Cheryl Tiegs may have been the first one fired from the fifth season of Donald Trump’s “The Celebrity Apprentice” for being too nice, but that isn’t stopping the former supermodel from going on the attack outside of the show.
Tiegs was a guest of “The Wendy Williams Show” and “Access Hollywood Live” on Monday to talk about her experience, and by the sound of it, it wasn’t pleasant.
“It was very mean spirited, and I didn’t like bullying in high school, let alone as an adult,” she told Williams, who laughed and asked if she had ever seen the show.
Tiegs noted that she had, but was out to change conceptions about competition.
“… I’d been working on teams all my life, but I’ve been nice, and I’ve been kind and I’ve been good. So I thought I’d bring something to ‘Celebrity Apprentice,’ I’m going to let America know that you don’t have to be backstabbing, mean spirited in order to win a challenge.”
On “Access Hollywood Live,” she said that she would have had a better chance if she was working on the men’s team.
“Well, the women’s team — they were rather tough to work with,” she told Billy Bush and Kit Hoover. “I liked the men’s team a lot and still keep in touch with a lot of them.”
The show also recently hosted Donald Trump to talk about the new season. During the interview, Trump also revealed who the biggest villain will be this time time around. Here’s the clip…