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The Apprentice: Where are they now

#1/11: Top Apprentices
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#1/11: Top Apprentices
The Top 10 Apprentices: Where are they now?
#3/11: Kelly Perdew
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#3/11: Kelly Perdew
According to Perdew's LinkedIn profile, he's staying busy... like, really busy. His current jobs include cofounder and CEO of TargetClose, chairman of the Digital Council for Electronic Retailing Association and board member at 405labs Inc., APX Labs and RideScout. He's also supposedly involved with 19 other companies. We don't know what half of them are, but good for Kevin!
#4/11: Katrina Campins
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#4/11: Katrina Campins
Since The Apprentice, Katrina Campins has continued to be the owner of Campins Company, a boutique real estate brokerage firm. In addition, she is a correspondent for ESPN and CNBC. She also hosts a weekly South Florida show called Step Inside with Katrina Campins.
#5/11: Omarosa Stallworth
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#5/11: Omarosa Stallworth
Oh, Omarosa. Undoubtedly the most well-known member of The Apprentice Season 1 cast, Omarosa has milked every moment of her 15 minutes. She went on to act in a number of daytime and reality TV shows, participated in New York Fashion Week and developed her own clothing line.
#6/11: Piers Morgan
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#6/11: Piers Morgan
Piers Morgan now provides Twitter commentary on all things Benedict Cumberbatch. Just kidding — it was just one time. But seriously, when he's not posting 25-plus tweets a day about politics and pop culture (which is rare), he's writing for MailOnline, a section of the Daily Mail. His CNN show Piers Morgan Live ended in March 2014 due to low ratings.
#7/11: Joan Rivers
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#7/11: Joan Rivers
Joan Rivers sadly passed away Sept. 4, 2014, during a relatively simple and routine throat procedure. A federal report regarding Rivers' death revealed that her blood pressure and pulse rapidly declined during the procedure for 15 minutes before her care providers noticed and began resuscitation. Additionally, a staff member accidentally gave Rivers' double the amount of anesthetic she was supposed to receive, and the medical director of the clinic took a selfie with Rivers on the operating table while physicians were performing the procedure. Rivers' daughter, Melissa, is suing the NYC clinic.
#8/11: Bret Michaels
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#8/11: Bret Michaels
Bret Michaels is a trooper. At the end of 2014, Michaels was in six hospitals in only two weeks because of kidney problems. Luckily, after a round of surgeries, Michaels quickly bounced back and continued his tour. Poison bandmate Peter Evick said Michaels' mantra is, "I'm gonna go until I can't go anymore." With that said, he's still going and has plenty of concerts scheduled in 2015.
#9/11: Gary Busey
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#9/11: Gary Busey
Gary Busey is hard at work promoting Hardee's new Bacon Velveeta Patty Meltdown in TV and radio ads alongside WWE champion Brock Lesnar. He's also working on his Buseyism prints, which are described on his site as autographed 8 x 10 fine art prints. I think my favorite is his Buseyism for "Fun," which stands for "Finally Understanding Nothing." Deep stuff.
#10/11: Arsenio Hall
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#10/11: Arsenio Hall
After The Arsenio Hall Show was canceled in 2014, Hall has been performing his stand-up comedy and doing Zumba. That is all.
#11/11: Trace Adkins
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#11/11: Trace Adkins
Trace Adkins wrapped up 2014 with his Celtic-influenced Christmas Show Tour and welcomed the new year by releasing a 20-track concert DVD called Live Country! The DVD was filmed at the Paramount Theatre in New York and showcased Adkins performing two hours of his biggest hits. What's next? Adkins is slated to appear in the upcoming film Roadrunner alongside Clint Eastwood's son, Scott.
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