drunk'
as fast as possible because a drunk, rich person or celebrity
tends to put their arm up for stuff they don't really want
for money that they never thought they'd part with.
Loaded celebrities equals lot of money.
-Loaded celebrities means lots of money.
Thank you very much.
Be careful. We don't want you to trip, fall and embarrass your ass.
You too, since you like to trip all the time.
-Fellas, fellas, what's up?
-What's up, what's up?
-You guys good? All right.
I have something else. I need a knee brace for Howie.
Who should I send out? Is there somebody in here?
-A knew brace?
-Like, a protective knee brace. He hurt his knee.
'One of the BSB,'
if you know 'em like I do, they're BSB,
'one of them has twisted his little knee, so now I've got to go get medical supplies.'
Would you possibly know anywhere I might be able to get some wheatgrass juice?
'And I'm still trying to find wheatgrass juice.'
Have you ever heard of Fresh Samantha wheatgrass juice?
-Do they make it themselves?
-No, I don't think so.
'Looking at the rider for the Backstreet Boys
'gave me new appreciation'
I've done shows with a broken leg, with kidney stones.
I did a show where my stomach was hurting so bad one night I couldn't hardly move.
I walked out on that stage and did my show, left the stage,
went to the emergency room and had 18 inches of my colon cut out that night.
This kid can't do a show because he doesn't have his wheatgrass juice
and one of 'em twisted his knee.
God! Don't get me started on the BSB.
Piers and Trace are being judged on these criteria - ticket sales,
auction sales and overall let's just see how they do.
So may the best man win. And may our charities raise a lot of money.
-..for being here tonight.
If I'm going to lose to anyone, it may as well be a guy like you.
-I'll be damned.
-However, I'm going to bust your ass.
-All right, you try it.
'We'd worked on our relative responsibilities for the event.'
We were responsible for the auction and the catering.
They were responsible for the decor and the band.
But collectively we had to throw a party.
Hi, ladies. Piers Morgan. How are you? Good to see you. Hello.
I'm actually one of the people trying to win this.
-Good to see ya.
'I was so happy to see some of my homies show up.
'Dean Sams from Lonestar. My old buddy from Montgomery Gentry,
'Eddie Montgomery showed up.'
-All right, brother.
-You making anybody mad?
I had to have another hat in this room.
I have a hat! I didn't bring it tonight.
-How many number one records have you had, Ronnie?
-I've had 40, so far.
So far? That's what I like to hear.
'Ronnie Milsap, legendary Ronnie Milsap.
'You know how many people in the world can say they have had 40 number one records?'
Very, very few.
Since we're Opry brothers, here is a cheque for 5,000
-from the Grand Ole Opry I want to present to you.
-From the Grand Ole Opry?
10,000 to help with the cause.
Thank you for delivering that, brother.
This is actually a cash donation for 5,000.
Thank you, sir.
'People came from all over the place to bring money and show support.'
You know, it makes my heart swell up.
Hello, there. I'm Piers.
You're here to help me tonight and I'm here to help you.
I wanted you here, because I chose the Intrepid Fallen Heroes charity.
So I'd like you to be somewhere. I don't know, somewhere on a table, ha!
'I wanted to get some of the servicemen down there
'who are supported by the Intrepid Fallen Heroes fund.
'I thought that would focus people,'
and might encourage them to bid higher.
-How are you? How are you? How are you?
-Good to see you.
-Nice to see you. Terrific.
-It's great, huh?
Good evening, ladies and gentlemen, my name is Lydia Fenet.
I'm here from Christie's to conduct this fabulous auction.
We'll start this evening with Lot Number 1, it's the Opus.
Basically a tribute to the first 40 Super Bowls,
signed by every living MVP from the first 40 Super Bowls.
Who'll start my bidding this evening?
We'll start with 15,000.
15,000. Do I have 16,000 in the room?
16,000, the man at the bar. 17?
17,000 is bid. 18,000 at the back of the room. Any advance?
Sold to the gentleman by the bar. May I have your panel, sir?
All right, Lot Number 2.
It's a once in a lifetime chance for you and a guest
to enjoy an extraordinary private royal tea
with Sarah, Duchess of York.
I'll start the bidding for this rare opportunity at just 5,000.
Do I have 5,000? 5,000's bid on my left. Do I have 7,000 in the room?
7,000 is bid. Let's change it up to 15. Who'll give me 15,000?
-How about 100?
-All right, if that's the game were playing,
I'll take a bid for 100,000 in the front row.
100,000, sir. Thank you very much.
Thank you very much. Much appreciated.
'How lovely to see the boss of Cantor Fitzgerald,
'a major financial company. They became world-renowned,
'really, for the wrong reasons when on 9/11 all four floors
'of their offices went down.'
And I think nearly 700 people, maybe more,
died from Cantor Fitzgerald, all his staff including his brother.
'And his determination to fight back, to keep his company going,
'to re-employ staff, was incredibly inspiring.'
All right, ladies and gentlemen, moving on to Lot Number 3
a dinner with Trace Adkins. We'll start the bidding at 5,000.
