One of two men left standing, Clay Aiken discusses Celebrity Apprentice and his changes for not being told "You're fired!" by Donald Trump when the TV reality show takes its final bow for the season on Sunday.
Up against Arsenio Hall, Aiken thinks he is just might reign victorious.
The singer and activist said, "[Arsenio and I] have different styles. He is a little more laid back. I'm a little more hands-on.
But will that trait help Clay win the big prize?
This intense contestant believes that will come to pass. He said, "I think the effects of my efforts were superior [during the run of the show]. I think we'll see on Sunday when Mr. Trump makes his decision."
Everyone will definitely see on Sunday night what Trump thinks, as these fans have done all season. They have also seen that Clay Aiken, who is now openly gay, has changed a lot since taking second place on American Idol against Ruben Studdard a decade ago.
For sure, his singer-turned-mogul hopeful is much more in charge than he was back then. These days, he is much more sure of himself, showing he can be forthright while doing his tasks on Celebrity Apprentice 2012.
So, as Clay Aiken takes on Arsenio Hall for the finale of Donald Trump's The Apprentice on Sunday night on NBC, will he win the game or come in second--again? Do you think he is the worthier opponent? Thoughts? Thanks.