Celebrity Apprentice 2012 Prediction: Who Will Win?




Tonight we will know who is the Celebrity Apprentice 2012 winner, so who’s it going to be? Both of the top 2 finalists have won a couple of tasks during their times as project managers, and served as strong support systems for other Celebrity Apprentice 2012 cast celebrities during the season.  Based on winning and losing tasks as managers, they are basically equal.  So what will give one the edge of the other? Let’s evaluate the final two conteders for the title and give you our Celebrity Apprentice 2012 prediction for the winner! If you missed the last episode of the show, then beware of Celebrity Appentice spoilers below!

 

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The final two contestants are Arsenio Hall and Clay Aiken.  Tonight we will know who is the Celebrity Apprentice 2012 winner, so who’s it going to be?

Both, Arsenio Hall and Clay Aiken, have won a couple of tasks as managers, and been strong support systems for other Celebrity Apprentice 2012 contestants.  Based on winning and losing tasks as managers, they are basically equal.  So what will give one the edge of the other?

Why Arsenio Hall Could Win

Arsenio Hall, beside his outburst against fellow Celebrity Apprentice 2012 contestant Aubrey O’Day, has been one of the most mild manner and humble celebrities on the show. His ability to keep cool under pressure (once again, not including the Aubrey O’Day battle), and how he helped the men’s team in many of their early victories might have impressed Donald Trump enough to crown him the winner.

Arsenio Hall’s passion for the show proves he’s zealous about winning. Donald Trump usually admires the contestant that constantly drives toward the finish line. Clay Aiken has not been as vocal about his desire to win as Arsenio Hall.

Arsenio Hall has been a little more creative than Clay Aiken, constantly offering unusual ideas during the brainstorming portions of the show.  Additionally, he enforced his great writing skills constantly contributing great story ideas to his team, like during the Medieval Times task.

Arsenio Hall’s team’s idea for the final task’s ad campaign  seems more original than Clay Aiken’s team’s idea, and that could give him an edge to win.

Arsenio has been emotionally involved in his charity all season, even breaking down crying when he won his first challenge as manager. Donald Trump seems to admire that softer emotional side of him. All the contestants have emotional ties to their charities, but Arsenio Hall is one of the few to really show it.

And  What Could Cost Him

All these things have been giving him points in Donald Trump’s eyes, but his lack of firm leadership might cost him the victory. In the last couple tasks, he’s been taking a more backseat approach by letting his team take the lead. Sometimes, he even offered minimal help and support to his team, and gave little to no real instructions to them.  Mr. Trump likes aggressive leadership, even if it leads to a loss, as he has expressed numerous times. Thus, Arsenio’s lazy approach to leadership could make Trump not entrust him with the Celebrity Apprentice 2012 winner title.

Why Clay Aiken Could Win

Clay Aiken has helped many of the previous task managers win, showing he’s an excellent team player. A couple of disagreements with Penn Jillette,  Dayana Mendoza, and, recently, Debbie Gibbson has not created as much fire as Arsenio Hall’s fight with Aubrey O’Day; thus, still making  him likable to most of the other contestants.  One needs to be respected and liked by their colleagues to be a good leader, and Clay Aiken has the slight edge on that front.

Unlike Arsenio, Clay is a pretty aggressive leader. He gives people specific tasks and instructions and makes sure he knows what’s going on all the time. Donald Trump, as stated previously, generally favors aggressive leaders. Clay Aiken is also more aggressive in general than Arsenio Hall, shown when he was the only person to speak up against Penn Jillette. And, apparently, a lot of the people on the men’s team commended him for this.

As much as Arsenio  Hall wants to win, Clay Aiken needs to win. He, the other contestants, and even Mr. Trump all constantly make references to him becoming runner-up to Ruben Studdard on American Idol 2003. He wants redemption. He needs to prove to himself, and to America that he can win a reality show. Donald Trump seems to want to validate him and give him the Celebrity Apprentice season 5 winner victory.

Clay Aiken may not show emotion for his charity as much as Arsenio Hall does, but there is no denying he really cares about it. A factor Donald Trump cannot ignore when making his final decision.

Why He Might Lose

Maybe for the dramatic irony Donald Trump has placed Clay Aiken in the final two, against another black man he’s friends with, just so he can place second again. Could Trump be that sadistic?

