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‘Celebrity Apprentice’ Spoilers – Both Teams Make Big Mistakes in Week 10 Challenge!

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In Week 10 of “Celebrity Apprentice” 2012, both teams make big mistakes on their projects, according to the latest previews.

Teams Forte and Unanimous have the challenge of creating a new ad display for Donald Trump’s new cologne called “Success.” Clay Aiken will be project manager for Forte while and Aubrey O’Day will be project manager for team Unanimous.

In one “Celebrity Apprentice” 2012 spoiler, Penn Jillette is adamant his ideas are the ones to go with for the ad campaign and Clay gets irrirated. Aubrey does her best to shun Arsenio Hall — thinking she’s being subtle in her attempts to avoid a big blow out with him like she did in episode 7. She puts him and Teresa Giudice in charge of making runs to supply stores to keep them both out of her way. When Eric Trump checks up on her team’s progress for the cologne project Aubrey immediately bashes her teammates, finding fault, and basically throws them under the bus. Eric knows if Unanimous wins the challenge Aubrey will take the credit and if they come back to the boardroom, she’ll blame them completely.

How will Lisa Lampanelli and Dayana Mendoza get along in this episode? Lisa has been outright mean to Dayana and all her attempts to be a key player in challenges before. On the April 22nd episode of “Celebrity Apprentice,” the spoilers indicate Lisa is far nicer to Dayana –not necessarily more “respectful.”

In other “Celebrity Apprentice” spoilers, Lisa takes it upon herself to spy on Aubrey’s team. She worries when their displays are too much alike. Clay grows concerned this will impact the judges’ evaluation of his team’s creativity.

When the judges arrive to see the final product, both teams realize they made big mistakes. When Aubrey hears George observe the structures meant to be buildings, were in his eyes Rolls Royce grilles. He also noted the silhouette of Eric Trump looked nothing like his father…and since the cologne represents Donald Trump, that was a bad move.

On Clay’s team they give an excellent presentation. Clay impresses the executives with his speech about Trump’s cologne and how it represents success. When he concludes what he planned to say, he asks for questions. The execs aren’t ready for him to stop talking up the product and Clay has nothing else to add. What happens next?

Which team will have a contestant up on the chopping block? Spoilers indicate Clay’s team loses and it’s possible Penn is eliminated. Find out when “Celebrity Apprentice” airs Sunday, April 22nd on NBC at 9:00 p.m., ET/PT.

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