Trace Adkins says he's out to win on "All-Star Celebrity Apprentice." The country star explains that his strategy included making a bold stance from the start. Trace was one of Donald Trump's hand-picked first team leaders, and the singer says he used that position to make sure everyone knew he meant business. He also recalls how he told his teammates they needed to deliver - in the form of a reality check.
Adkins explains that he knew he had to compete in a different way and this time come on strong right away, because everybody he was up against also had previous experience on the show.
So far his efforts have paid off - he's in the finale. Adkins is facing off against Penn Jillette in the reality show's final challenge - to develop a new flavor for Walgreens' ice cream brand, along with the packaging and a promotional video promotional video for the product.
They also have to organize and host VIP events for the product, and sell up to 50 tickets for the event. Viewers will see how each of them fare in the task and learn the "All-Star Celebrity Apprentice" winner on the season finale, airing on NBC Sunday night.
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