*The new cast of NBC’s “Celebrity Apprentice 5″ outed themselves in New York last week as they participated in what appeared to be a sandwich-making competition for the upcoming season, according to the blog Reality Blurred.
Former talk show host Arsenio Hall and “Making the Band” vet Aubrey O’Day are said to be among a cast that includes Victoria Gotti, “Real Housewives of New Jersey” star Teresa Guidice, “American Idol” favorite Clay Aiken, race-car driver Marco Andretti, radio and TV personality Adam Carolla, “Wayne’s World” muse Tia Carrere, former bodybuilder and “Incredible Hulk” star Lou Ferrigno, “Shake Your Love” singer Debbie Gibson, magician Penn Jillette, “American Chopper” dad Paul Teutal, models Cheryl Tiegs and Patricia Velasquez, former Miss Universe Dayana Mendoza, Twisted Sister frontman Dee Snider, foul-mouthed funny lady Lisa Lampanelli and actor George Takei, known worldwide as Sulu from “Star Trek.”
According to an eyewitness report from EW.com, Tiegs and Mendoza descended on New York’s West 52nd Street to lure customers with flyers, while the rest of the female team set up shop at Cafe Metro to serve customers.
The culinary offerings included Giudice’s “Hot-Blooded Housewife Hoagie” (which consisted of Italian meats on Focaccia bread, and carried an eye-popping $100 price tag), and Gibson’s “Teen Dream” grilled-cheese sandwich, which ran for a far more modest $20.
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