Richard Hatch Fired for Not Raising Funds on 'Celebrity Apprentice'

April 04, 2011 03:39:15 GMT

Jose Canseco, meanwhile, voluntarily left the show to be with his ill father who has taken a turn for the worst.


Richard Hatch Fired for Not Raising Funds on 'Celebrity Apprentice'
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After David Cassidy was sent home in the first week of "The Celebrity Apprentice", Richard Hatch is the second member of men team who got fired. Donald Trump seemingly had no difficulty in making the decision after learning that Hatch raised the least amount of money during the task.

But the drama did not take place in the board room as it often happens. In fact, the showdown was between Meat Loaf and Gary Busey in which the former accused the latter of stealing his paint. After yelling at Busey, Loaf was left embarrassed as his bag of art was actually sitting in the corner.

On April 3, ASAP and Backbone were tasked to raise money as much as possible through an art auction. They were also asked to design a baseball cap and the best one gets cash for their charity. La Toya Jackson's came out as the winner.

Although coming late to the gallery due to traffic jam, the women team managed to outdo the men with $986,000 for their charity. The men, meanwhile, raised more than $600,000. In total, the two teams raised more money tonight than in entire seasons of "Celebrity Apprentice".

Hatch was not the only person quitting the reality show for Jose Canseco had voluntarily left early in the episode because his father is sick and is getting worse. Trump gave $25,000 to Canseco's charity, which helps minor league baseball players with medical needs.

© AceShowbiz.com




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