Do I have 5,000 in the room? 5,000 at the back of the room.
5,000. 6,000 is bid by Ivanka. She loves Trace Adkins.
All right, we're at 6,000 with Ivanka at the back of the room.
Any advance? Going once, going twice.
Sold for 6,000 to Ivanka at the back of the room.
You know who bought dinner with me? Ivanka Trump!
-Did she really?
-I'm sorry, honey, I may not come home.
Lot Number 4, a night with the Osbournes, with Sharon and Ozzy,
plus, if somebody gives over 50,000,
Ozzy will fly his entire band to play anywhere in the country.
-So let's start the bidding...
-That's very good.
Do I have 50,000 in the room? All right.
It looks like he's going to be bidding at 50,000 on my right.
50,000. Do I have 60,000?
-I'll bid 100,000.
-100,000 to the amazing man in the front row
who seems to be the biggest supporter of everything in the world.
-Piers is doing pretty well.
'I knew that at some point in the auction, some heavy hitters
'were going to show up for Piers with some big money.
'I knew that. I don't know those kind of people,
'I don't know people with that kind of money, so you know,'
hey, I'm raising some money, too,
for my charity and that's what this is all about.
All right, ladies and gentlemen, Lot Number 5, original Taxi memorabilia.
Lot Number 7. Lot Number 9. Lot Number 11.
The original signed Phantom Of The Opera mask. A day with the Backstreet Boys.
5,000 in the front row. 10,000.
25,000 is bid. 50,000 on my right.
80,000 from the gentleman in the back. Sold. Sold.
Sold to you, panel 128, for 5,000.
OK, ladies and gentlemen, there's one last lot this evening.
Shopping with Ivanka Trump. She officially cannot come on stage,
-too attractive. We have a 10,000 a minimum on this.
Not only will you get to meet Ivanka at her Madison Avenue boutique,
she will take you on a 10,000 shopping spree
and she only uses the best diamonds in the world.
We'll start with you, sir. You raise quickly. 20,000?
20,000 is bid. I'll take a bid of 30 next.
Do I have 30,000 in the room? 20,000.
This man has the biggest smile on his face I've ever seen in my life.
-I think we have a bidder coming in from London, actually.
-You may recognise the voice.
-Is that Simon Cowell?
It's Simon Cowell. How are you, Piers?
-Can we give Simon Cowell a big boo, everybody?
Is anyone there?
You'll be pleased to know I'm going down very badly in America.
-Now, Simon, you are British, I am British.
I'm up against a 6ft 7" cowboy and about every other person here,
so I'm up against it here. I need you to deliver a win for Britain, Simon.
'OK, can I just make it clear that I'm not doing this for you,'
-I'm doing it for the charity?
-OK, you're doing it for the charity.
-Well, we've had a bid of £20,000 from, I have to say, an
-member of the audience.
And I think you should give him a run for his money.
-What if we went to 50?
-You've got Simon Cowell bidding against you.
-I think he's saying, Simon, 60,000.
-OK, well what if we went to 75?
75, he's looking a little bit twitchy to me.
But hang on, his hand is up. He's gone to 85,000, Simon.
-100,000, everybody, from Simon Cowell.
Who would believe that?
I don't feel like I really got equal billing during the auction
because Piers did his whole phone thing with Simon.
'I just found it a little distasteful, myself.'
A round of applause for Simon Cowell, everyone.
Thanks, Simon, I appreciate it. 'In terms of fund-raising,
'I'm not just better than everyone else, I'm ten times better.
'That's not a boast, it's a fact. If people want to take me on,'
let's get it on, but make sure you can deliver, because if not, I will crush you.
I think I did OK. Goodnight. 'When we started this thing, I said,
look, Piers is going to beat us on the money.
'So if I was going to win this thing,
'I had to beat him on ticket sales and my half of the event.'
-I've tried to take care of them today.
-Did you get his wheatgrass that he requested?
-I didn't get it,
but I got the nail polish and the knee brace.
I didn't get the wheatgrass juice. I simply didn't have time to do that.
I've got to go introduce the band. 'But I think the Backstreet Boys
'were happy, so everything else was handled.'
These guys asked me if I would introduce them.
I'm honoured to do it. They've got a hot new album out called Unbreakable.
And they're happy to be here tonight to help with these two good causes.
So, without further ado,
it's my pleasure to introduce to you the Backstreet Boys.
APPLAUSE AND CHEERING
# I can't imagine it any other way
# A world without you is only wasted space
# You're gone and I'll always wonder
# Why it can't be any other way. #
'Once the band started and did their thing,'
I was like the weight of the world had been lifted off my shoulders.
Everything was perfect.
They sounded good. They sounded really good.
'They didn't need any wheatgrass juice at all.'
# Baby, I don't want to waste another day... #
'And they did a good job.'
# And it's killing me, cos all I ever wanted... #
I'm very proud of my performance, the team's performance,
and Trace and his team. You know, we're all tired, we're stressed out,
we've all reached the end, really, with this process.
