Trace Adkins Traded to Losing “Celebrity Apprentice” Team

Omarosa & Trace Adkins
photo by Douglas Gorenstein/NBC

At the beginning of the all-star season of Celebrity Apprentice, Donald Trump made Trace Adkins one of the captains to pick teams. Trace initially picked a winner, personally leading his "Plan B" team to victory the first week, and helping them to wins in subsequent weeks.

But no good deed goes unpunished, especially on reality TV: In the latest episode (March 30), Trump switched Trace to the depleted losers' team, a move the country star didn't love.

"I don't like you very much right now," Trace boomed in his bass voice, causing the Donald to chuckle.

"That's OK, a lot of people don't like me," the Boss responded.

Yes, Trace's new team continued its losing ways in an art-sale challenge. But Trace's individual performance remained high, as he brought in wads of donations from friends.

"Good job, Trace; I'm so proud of you," the Donald said.

The country star survived the boardroom as Trace and the rest of the competitors bid a fond adieu to Omarosa.

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