Sue Duncan Children's Center Selected as Celebrity Apprentice Beneficiary

OMAROSA Honoring Michael Clarke Duncan by Competing for His Childhood Charity

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Reality TV star OMAROSA will be competing on behalf of Chicago’s south side children during her return to “The Apprentice.” She is honoring the path of her late fiancé, Michael Clarke Duncan, by designating the Sue Duncan Children’s Center as her charity of choice in the upcoming season of “All-Star Celebrity Apprentice.” Duncan, a native of Chicago, credited the Center for putting him on the path to success during his childhood.

As one of Donald Trump’s first season contestants, OMAROSA captivated the country with her bold, no holds barred business savvy on “The Apprentice.” NBC announced her return to the show as a member of its all-star line-up for next season’s “All-Star Celebrity Apprentice,” scheduled to air in March 2013.

As in past seasons, OMAROSA and other celebrity contestants will be charged with critical fundraising tasks to benefit their charities of choice. In previous seasons, Holly Robinson Peete raised $600,000 and Marlee Matlin raised $1 million for their respective charities, raising the bar for contestant fundraising.

To support OMAROSA’s effort please contact OMAROSA at omarosa4duncan@gmail.com.

For updates on OMAROSA’s appearance on the upcoming season of “All-Star Celebrity Apprentice,” follow her on Twitter: www.twitter.com/OMAROSA or visit her website at www.OMAROSA.com.

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