I'll have nothing but fond memories of them, I think I've made some friends for life.
# It's killing me, cos
# All I ever wanted comes right down to you
-# To you
-# To you
# I wish that I could find the words to say... #
Towards the end of the night, all six of us just stood there for a moment.
I thought, "Man, this is a cool moment right here."
You know, we have been through a lot together, you know?
It was about all of us working together
to make this thing happen.
# That made you so... #
That picture spoke 1,000 words.
Thank you, guys. God bless you all for coming out tonight.
I'm pleased to announce that Howard Lutnick
and the other partners of Cantor Fitzgerald
will be matching your text donation tonight
in an amount worth up to 250,000. That's terrific.
That will be split between both Piers' and Trace's charities.
Now, say hello to two special friends of mine and the show,
Erin Burnett and Jim Cramer, two terrific people.
And she's beautiful, and, to me, he's handsome. Right?
The Board Room has always been my favourite part of the show,
and a lot of other people agree with me,
because that's where the action is. Take a look.
-Lennox, you've been my friend for a long time.
I want an honest answer. You know both players very well,
Piers and Trace. Who's better?
Well, their styles are different.
Trace's style is more laid-back and it allows you to do your work.
Piers' style is in your face and it gets you going, and, you know...
What style do you like better?
I like Trace's style. He makes you want to work for him.
He switched, Piers, didn't he? He did a little flop.
-I think we know why he likes the laid-back approach from a project manager.
-It suits him, doesn't it?
-He is a little laid-back, except when it counts.
-You fired him because he was laid-back.
-Well, he's laid-back
but when it counted, he was never laid-back, and that's over years,
-I'm not talking over the last 14 weeks.
-I agree. The truth is,
I think I've made a friend for life with him.
-He's a great guy.
He's a great guy with a great heart and we had a lot of fun.
He's one of the few people who understood my sense of humour,
Let me ask you this, why did you pick Stephen to be on your team?
-I was a little surprised.
-I worked very well with him.
We may have had flare-ups but as a team, we won almost every challenge we did together.
You had flare-ups to the point where Stephen had asked specifically
not to work with you. So it was risky,
-because Stephen could have ultimately worked against you.
-I was totally surprised.
-OK, I thought the event was fantastic.
Tell me about the Backstreet Boys. I heard they were very difficult.
-Tell me, Trace.
-I met them and they all seemed nice young men
and we sat down and had a cup of coffee, and I wanted to assure them
I've been doing this for a long time.
I know how to do this stuff and I'll make this stuff happen.
-Why were they so difficult? I heard they were impossible.
-Well, their rider,
the stuff they wanted in the dressing room.
-What did they want?
It was just all kind of strange stuff.
Particular kinds of water, certain kinds of peanut butter
-in the sandwiches and how they had to be made.
-Carol, is that right?
-Were you dealing with them?
-I didn't see the rider. Trace came to me
at one point and said, "Where do I get wheatgrass juice?!"
-How about the black nail polish?
-That was a classic for me.
-Who bought the nail polish?
-I did. Lennox carried it back to him,
though, and I thought, "Here, Lennox, you carry this nail polish.
"I want the heavyweight champion of the world
"to hand this kid nail polish."
The nightmare scenario for me was that I was going to end up
at 8:30 in the evening with a band that was not going to go on stage.
That was the nightmare scenario, and I was starting to get signs
and signals from these guys that that may happen.
Actually, by the time they got out on stage, they were really sweet
and we had a very good time because, you know, I think in the beginning
-they were a little wound-up.
-They sounded good, the performance was energetic. It was great.
As a fellow musician, were you a little bit offended?
Like in some way, I think if Piers had been in charge of them
it'd be more acceptable to ask him. You're not a musician...
Someone in their own field, I would be embarrassed if I were them.
Did you know about this, Piers?
If I had had a request for nail polish and wheatgrass...
-What would you have done with the band?
-I'd have given them hell.
-I'd say, "Stick your nail polish."
-Then they wouldn't show up.
-Yes, they would.
-I don't know.
-They wouldn't have shown up?
-You know, he may be right.
-Of course they would have showed up. For 20 million viewers?
-Sometimes you kiss ass and it doesn't work.
Sometimes you can be tough and you get more. You may be right.
Could I have pulled the veteran chops on them
and started smacking them around? Yeah, I could have beat up
the whole band by myself. But my ultimate responsibility
was to put a happy band on stage that night.
I just don't go in for blowing smoke up people's backsides.
Carol, who did a better job, Trace or Piers? Which team was better?
Ultimately, part of the task was raising money
-and Piers did that very, very well.
Overall, raised from the auction items, Piers raised 376,000,
compared to Trace's 64,000.
I don't know what they raised for ticket sales.
I can tell you what they raised.
Trace did a far better job with ticket sales.
38,000 versus 12,000.
So Piers won on auction items and Trace won on ticket sales.
-So if you look at it as those are the two components you are working from.
-Can I throw...
Let me throw something in here.
Piers made a decision to bring people from the Intrepid Foundation, the soldiers...
