Bret Michaels in tears after 'Celeb Apprentice' firing?
Rocker reportedly 'distraught' when the Donald gave him the boot
If it seemed like Bret Michaels took it hard when Donald Trump fired him on Sunday's "Celebrity Apprentice," it was worse than it looked.
"Bret was crying and totally distraught after he was fired," a show insider told Radar Online. "Bret totally went into the show believing he was going to win again. He couldn't believe it that he was let go so quickly. It was brutal to watch him freaking out the way he did."
In case you missed it -- and the low ratings imply you did -- the boardroom elimination came down to the former Poison frontman and La Toya Jackson and Trump decided to give Michaels, a former "Celebrity Apprentice" winner, the boot. The aging rocker was the only past winner to come back for the all-star edition.
"I got hired big on the show, and I've been fired big," Michaels said on CBS' "The Talk" Monday, adding that he was shocked and heartbroken. "I thought they were punking me."
"All-Star Celebrity Apprentice" airs Sundays at 9 p.m. ET/PT on NBC.
Bret was only fired because Trump didn't want him to win again.
Last season the show was a joke.
Aubrey was the most intelligent person on the show, she had all the ideas and made Hall and Aitken look good during challenges.
Trump allowed Arsenio to disrespect her on the air, that was it for me, so classless.
I am more upset when I see homeless veterans on the street that cannot get essential help from the government they served,or upset for the diabetic that makes just enough money working,falls through the cracks and cannot afford adequate food or medication or children that live in poverty and violent homes.someone has his priorities messed up,boo hoo donald trump made me cry.who the F is trump with out his money?Or brett for that fact...
I kind of feel bad for him. Maybe he was so upset because it was important to him. Maybe it was important to him for reasons we don't understand or there were circumstances we don't know about. You can't decide for someone else what is important to them and why. Obviously he's not living in the day to day reality that most of us are because he is wealthy and well known, but that doesn't make it wrong of him to get upset about something we find trivial. Give the guy a break. I'm sure I've cried over dumber things. The only difference is there weren't 100 news articles about it the next day.