Two women have made the finals of "The Apprentice" (search) for the first time.
Kendra Todd (search), 28, of Boynton Beach, Fla., and Tana Goertz (search), 37, of West Des Moines, Iowa, emerged as the two finalists on the NBC reality series last night following the dismissal of Craig Williams (search), 37, of Conley, Ga.
Williams was canned following a series of intensive interviews with four CEOs —David Brandon of Domino's Pizza, Darlene Daggett of QVC, Howard Lorber of Prudential Douglas Elliman and Greg Brenneman of Burger King.
After interviewing all three remaining contestants, the execs told Donald Trump they were least impressed with Williams, and he was fired.
Todd and Goertz were then assigned new tasks, which will play out over the next two episodes of "The Apprentice," culminating in the show's season finale on Thursday, May 19, when one of them will be hired.