Bryan, West become celebrity apprentices
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Bryan, West become celebrity apprentices

Monday, April 12, 2010 – Luke Bryan and Emily West are featured in this week's episode of NBC's Celebrity Apprentice. The two teams compete to figure out what it takes to be a country star.

Judging the competition are Mike Culotta (Program Director for WQYK in Tampa, FL), Pete Fisher (General Manager of the Grand Ole Opry) and Cynthia Sanz (Editor for PEOPLE Country).

"Spending a few days hanging out with the cast of Celebrity Apprentice was really like a dream sequence only I was awake," said West. "I kept saying to myself, 'soak up every single moment.....and look good at all times.'"

Season 1 Celebrity Apprentice runner-up Trace Adkins returns to the show as a boardroom advisor for the episode.

Bryan and West also will perform their current singles Rain Is A Good Thing and Blue Sky respectively.


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