Brandi Glanville (The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills) and Lorenzo Lamas attended last week’s Television Press Critics Association Tour in Pasadena, Ca. to promote The Celebrity Apprentice, and although it is reality show that brings charitable organizations to the forefront, that doesn’t mean the show is easy as pie.
Glanville talked about the rigors of doing The Celebrity Apprentice , and amidst the backstabbing and manipulations that surround Donald Trump’s boardroom, there’s also a ton of material that’s left on the cutting room floor. Says Glanville:
There’s so much that we do work wise that is not shown. So all of a sudden, we have this beautiful tent and we’re throwing a charity event – we put the tent up, we got our hands dirty, we worked 18 hours a day. And that’s not shown. The episodes go by and it’s so friendly and easy and fun. It does not look hard at all . . . They broke us down. They really did.
In the video below (which also features comments from Lorenzo Lamas), Glanville explains why she sees The Celebrity Apprentice as a “human chess game.”
A new installment of The Celebrity Apprentice, with an appearance by late entertainer Joan Rivers, airs tonight on NBC (8 pm et/pt).
— Brandi Glanville (@BrandiGlanville) January 16, 2015