‘All-Star Celebrity Apprentice’ finale preview: Penn Jillette goes all out with Las Vegas

All-Star Celebrity ApprenticeWho is going to win “All-Star Celebrity Apprentice”? It is hard to come up with what is necessarily a concise answer to that right about now, but it is slightly easier to figure out who should win. While we’ll have more of an in-depth look at this tomorrow, it is fairly clear from this perspective that Penn Jillette should have the edge almost without a doubt. Not only is he undefeated as a Project Manager, but he has a stronger win/loss record than Trace Adkins, and also has seemed to be more tuned-in to the competitions all season long (which cannot always be easy to do given how silly some of them are).

So how is Penn faring in this final task? As you saw this past week, this was all about trying to design the perfect ice cream flavor for Walgreen’s, and both he and Trace had some great ideas and also some issues. While Penn has the luxury of his longtime sidekick Lisa Rinna being on his team, he also has a bit of a disadvantage. While Trace has people on his team he has worked with before, Penn was saddled with Dennis Rodman and La Toya Jackson, who he was never on the same team with all season long.

Is he still making the best of it? Sure. He has set up a massive Las Vegas theme for his launch party, and some of the biggest names in entertainment are there. The Blue Man Group showed up yet again to support their friend, as did his longtime sidekick in Teller. He also has dancers, and Wayne Newton, judging on the video below, managed to also make it.

While Penn sets up the event, Trace looks somewhat stunned. He has a great lineup of people in the country community, but we think that he is up against something that has a bit more range among all Americans. Not everyone likes country music, after all.

For us as viewers, we just hope to be entertained no matter what happens. Since we already know that the show has been renewed for another season, there is no real reason to worry that this will be the end of Trump firing people for the time being.

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