That was lovely, and people really responded well to that.
-We decided to allocate 20, nearly half our allocation.
-Whose idea was that?
We gave away half our tickets quite deliberately knowing we were then foregoing sales,
and I wanted those people from the charity in the room, and I think everyone found it moving,
but I did that in the knowledge that on the auction I was raising a huge amount of money.
And getting my man Simon, you know, I love Simon Cowell, he's a great guy.
-You didn't know we were friends...
-I knew you were, he talks very highly of you.
-He's a fantastic guy.
-He bid 100,000.
He knew it was a great charity, and for Simon it's not a lot of money, and he did it,
but it was a very generous contribution.
And worth it.
The comparison between ticket sales does make me laugh,
because if you look at the overall figure, I raised nearly 400,000.
No-one's questioning that,
you were also given multiple criteria on which you were going to be evaluated.
But he did raise a lot more money in terms of the charity, so that's pretty big.
I didn't just beat the other side, I pulverised them on donations.
I know that's only one part of the challenge,
but it was a deliberate strategy about what we're raising here.
I understand that, and I'd like to say something, though.
It hurt my people as much, if not more, to spend five, six or seven grand
than some guy who's a billionaire coming in pledging 100,000,
for him to make that seem like it's less relevant.
-I don't follow that argument.
-I know you wouldn't.
I wasn't criticising your donors in any shape or form.
I resent that very highly.
That's all I'm saying, I was beginning to resent the way you were referring to the people I had.
-I haven't referred to them at all.
-You did. OK, whatever.
-When did I refer to them?
-I'd like you to take it back.
-Take what back?
-The inference that I was somehow belittling your donors.
At no stage have I said anything of the sort. I know I'm the evil guy in all this.
-I'm sure you thought it.
-I do have some decent streaks in me.
-That's his personality,
Whether he said it or not, absolutely he thought about it, because it's the way he is.
-I don't think he did.
-That's not fair either.
-Yes, it is.
So who is responsible for the food?
-Carol did all the work on that.
-Where was it? I didn't see any.
It was quite a deliberate strategy because I did not want anyone eating.
-I wanted them drinking, getting light-headed...
-Did you want to get people drunk, high, or what?
A bit tipsy. I wanted rich celebrities to get a little bit tipsy,
feeling a little bit high and merry and then stick their hands up
-and spend money.
-Smart people won't allow that to happen.
-I'm talking about the atmosphere you try to create.
-That's why I don't drink, but it's true.
So, Stephen, what do you think about that?
I don't agree with his methodology. If I were running an auction
I wouldn't want to get someone tipsy so we could get their money, it's just the kind of guy I am.
-That's now, for the last five years because you're born again, right?
-You drank for America before that, with respect.
He drank for America before that period, so he would have been absolutely in there.
He's done an amazing job coming back from...
I don't disrespect that, but it's this constant moral high ground he takes.
He does this stuff in the boardroom, he doesn't do any of this stuff when we're together in a room working,
so he's playing a role to the heartland of America to say "Look at me,
"I'm St Stephen." I ain't buying it.
This is exactly what upset Stephen the last time.
-Tough! They're giving it to me, why should I take it?
-He's done something
-very special with his life, don't you think?
-He's not the only Christian in the room.
I'm a Roman Catholic, I believe in God as well.
-I don't stand there taking the high moral ground.
-Why are you sweating again? You sweat a lot.
Look at you, nobody else's sweating.
-Because I'm British and we tend to get hot under the collar about these things.
-You sweat a lot.
What can I do about it?
I think there are two ways of going into this.
You raised a lot of money and nobody could argue with you.
The only arguments against you seem to be the way you've handled other people.
So from a business strategy would it not have been smarter
to come in here, but maybe not have just said that to Stephen, held that back?
No, cos he was on one of his little speeches.
-You lost it with Omarosa. This could be used against you.
-Excuse me, isn't it a pretty hard statement?
-I haven't finished...
-I had the same problem in my life, you know that. The same problem.
I'd like to clarify, this would be helpful...
-Everyone here wants St Trace to win, because America likes a nice guy
and I've been portrayed as the devil, I don't mind that at all.
But just to clarify...
-Portrayed against good versus bad.
-Evil. The clash of civilisations.
The good, the bad, the ugly. Who's the ugly?
OK, go ahead. I don't know.
The women don't think so. All that matters is the women don't think so, right, Lennox?
It would be helpful to all of us, Mr Trump, if you would just clarify
absolutely what the purpose of this game was.
Was it to be the nicest guy in the boardroom,
or was it to be the most efficient, effective businessman/charity fundraiser?
I think I know the right answer,
-unless the rules have changed.
-Trace, I want you to give me that answer.
When I came here I thought my job was to represent
the 12 million-plus people in this country who were afflicted with severe food allergies
and to represent the Food Allergy and Anaphylaxis Network in a way that would bring them no dishonour.
-And you've done a very nice job.
-That was all I intended to do.
He's done a brilliant job.
And along the way, if we could raise a lot of money for them, that was my intent as well.