Clay Aiken also has come off sort of like a bully in some tasks, and maybe Trump has noticed and does not think a leader should be so harsh. Arsenio Hall had harsh words for Aubrey O’Day but only when defending himself. Clay has taunted, and even made rude comments about other contestants for no reason.

His final performance could cost him. His team’s idea for the advertisement is pretty unoriginal and basic. Many of his ideas have resembled similar basic idea patterns. Donald Trump might prefer a winner who thinks more out of the box.

Both Arsenio Hall and Clay Aiken’s performances during Celebrity Apprentice 2012 have  proved them worthy of making the final two, but who will win?

Based on some of the points in this post, I think Clay Aiken will reign victorious. The whole season  seems to point to a redemption coming for his 2003 loss. What do you guys think? Do you agree? Disagree? Still unsure? It really could go to either Clay Aiken, or Arsenio Hall, but I think the slight edge is in favor of Clay.

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Comments

  1. Shirl Wilson says:

    Very disturbing stuff to hear the head of his own charity refer to one of the Celebrity Appentice members as having a learning disability like no other he has seen in any of the children he has worked with. It should have been, “Your fired”, from The Donald right then and there. Not a very sensitive or appropriate remark to make to anyone for any reason. It demonstrated to me that he really doesn’t have “heart” for disabled children or adults.
    Also when asked why Clay should win it was the same old, “all about me comments and also always coming in second place. Dah-what about your charity? He lost me when he started acting like a catty little queen , bossing everyone around, the disability comment, and talking behind everyone’s back. His true colors surfaced by the middle of the show. And, hey, I have brother who I truly love who happens to be gay-so don’t blame it on being anti-gay. The guy couldn’t even sing as well as Arsenio. Glad Arsenio won and O Day WAS an abnoxious bitch on the show.

  2. My point is about Donald Trump the misogynist.Trump never picks strong women.Annie duke beat Joan Rivers(QVC queen)at a jewelry challenge and Clint Black at a song writing contest,she raised triple the money Joan Rivers did but lost out to Trumps good friend and fellow NYer Joan Rivers.Marlee Matlin raised over one million dollars in a single challenge,which was a winner take all challenge,Trump made it seem that it was real close and asked Marlee and John Rich if they wanted to share,both agreed.John Rich had collected about 600k vs 1mil,Marlee Matlin would have amassed 1.6mil and been impossible to beat,but Trump don`t play that way.John Rich the Republican male goes on to win.This year we had two strong assertive women,Lisa Lampanelli and Aubrey O`day,I thought there was no way Trump could ignore both,first he has a 100k challenge that Aubrey wins,cuts the prize money in half and splits the rest among the other contestants.Then Lisa wins the final challenge before the final and gets cut for being emotional.Arsenio wasn`t emotional?Trump the sexist pig.Lisa and Aubrey should have been the final two.

  3. V's Mommy says:

    I like them both. I underestimated Clay. I think he is a lot cooler under pressure than I thought he’d be. I think Arsineal is much more passionate and wants it more. I really like them both, but I would like to see Arsineal take this one. Plus, it would be pretty funny to see Clay as “runner up” again! He may have jinxed himself by commenting on that in the last boardroom!!!!

  4. My vote is for Arsenial. I think he was better than Clay but not by much.

  5. sadie holly says:

    You are kidding here right?
    Arsenio is more creative – please give example., what unusual ideas? Clay does not want to win as much, contrary to everything he has said. This article is full of errors. As far as Clay coming off as a bully, editing elves, to others he seems to have the patience of Job.

    Clay and Arsenio are both very passionate about their charities – Arsenio because his was created by his friend and he was on the board, Clay because he CREATED his charity and has headed his charity for the entire existence. However in the promo interviews, Clay talks about his charity, Arsenio talks about how he is justified in not liking Aubrey.

    Arsenio is a nice guy, but he seems to have been beaten down a bit, when he disagrees with someone, he doe not look them in the eyes,he looks down, a sign of a people pleaser, not a leader. I like Arsenio a lot, but he is not a leader.

  6. I want Arsenio to win. Clay to weirdd and unorganized if u ask me!

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