So the celebrities are on two teams, men vs. women, and they have entrepreneurial competitions to raise money for their favorite charities. This week's episode proves that reality TV can make a competition out of anything--in this case sandwiches. The men, led by team leader Paul Teutul, Sr. for Make A Wish Foundation, won due to a single donor who paid $300,000 for a sandwich. That must have been one tasty sandwich.
Let's get to the hair, in no particular order. I was happy to see Clay Aiken's natural red hair all sticking out every which way. I'm partial to celebrity redheads. Singer/actress Aubrey O'Day's red hair, on the other hand is trying too hard. Adam Corolla has a nice head of thick hair, but future installments will definitely glorify Dee Snider's coif and Paul Teutuls' mutton chops--it's just harder to draw lighter hair and make it look right. Speaking of which, Victoria Gotti gets special props for the most incredible, stupendous, jaw-dropping hair. I don't even know how she accomplished this look--part Barbie, part thrift-store plushie. I'm going to hide out now.
And of course every week will feature Donald's hair.
Fired for being too nice and quiet: Cheryl Tiegs and her classic pageboy bob.