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'Celebrity Apprentice' Begins Filming Season 5, Full Cast Leaked

October 19, 2011 (3:27 am) GMT
Former Miss Universe Dayana Mendoza and Cheryl Tiegs are spotted handing out flyers in New York as the women's team sells sandwiches for a charity challenge on the show.

The cameras have begun rolling for "" season 5. On Tuesday, October 18, the women's team hit New York's West 52nd Street to sell sandwiches during a lunchtime charity challenge.

Miss Universe 2008 Dayana Mendoza and actress/model Cheryl Tiegs reportedly took the duty to hand out flyers to passerby. Comedian Lisa Lampanelli and 1980s pop singer Debbie Gibson served the sandwiches behind the counter, while model was dealing with the cash register.

According to Entertainment Weekly who was on the spot during the filming, customers were treated like celebrities when buying the sandwiches. They walked through a red carpet and got pictured by a photographer. The menu offered, meanwhile, include Debbie Gibson's Teen Dream, Teresa Guidice's Hot-Blooded Housewife Hoagie and the Celebrity Club International.

In addition to the names mentioned above, the other members of the women's team are Victoria Gotti, and Patricia Velasquez. As for the men's team, a recently leaked cast line-up confirms the participation of , Marco Andretti, , , Arsenio Hall, Penn Jillette, Dee Snider, and Paul Teutul, Sr..

The women's team's flyer:


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