'Celebrity Apprentice': And the fired celebrity is...

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Remember when Lisa Lampanelli was all nice and sweet to Dayana Mendoza last week? Yeah, that was last week. The feud was back on and in full effect tonight as Lisa yelled, screamed, and cursed her guts out at Miss Universe. And she wasn’t the only one fed up with the beauty queen. My full recap will be up at 2am (UPDATE: Click her for Dalton’s full Celebrity Apprentice recap), but if you can’t wait to sound off on what happened and who was fired, then read on for more. [SPOILER ALERT: Read on only if you have already watched Sunday’s episode of The Celebrity Apprentice.]

Tasked with writing and performing a jingle while avoiding the creepy gaze of a Good Sam mascot, both teams had their fair share of drama. Over on Unanimous, Aubrey O’Day dissed and dismissed Project Manager Arsenio Hall at every opportunity, while also making derogatory comments that Arsenio was a gay man who liked to dress up in cheerleading outfits. Comments that no doubt absolutely thrilled the GLSEN charity she came on the show to represent.

Meanwhile, the infighting on Forte was even more intense as Lisa blew several gaskets after Dayana informed Don Jr. that she spoke loud. Lisa responded with a slew of words I cannot print here without getting fired, but you can probably figure them out. Clay Aiken also became frustrated with Project Manager Dayana’s lack of musical knowledge and insistence on having input into his performance. In the end, Arsenio’s team won, and Dayana — who refused to engage Lisa in a screaming match in or out of the Boardroom — was fired.

My recap will be up soon, but you can sound off right here and right now. Did Lisa cross a line (or about 20 of them)? Did the right person get fired? And can you believe Teresa Giudice is still hanging around? Hit the message boards and let us know, and for more Celebrity Apprentice news and views you can follow me on Twitter @DaltonRoss.


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