In her taxicab confession, she says no one likes to be fired and she's now been fired by two of her mentors (the other being Barbara Walters) from roles on television. She says she understands, though, and should have stepped in and said it's not going right. She says the first time she decided not to take control, she ended up on the chopping block. "Lesson learned." I guess the lesson is to be even more of a control freak? That can't be good for anyone who comes into contact with her again ever.
Next week: Before the next task begins, Trump tells them he's going to fire two more people before the next task. So it's time to bring in the past three winners to interview the four remaining folks and cut them down to two. That's right. That means Piers! Joan! Bret! And then Trump will fire two (my guess is Lil Jon and Meat Loaf will be fired, but I'd rather it be Marlee and Meat Loaf; I want an all Jo(h)ns finale) and the final task will begin.
DeAnn, a writer and editor in Portland, Oregon, can't believe how quickly we're going from seven contestants to two. Not that I'm complaining. You can contact her at firstname.lastname@example.org.