Tuesday, February 01, 2005

Donald Trump Signs On For 4th and 5th Seasons Of The Apprentice Show

Newly married billionaire Donald Trump isn't letting the little lady get in the way of his daytime work.
Indeed, Trump will be on hand Friday morning to scour through another group of "Apprentice" wanna-bes.
Producers will set up shop at - no surprise - the Trump Building at 40 Wall St.
Wristbands will be distributed to those on line at 8 a.m. Doors open and interviews will begin for future players at 9 a.m.
Besides Trump - who two weeks ago tied the knot with model Melania Knauss in Palm Beach, Fla. - former "Apprentice" winners Bill Rancic and Kelly Perdew will also be on hand for some of the auditions.
In the past, thousands of people have tried out in New York, sometimes getting to the location the night before the doors open.
Players are attempting to make the cut for the fourth cycle of "The Apprentice," in which Trump and two trusted colleagues whittle down a field of players to find a future Trump employee.
Production on the show will begin in April.
For this season, "The Apprentice," on NBC, will pit players without college degrees against those who have them.
So far, the challenges have run from creating a new burger for Burger King to revamping a run-down hotel in Seaside Heights, N.J.
Although Trump had said he was likely to renew his deal for the show, confirmation did not come until after his wedding. In addition to getting hitched, Trump has signed on for both a fourth and fifth season of "The Apprentice."


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