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Outspoken Vegan Funny Lady Carol Leifer Joins New Season Of Celebrity Apprentice

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Vegan comedians and trashy reality television…does it get any better than that?!!!

News broke this week that Carol Leifer is the latest celebrity to join the new cast of Celebrity Apprentice, premiering March 14, on NBC.

Leifer is a writer, producer and comedian who’s latest book When You Lie About Your Age, The Terrorists Win is on the shelves now. She also just happens to be a rockstar for the animals and a mean, green vegan warrior!

Leifer joins Darryl Strawberry, Cyndi Lauper, Bret Michaels, Maria Kanellis, Holly Robinson Peete, Goldberg, Sharon Osbourne, Michael Johnson, Selita Ebanks, Sinbad, Rod Blagojevich, Curtis Stone and Summer Sanders.

On the show, stars team up to compete in a series of business-centric tasks around New York City.  Of course, all the profits from the projects will be donated to charities of their choice. We’re betting Leifer picks a groovy animal charity.

Are you excited about Carol representing on Celebrity Apprentice? Chime in and tell us if you’ll be watching this season!

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