But at no time was I going to do anything
that would bring any kind of dishonour to myself or them.
Did Piers bring dishonour to himself?
He's conducted himself, in my opinion...
-In a ruthless manner?
-It's all it is, my opinion, I think there were times
when he conducted himself in a questionable manner,
and he has lashed out at people where I didn't think they quite deserved it.
Stephen nearly said something and Piers reached out
and cut him deep.
I'm actually raising money for seriously wounded soldiers who get wounded in battle.
I think if Stephen Baldwin has a bit of an issue with the way I talk to him,
it's a price I'm prepared to pay to raise that money. We're playing a business game.
If we were playing a popularity game I would have come in and gone,
-"Mr Trump, how are you feeling this morning?"
-You would have been gone a long time ago.
You know what,
after you gave us our task, the first thing we did,
we got together to determine who was going to have what responsibility.
I think Piers began to speak first, and he said "This is what we are going to do,
"We are going to work together and try to make this the very best event it can possibly be,"
and I said, "I wholeheartedly agree with that sentiment, that's what we should do."
And so in that spirit he took what he thought he would be able to do the best,
and I did what I thought I would be able to do the best,
and throughout the whole thing we did, we worked together,
just to try to make it as good an event as it could possibly be. I commend him for that.
This is very tough.
This is the toughest thing I've had to do in a long time.
They couldn't have been more different
and they couldn't have been better matched to face off for the title of Celebrity Apprentice.
He's a hell of a singer and one of the nicest guys
to ever be in my boardroom. Please welcome Trace Adkins.
He played the game with ruthless intelligence, he's a vicious guy,
I guess, or at least that's what they say, Trace.
Come on out here, Piers Morgan. Come on.
APPLAUSE AND SOME BOOING
Let's get down to it. Trace, you don't like him much. Why?
-No, I don't like him.
I don't base that on anything, just what I've observed him doing the last few months.
-But he's a very capable guy.
-Oh, yeah, he's capable, absolutely.
-Do you think he's more capable than you?
I remember when you introduced us to Mr Cramer and Mr Burnett,
and you introduced them with great accolades of...
-And you had a hard time keeping up with Jim Cramer, you said.
You said these people have brilliant financial minds, money is their thing.
It was interesting to me that Piers was saying this was all about money,
and they both said he ought to be fired.
-Piers, what do you think of this guy?
-Do you believe that?
I think he's a handsome, charming, funny, great guy.
-He doesn't like you.
-He doesn't like you.
I'm an evil, obnoxious, disgusting Brit!
The fact is we have a lot of great celebrities looking to come out,
and they're going to have a couple of things to say about both of you.
-You don't mind, right?
-Not at all. Bring it on.
-Let's bring them out.
Please welcome Tiffany Fallon...
..the great Lennox Lewis.
We have two celebrities missing.
Gene Simmons is shooting a movie in Japan, we'll be with him a little bit later.
As far as the other one, there's certain young woman missing, Piers, who doesn't like you very much.
Let's take a look.
-You're an absurd celebrity wannabe.
-You're in the wrong country.
And now you work at the White House. As what?
I don't like that kind of behaviour.
-up. Don't talk to me. I'm going to teach you about leadership,
Read my lips, you're a disgusting little tramp and you're off the show.
Omarosa is one of the most venomous poisons I have encountered.
-Stand away from me.
-up. I am going nowhere.
-I'm moving away from her.
-Manage the team.
I ain't going nowhere, son.
'She was so offensive, and I don't want to share any space with her at all.'
I don't ever want to talk to Omarosa again in my entire life.
Omarosa, come on out.
APPLAUSE AND SOME BOOING
-You look lovely.
He doesn't think so, but I think so. Why do you dislike this man so much?
Because he doesn't floss. I'm very big into dental health, and his dental hygiene is...
That's not good. That's probably the worst answer you've given.
I'm hoping we can take some of the 250,000 and donate maybe 200 to get his teeth cleaned.
-What do you think of her, Piers?
-Sorry, what did you say your name was?
CHEERING AND APPLAUSE
It's funny, Piers, I was thinking the same thing about you.
Omarosa, you blew it with the dental floss. It's one of those things.
Lennox, they've used you to a certain extent because
you're really a well-known guy, a great guy and a friend of mine for a long time.
What do you think of Piers? What do you think of Trace?
I think Piers is highly aggressive.
Means well. He's highly-strung sometimes.
He needs to use a bit of tact.
-Who's more competent?
-I think they're both competent.
Being on both teams, they are very confident.
-Carol, let me ask you the same question.
-You know these two guys, you worked with them.
Piers used you, you did very well, then he didn't choose you in the end.
-Were you insulted?
I know what it's like to be in business.
This is a tough world and a tough economy,
and if you have to get ahead by using your edge, I think Piers used it very well.
And what about Trace?
Truthfully, Mr Trump, you know I thought I should have been in the final, I mean, come on,
-for a man who's used so many beautiful women...
-Your answer's not very good today.
-I'm telling you...
-You're choking under live television, Carol!
