Tuesday, April 4, 2006

‘Apprentice’ Judges How Trump-A-Likes Work It

SANTA MONICA, Calif. (Wireless Flash - FlashNews) – If you can’t be hired by Donald Trump, try being like Donald Trump.

That’s what some reality show fans will be doing in Santa Monica, California today (Apr. 4) thanks to a Trump-A-Like contest being sponsored by the Learning Annex.

The contest will be judged by former Apprentice winner Kendra Todd, who will grade participants on how well their hair mimics the Donald, their scowl and, of course, the way they say “You’re fired.”

Todd says the key to imitating Trump is realizing that, while he’s “a shark,” he’s also “self- deprecating, charming, mindful and flattering.”

She figures that since Los Angeles is home to lots of actors, she’ll probably see some of the best Trumps in the country.

But Todd won’t have much time to judge them. After the contest is over, she has to fly back to Palm Beach, Florida, where she is helping to renovate one of Trump’s properties, a private residence worth $125 million.

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