CANDIDATES SING A NEW SONG ON NBC'S "THE APPRENTICE"
CANDIDATES SING A NEW SONG ON NBC'S "THE APPRENTICE" (NOVEMBER 17, 9-10 PM ET/PT)
NEW YORK - Nov. 15, 2005 - Candidates sing a new song when Donald Trump asks the teams to produce, write and create a song, which will play live, on-air for XM Satellite Radio on NBC's "The Apprentice," (Thurs., Nov. 17, 9-10 pm ET/PT).
The first order of business begins when Clay adamantly asks Trump for a change, thus evening out the two teams. Trump then delivers their latest task - to choose an unsigned singer/ songwriter to work with, write an original song, and supervise the production of a song to be played live, on-air for one of XM's premiere stations - XM Cafe. Both teams will have access to professional musicians to help them out. The team whose song best fits the format of XM Cafe, as judged by XM satellite radio executives, wins.
One team hits a high note with rave reviews while the other team's song falls flat. The winning team flies with Trump in his helicopter for a private skyline tour. Back in the boardroom, Trump's frustration with the losing team is noted as he remarks, "I don't think any of you should be proud of the performance this week..."
"EXCEL": Rebecca, Randal
"CAPITAL EDGE": Alla, Felisha, Adam, Clay
"The Apprentice" is produced by Mark Burnett Productions. Mark Burnett, Jay Bienstock and Donald J. Trump are executive producers. Conrad Riggs and Kevin Harris are co-executive producers.