I'm not, because you know I should have been in,
so it's hard for me to talk about Trace cos I never worked with him.
You know the truth, you've done a great job. Stephen, Stephen Baldwin.
Yes, Mr Trump?
Stephen told me he wasn't doing so well until the Celebrity Apprentice,
and now he's like a big star when he walks down the street.
But did you sabotage your friend over here, Piers?
Were you really that bad, or did you want him to lose?
I think Piers mentioned earlier that he's made some friends for life.
I'm not necessarily sure I'm one of them.
What do you think of him?
-Tough guy. Good at business, good at raising money.
-What about Trace?
There's no question in my mind he's ten times better than Piers any day.
CHEERING AND APPLAUSE
Vinnie, you're another tough guy, but you resigned. You wish you didn't resign, thinking about it?
Yes, I do wish I didn't resign,
-but Lennox pushed me over the edge.
Because I took him out the night before,
and the next day he turns on me.
-I'm not taking him out any more.
-That wasn't true. That wasn't true.
I took you to meet Chazz Palminteri, and the next day you went on this guy's side.
He can't take you to meet Chazz Palminteri!
-You asked me who the best guy was, who would I want on my team?
-Who's the best?
At that time it was Piers.
What about now?
You're honest, Lennox, and I respect you for it because he was pretty rough with you sometimes, right?
-Marilu, you've been a fan of The Apprentice since it began.
-Supposedly you've seen every single show.
-Except maybe the QVC one.
-What's been your experience?
It was incredible, even better than I expected it to be.
It was so much fun, no sleep,
however, but that was fine, that suited my energy anyway.
I keep telling all my friends they have to do the next one.
Jennie, are you going to win a gold medal for us, please?
The greatest softball pitcher ever.
-Are you going to win a gold medal?
-We'll do our best.
Do you know how many gold medals the one next to you, Nadia Comaneci, one of the greats....
CHEERING AND APPLAUSE
Have we all had fun? Has this been something?
Raise your hands, you like Piers, raise your hands.
I like both of them.
If you like Trace, raise your hand.
Lennox raised his hand both times. Lennox raised his hand both times.
You know what, we have one more celebrity to hear from.
He has the ego, he has the smarts, even has the big hair, you know, like me, sort of.
So why did Gene Simmons leave so early? What happened? Take a look.
I can smell it. We'll kill 'em.
-What sign are you, Gene?
-Dollar sign, baby, dollar sign!
If I was sitting on the sidelines I'd say, "Gene Simmons, you're a powerful and attractive man."
Gene Simmons convinced everyone he had the answers, including himself.
It's a Kodak world and we just live in it.
But the client had other ideas.
This is the most important thing. The buzzwords are bringing printing back at home again.
They are wrong.
Despite the team's loss, Gene was convinced it was Kodak who had missed the mark.
If Kodak were to come in, I would say to them in front of you and everybody else,
"You're a terrific company, I respect your brand, and in this instance, you're wrong."
Gene is a stubborn guy, he just wouldn't give up, so I wonder, has he changed his mind?
Well, here, live from Tokyo, Japan, Gene, you can hear me?
CHEERING AND APPLAUSE
You know, we are in Japan shooting a movie,
and I just want to say to all my Japanese friends around the world...
HE SPEAKS JAPANESE
OK, very nice.
Gene, would you finally admit that you were wrong with respect to Kodak,
because frankly I heard they doubled their sales with their idea. What do you think, Gene?
You're saying ink at half the price doubled their sales, very short-sighted.
I love Kodak, my family uses Kodak products, it is a quality product,
a big mistake, very short-sighted on their part to think of
the short haul, everything is becoming digital,
it's a Kodak world.
I stand by it then, I stand by every word now.
That's the correct branding. It's a Kodak world.
I'm not surprised to hear you stand by it but we have the Kodak
executives here, Jeff Hayzlett, what do you think?
I love Gene, I love your passion,
everything you stand for in terms of this, you're talking the right
things about a Kodak world. We believe it's a Kodak world.
In fact, we've got a website called the Kodak world,
we've had it for a long time.
We even have some of the stars that are here tonight on that website but
you missed the task, that's the key thing. The customer is always right.
In this case pricey ink stinks,
everybody loves the Kodak all-in-one printer, we can't
keep them on the shelves, this year will triple and Donald, as you said,
we doubled our sales through this.
So Jeff, you think you're right, Gene was wrong?
In this case we were right, the stars were right,
the winning team led it, they did it.
Gene, one last question, Trace or Piers, who do I pick?
There is a two-sided story to this.
One is television show we're all on, the Celebrity Apprentice,
and there was a task given and certainly Piers outperformed in pure cash.
Trace Adkins, however, has a quality that is sorely missing in America and that is called a tug of the
heart, his voice, his persona, that quiet moment when the flag of these
United States of America goes up there should be a moment of silence
for the flag that gave your life possibility and Trace Adkins
has that quality, that "ah, shucks" kind of demeanour.
All he needs to do is surround himself by other...
...So Gene, who do you like? Tell me!
