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Twisted Sister Singer Dee Snider to Appear on ‘Celebrity Apprentice?’

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Dee Snider is so much more than the front of Twisted Sister and wanting to rock isn’t the only thing he wants to do with his life! Snider is also a successful radio host for the syndicated ‘House of Hair’ program, had his own A&E reality show ‘Growing Up Twisted’ and now it looks at though he’s trying his hand as a contestant on the fifth season of Donald Trump’s ‘Celebrity Apprentice.’

Reuters reports that a bunch of celebs were spotted out and about in New York City earlier this week, showing off their sandwich-making skills in what appeared to be a challenge for the show. Former ‘American Idol’ contestant Clay Aiken, radio and TV host Adam Corolla and ’80s singer Debbie Gibson were among the many famous folks from all walks of life who were spotted with Snider. Since the contestants are battling it out for their charity of choice, we can’t exactly make fun of Snider for competing under the tutelage of The Donald and his side part. Snider was also a part of the action during Season 4, assisting in one of the final challenges.

The previous two seasons of ‘Celebrity Apprentice’ were won by musicians, with rocker Bret Michaels winning the whole shebang in 2010, amidst a life-threatening illness, to boot! Country singer John Rich took home the prize in 2011. Perhaps Snider can keep the streak of musical dudes winning the competition alive, if he is indeed competing this season. Go Dee!

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