Actor Stephen Baldwin has been eliminated from the business-themed competition
series "All-Star Celebrity Apprentice" in New York.
"Be like Mr. Trump. Be willing to absolutely disregard your morals and your character in order to be successful," the star of "The Usual Suspects" told his fellow competitors after judge and executive producer Donald Trump fired him on Sunday night's episode.
Celebrities previously eliminated from the show this season are NBA star Dennis Rodman, reality TV personality Omarosa Manigault, model Claudia Jordan, rockers Dee Snider and Bret Michaels, and singer LaToya Jackson.
Still in the competition are actor Gary Busey, singer Lil' Jon, actress Lisa Rinna, country star Trace Adkins, model Brande Roderick, magician Penn Jillette and actress Marilu Henner.
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