Who do you like?
I like you too, Gene, but you should have gone with Kodak.
They'll come back to me, you'll see.
The answer is Trace Adkins.
Thank you Gene.
Thank you Jeff. Thank you very much.
This season was really about charity and boy have these guys done a job,
they really have done something.
So let's check this out.
The name of my charity is Food Allergy and Anaphylaxis Network,
FAN for short.
We're thankful for this food and this family. Amen.
The charity actually helps fund research to try and figure out
what it is that's causing this.
This charity means so much to my family because my six-year-old
daughter Brianna has severe food allergies.
She had a reaction before we came here.
You had a reaction?
So many people have the misconception that
oh, it's an allergy, what happens is
they swell to the point that their air passage will just be closed off.
That's where the anaphylactic shock comes in
and that's how it will kill them.
-It will take a minute.
-When we discovered that
she had food allergies she was just a baby, six to eight months old.
It's heartbreaking when Brianna has these episodes.
There is no greater pain for a parent than to see their child in pain.
We have to be vigilant.
This is in case she wants pizza because of the other kids are having pizza.
When I make her lunch I make sure it's safe.
Food is everywhere. There is not a minute that goes by
that you're not wondering is she safe?
Some of the dangers of sending Brianna to school, just somebody else touching her
that has peanut butter on her hand, or milk and she has a reaction.
We have seven minutes before she could be dead.
-That's very frightening.
When we decided to send Brianna to school we had to educate everyone she came in contact with.
We got to eat something good.
FAN helps were back with cartoon type drawings and stuff
to let them know what would happen to Brianna.
It makes you change everything you do.
-We talked about some things made out of what? Say it out loud.
There are over 12 million Americans that are affected by severe food allergies
and over three million of those
are school aged children and those numbers are growing every year.
It really demands that we do something about it.
As a parent all my kids keep me grounded but Brianna, she's
a special kid, she's a sweetheart kid, too, and everybody loves her.
A lot of people look out for her...
..and I'm very grateful and thankful for that.
He's soft-spoken but when he sings he gets everyone's attention.
He is singing his new number-one single, just went to number one,
hopefully he'll give me 25 per cent.
You're Gonna Miss This, Trace Adkins...
# She was staring out the window of that SUV
# Complaining, saying I can't wait to turn 18
# She said I'll make my own money
# And I'll make my own rules
# Mamma put the car in park out there in front of the school
# Then she kissed her head
# And said I was just like you
# You're gonna miss this
# You're gonna want this back
# You're gonna wish these days
# Hadn't gone by so fast
# These are some good times
# So take a good look around
# You may not know it now
# But you're gonna miss this
# Before she knows it she's a brand new bride
# In a one-bedroom apartment and her daddy stops by
# He tells her it's a nice place
# She says it'll do for now
# Starts talking about babies and buying a house
# Daddy shakes his head
# And says Baby, just slow down
# You're gonna miss this
# Five years later there's a plumber workin' on the water heater
# Dog's barkin', phone's ringing One kid's crying one kid's screamin'
# She keeps apologising'
# He says they don't bother me
# I got two babies of my own
# One's 36, one's 23
# And it's hard to believe but you're gonna miss this
# You're gonna want this back
# You're gonna wish these days Hadn't gone by so fast
# These are some good times
# So take a good look around
# You may not know it now
# But you're gonna miss this. #
Piers was criticised heavily and even hated by many for his style of
play, they think he's a vicious guy, he probably is.
But he also did a really good job for his charity. Take a look.
The Intrepid Fallen Heroes Fund does amazing things
raising money for severely wounded American servicemen and women.
They built this incredible centre in San Antonio.
The Centre for the Intrepid.
This kind of place reminds everybody of the incredible sacrifice these soldiers made.
This is our military performance laboratory.
I spent a few hours walking around the centre with the director.
This is where occupational therapy takes place.
You can tell
from some of the rooms the scale of work that goes on here.
Prosthetists work directly with the patients.
They make prosthetics that enable people to run again.
To run. So this really is like a sort of...
This is an art.
-It's a plaster cast.
-This is an art.
I spent most of today meeting some of the more severely wounded patients here who have lost limbs.
It was incredibly moving.
When I got hit there was a big puff of smoke.
You think you can walk it off but not that night, not that day.
Shane and his friend could have been just two guys down the local bar,
then you realise Shane has no legs.
He's a hell of a guy. Just by looking at him now
and the way he goes through his rehabilitation, it makes me strive even more and I appreciate it.
-I really do. I love you.
-I love you, too.
The most powerful moment for me of the day was meeting
Matthew who is 21 years old who had not only suffered a double amputation
of his legs but also lost his sight.
-I'd go back if I could.
But I like it here. Great people that like to work with you,
a very fine atmosphere.
They had more spirit now I suspect than
before they suffered their injuries.
A lot of that is down to what happens here at the centre.
I'd like to give you this coin as a symbol of our appreciation.
This is the technique.
I'm very honoured.
Thank you very much. This means a lot to me.
No one should forget these soldiers.
