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Two more celebs fired on Apprentice

Charlotte Dawson was fired from Celebrity Apprentice tonight.
Charlotte Dawson was fired from Celebrity Apprentice tonight.

CHARLOTTE Dawson and Vince Sorrenti were fired in a massive double elimination on Celebrity Apprentice tonight.

Host Mark Bouris decided to keep former record company executive Ian "Dicko" Dickson for his Top 4, alongside challenge winners Lauryn Eagle, Ben Dark and Nathan Jolliffe.

Despite helping to raise nearly $1 million for charity overall, Sorrenti was clearly upset that he did not have the chance to raise any money for his charity - the Cancer Council.

"It's been a lot harder than I would have ever guessed. It's been an ordeal at times," Sorrenti said.

"I will look back on it very fondly. I've met some great people. It's something I'll take with me for the rest of my life."

Dawson stands by the quality of her team's print ad for BMW, despite Bouris pressing her on the issue in the boardroom.

"I was really proud with what we did, and the other team got all the information wrong," she said.

"They had a lot of faults, but it resonated with the client and that's the only person who matters."

Dawson's elimination leaves only one woman in the competition, but the Australia's Next Top Model judge reckons Eagle can hold her own against the guys.

"She's a fighter; she'll be fine," she said.

"She never gives up. She was always the first on set and she always had a smile on her face. She's keen to work hard and compete."

Tomorrow night, the final four celebrities must write, sing and record a song for charity.

The series final of Celebrity Apprentice airs on Wednesday, May 16, on Nine.

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