Dayana Mendoza has finally heard those two ill-fated words from Donald Trump:“You’re Fired!”
After making it through being in the bottom of the boardroom six times, Mendoza’s ride on "Celebrity Apprentice" has ended.
Faced with the challenge of creating a jingle for the RV club, Good Sam, Medonza’s Team Forte, including Clay Aiken and Lisa Lampanelli, lost to their competitors.
In the boardroom, both Aiken and Lampanelli threw Mendoza under the bus.
"It was like the blind leading the seeing," Aiken said of Mendoza’s performance during the challenge.
Celebrity Apprentice: Patricia Velasquez and Dayana Mendoza Top Contenders
Celebrity Apprentice: Patricia Velasquez Loses, While Trump Criticizes Mendoza’s Man
Dayana Mendoza Fires Back at Lisa Lampanelli's Ethnic Slur
Celebrity Apprentice: Dayana Mendoza’s Fight to End AIDS in Latino Community
Dayana Mendoza: Ready To Take Charge on The Celebrity Apprentice
Best Pix of the Week
Babes in Arms in Venezuela?
Former Miss Venezuela Loses Battle with Breast Cancer
Venezuela's Sixth Miss World Title
Lampanelli, who has already been under scrutiny for using a ethnic slur against Mendoza, did not have anything nice to say about the beauty queen either.
“With all due respect, there’s nothing going on ‘up here,’” Lampanelli said.
But even with the support of castmate Aubrey O’Day, who was quick to chime in to Mendoza's defense, the 2008 Miss Universe's fate on the show was already sealed.
Offering best wishes, the Trumpster sent his mentee packing.
But don’t feel bad for Mendoza, who said in an exclusive interview with Hollywoodlife.com that she is happy to be "unemployed."
“It was a relief for me,” Mendoza told the gossip site.
“It’s frustrating to work with people who don’t want to work with you, and it was just my time," said the Venezuelan beauty. "I was happy to know that, at the end of the day, I did what I came to do. I raised more money than I ever thought I could, not only for my charity but for other charities. And it's all for a good cause, so all the screaming and the yelling was worth it.”
As Mendoza told FOX News Latino earlier in the season, “It was an honor for me to be on the 'Celebrity Apprentice' representing my community..”
You can reach Kacy Capobres at:
Kacy.Capobres@foxnewslatino.com or via Twitter: @KacyJayne