I don't think there is any greater sacrifice
that anyone can make than to fight for their country's freedom.
I really believe this is the very least we should be doing.
CHEERING AND APPLAUSE
Introduce us to your friends.
I'd like to introduce you to marine lance-corporal Matthew Bradford.
Army corporal Shane Parsons.
Sergeant Amy Hernandez.
Staff Sergeant Joseph.
Now let me ask you, what do you think of the job Piers did?
Something that needed to be done.
-I don't know him that well but I think it's something that really needed to be done.
-Raised a lot of money.
-A lot of money.
I think he done a great job. We stand behind him 100 per cent.
You guys have really done the great job, that's something.
I tell you what, I have courage financially
but I don't have your kind of courage, that I can say, and neither does he, I can tell you that.
So good luck. And let's hear it for these great people.
These are great, great people.
CHEERING AND APPLAUSE
This season we raised over a million dollars for charity
and I'm going to throw in another 250,000 for the winner's charity.
I'm really proud of you two and everybody in the room.
You've done an amazing job, there are no losers here,
believe me, there are only winners.
Let's get down to it. Trace, why should I pick you?
Well, Mr Trump, nobody supports our military more than I do and I'm so thrilled that Piers has won all that
money for the Intrepid Fallen Heroes Fund, I support him wholeheartedly, we all do.
That's why last year the USO gave me their
merit award which is the highest honour they can give a civilian, so that's great.
In contrast to that, we know how serious the issues are that they face and we all feel for them,
contrast that with the charity I'm here representing,
the Food Allergy and Anaphylaxis Network,
-not enough people understand the seriousness and severity...
-I think they are both great.
They are both wonderful but I'm here tonight representing 3 million fathers
that live in fear every day when they send their children to school
because they're afraid of they're going to be exposed to something and go into anaphylactic shock.
I'm here representing those 3 million fathers,
we want that money because we know what FAN will do with it,
they will help save our children's lives.
And nobody wants anything more than we want that.
I think that's terrific.
Piers, make your case.
I don't want to rain on the parade here and I've heard all
the eulogies to Trace and I agree, he is a good guy.
If this was a good guy competition to find America's most likeable man,
he would win immediately.
But it is a business competition with a premium on raising money for charity.
Do you think you're more capable than Trace?
As you know, Mr Trump, business in the end comes down to the bottom line, to numbers.
I won nine out of the 11 challenges you set me, more than anybody else.
I raised over half a million dollars, more than every other contestant put together.
I had, in your words, the biggest slaughter in the history
of the Apprentice, in one episode.
-I also brought in the biggest and
the most celebrities.
So on every single business and charity fundraising checklist
I killed everyone.
That's all I have to say.
-As to the respective merits of the charities...
-But you were not loved.
-Mr Trump, you're not loved.
-Is that important to you?
-No, it's not. You're not loved.
Ivanka, let me ask you, what do you think? Any words?
First of all, I have total respect for both of you and I think you both did a tremendous job.
What I keep coming back to, Piers, is this would have been a very short
board room had you had a better a bedside manner.
You don't know about my bedside manner.
But you lack...
right here, that's a great example of the tact that you lack.
It was funny.
-The problem is...
-Hang on a second, that was a gag.
-Do you think I produced dummies?
-I think you're just distracted from what we're here for.
-Let me explain
to you where I came from on this - I've heard all this stuff, Trace is great, he is St Trace, right.
I was like I was to win a game because if I won the game
I raise money for that charity for those guys.
They cannot in America right now...
Do you think you would have raised less money though, had you been more polite?
There cannot be a more important charity to work for.
When these guys go to battle, they fight to the finish.
-When I played this business game...
-Do you think you charity is more important than Trace's charity?
No, I would never say that.
I just happen to think that right now I gave everything, every challenge and my motivation for it to raise
large sums of money was to support these guys
and give them a second chance.
I'm absolutely standing by every single thing I did. I believe I have integrity.
I don't like my integrity being called into question.
Do you have a final statement?
A decisive guy but I don't envy your opposition tonight because Trace is
the most likeable guy perhaps I've met throughout all the Apprentices.
At the same time, you cannot discount Piers' effectiveness.
The one question I really have comes down to the use of the role of decks.
You have an incredibly deep role of decks and you definitely have skills beyond that
but could Trace ever match just the sheer numbers you were able to raise because of the lack of roller decks?
Hang on. We have one minute left, you can't hang on.
-Can I respond to that?
-Piers, you're a vicious guy,
I've seen it, we can try and dispute it, you can try and dispute it.
You're tough, smart, probably brilliant, I'm not sure.
You're certainly not diplomatic but you did an amazing job and you
beat the hell out of everybody and you won by far more than anybody.
Trace, you ended up with a number one single, you ended up great,
you have an amazing family,
beautiful children, you really are a special guy, a special human being, a beautiful guy.
I'll always love you.
But for tonight, Piers, you're the Celebrity Apprentice.
APPLAUSE AND CHEERING
It's been a really great season.
We'll see you next year, we're going to be around for a long time!
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