Donald Trump wants Lindsay Lohan, Paris Hilton and Britney Spears to appear on the celebrity version of his reality show, “The Apprentice.”
“Everybody wants to be on ‘The Apprentice,’” he insisted. “We are choosing people right now. It’s hard; we’re telling a lot of people they can’t be on the show.”
So why would Britney, Paris and Lindsay, whom the New York Post calls “The Bimbo Trio,” be good for the show?
“Right now, they’re in various stages of stress,” The Donald explained to “Extra.” “I've always known Britney, I know Lindsay, I know Paris, there are talks going on. We'll see what happens.”
If Britney, Paris and Lindsay join the show, they’d be joined by Carmen Electra, Joan Rivers and the original “Apprentice” bad girl Omarosa.
Who won’t be a part of the show?
Rosie O’Donnell, of course.
But “Extra” couldn’t stop The Donald from giving his view of her replacement, Whoopi Goldberg.
“I think Whoopi will be wonderful,” he said. “I’m not sure that the show is going to change that much, but I think Whoopi is going to do a great job.”
Trump buried the hatchet when talk turned to today’s news that rival real estate mogul Leona Helmsley, who was long called the “Queen of Mean,” had died.
“She did have a heart," Trump said. "Somewhere very down deep she had a heart. In my own perverse way, I'm probably going to miss Leona.”