Both teams struggled with their task on the latest installment of "All-Star Celebrity Apprentice," but it was a lack of proofreading that proved fatal for one team. The task was to create an advertising campaign for Donald Trump's wife's skincare line. Melania Trump had developed the line and was bringing it to market.
Dennis Rodman stepped up as team leader for the beleaguered Team Power, who'd lost four challenges in a row. Could he turn things around? Only if he could spell Melania.
Unfortunately, no one on Team Power noticed that they'd spelled it "Milania" throughout their presentation. As her name was in their tagline, it was a glaring error. And considering she was judging them -- Rolling Stone thought the look on her face was priceless -- it was a rather unforgivable one as well.
Entertainment Weekly thought the whole thing was "amazing," in the worst possible way. SheKnows agreed, marveling the one thing they had to get right, they got wrong. That's a fundamental that they blew, and it was inexcusable.
In the end, Dennis Rodman was fired for the error. The other team lucked out on that one. Had Rodman's team spelled her name right, they might have faced elimination for calling her a spokesperson for the product, rather than the developer.
See who gets fired next on "All-Star Celebrity Apprentice," Sundays at 10 p.m. ET on NBC.
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