Arnold Schwarzenegger Replaces Donald Trump As ‘The Celebrity Apprentice’ Host
Reality game show “The Celebrity Apprentice” has pulled in Arnold Schwarzenegger, the former California Governor as show host. He will be replacing the television personality and real estate developer Donald Trump from next season. Read on to get the complete scoop.
According to Entertainment Weekly, NBC made an announcement recently, stating that the new season will be thrilling and exciting as the show has international star Arnold Schwarzenegger as new host of the show.
The president of alternative and late night programming Paul Telegdy said that the former governor is a well-known name in the fields of entertainment, business and politics. He himself is a follower of the show since its inception. The show will return with new season next year with Schwarzenegger as CEO.
NBC replaced former host Donald Trump after his derogatory remark on Mexican immigrant adding to his announcement of his candidacy for his presidential run which severed the alliance.
Mark Burnett, the executive producer of the show, said that trump left the show as he prioritized his political run over the show but he clearly wanted the show to go on for raising funds which the new host is very well capable off. Schwarzenegger has a deep vast knowledge in multiple areas and he himself is a big brand name which will take the franchise to new level.
Schwarzenegger quoted in an interview that he is a big fan of the show and is very excited to undergo challenges of business and teamwork to raise funds for worthy causes. Fans are eager to watch him on the show and how different he appears from former host Donald Trump. Arnold Schwarzenegger is likely to eliminate contestant with the phrase “You’re terminated.”
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