For a good while before the start of “The Celebrity Apprentice” this season, we genuinely wondered whether or not the Kenya Moore vs. Brandi Glanville feud was something that was a legitimate storyline for TV purposes, or really instead something that was mostly brought up for show.
Why did we wonder this? It stems mostly from the fact that until now, most of the footage that the showed of the two ladies was spent with so many quick cuts, it felt like most of it was created just to hype you up about something that wasn’t quite there. This is apparently going to change based on the preview NBC unveiled after this episode.
During this preview, it felt like at some point soon, Kenya and Brandi were going to really begin sniping, and they did not have much of a reason to do so before now because it was not really relevant to their task. In some ways, this is probably smart for them. Each one of them is on TV because they bring drama, so why not carry that over? It’s an added incentive for producers / Donald Trump to want to keep you. From the women, we’d say that we’re worried about Jamie Anderson and Kate Gosselin. They both contributed in the task, but we could see them being early casualties either for not bringing the craziness, or in Kate’s case, being an easy target. Many of the other women are not fans so far.
As for the men, it seems like that Kevin Jonas vs. Geraldo Rivera feud is going to be quite the big deal, with the two going at each other in a different way moving forward. This will be interesting to follow, given that they both know their stuff, but are of completely different generations and have different skill sets.
Luckily, we’re only waiting until tomorrow to find out.
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