After Tia Carrere was fired by Donald Trump on Sunday night's "Celebrity Apprentice," she stopped by "Good Day NY" (weekdays, 7 a.m. ET on Fox) to talk about the experience. Just as she did on the show, Carrere kept it classy and refused to blame Lisa Lampanelli or Aubrey O'Day for the failure of the women's team's viral video for O'Cedar mop. Instead, she fell on her sword -- or mop, as it were -- and took ownership of the team's loss.
"If I wanted to be that person and throw them under the bus as it were, I could have thrown Lisa Lampenelli and Aubrey O'Day under the bus, but I did not," she said. When host Greg Kelly suggested the other ladies were jealous of Carrere's good looks, she thanked him for the compliment and again tried to stay above the fray.
"You know what I realized about this show, is it takes all kinds in this world, and I am not that kind. It was fun, and when it wasn't fun anymore ... " she reflected, before trailing off.
But nonetheless, Carrere focused on the positive of the experience. "I learned a lot of new things, putting together marketing campaigns, doing a voiceover ... writing copy, it was a lot of fun, and I like coming up with things under pressure," she explained.
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