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27/11/2011 13:55

Meat Loaf and La Toya set for US Celebrity Apprentice La Toya Jackson and Meat Loaf will compete in business-oriented tasks to raise money for charity Continue reading the main story Related storiesMichaels wins US Apprentice showOsbourne to star in US ApprenticeRivers 'hired' as US ApprenticeSingers Meat Loaf and La Toya Jackson are among the stars vying to become Donald Trump's latest Celebrity Apprentice.Contenders for the US charity version of the show, hosted by the business tycoon, also include former teen idol David Cassidy and actor Gary Busey.Deaf Oscar-winning actress Marlee Matlin and singer Dionne Warwick have also signed up to appear.Poison singer Bret Michaels won the show last year.Retired baseball player Jose Canseco and US TV personality Star Jones will be others hoping to hear "You're Hired!" while raising money for their chosen charity.So will NeNe Leakes and Richard Hatch, from reality shows Survivor and The Real Housewives of Atlanta respectively. Soap actress Lisa Rinna, supermodel Niki Taylor, rapper Lil Jon, country singer John Rich and model Hope Dworaczyk complete the line-up.Previous winners of the show include comedienne Joan Rivers and former Britain's Got Talent judge Piers Morgan.The show - which sees its participants compete in business-oriented tasks - begins on 6 March on US network NBC.Spider-Man musical delays opening night again Christopher Tierney was seriously injured during one preview performance Continue reading the main story Related storiesBono and The Edge to help SpideySpider-Man actor leaves hospitalSpider-Man re-opens without hitchThe opening night of the new Spider-Man musical on Broadway has once again been delayed.Read more about Guess Outlet The official first night of the production, which has been plagued with problems including on-stage injuries, will now open in March.Producer Michael Cohl said it needed extra time to rehearse a new ending, but promised this would be "the final postponement".The show had been scheduled to open in February.Earlier this month it was announced that U2 stars Bono and The Edge, who wrote the score, would return from touring to help fix the show's problems.Four actors from the production have been injured during previews, while frequent technical glitches and negative early assessments from critics have caused further problems.In December lead actress Natalie Mendoza announced she was pulling out of the show.Despite its fraught preview performances, the musical is still selling out the 1,930-seat Foxwoods theatre in Times Square almost every night.Yet the show's huge costs - which include a 41-member cast, 18 orchestra members and dozens of aerial stunts - mean the theatre will have to sell out every show for several years just to break even. The weekly running bill has been put as high as $1 million (£632,000)."We are so grateful for the enthusiastic audiences who have been coming to see Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark," director Julie Taymor said."We are dedicated to giving them the very best show we can.For more info visit Guess Outlet


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