Former NBA player Dennis Rodman has become the latest celebrity contestant to be fired from the all-stars edition of "The Celebrity Apprentice" in New York.
Rodman was recently eliminated from the business-themed competition on Sunday after his team lost a challenge in which they were required to create a presentation promoting Melania Caviar Complexe C6, the skin care line of the wife of "Apprentice" judge and executive producer Donald Trump.
His removal from the competition was a result of the misspelling of Melania Trump's name, which was spelled "Milania" on the show.
According to Reality TV Magazine, Rodman tried to pass the blame of the error on the creative team that was hired to produce the posters and artwork, but his teammate, country singer Trace Adkins admitted to having had made the error being she was responsible for supervision of the poster layout and spelling.
Rodman, who was acting as project manager, signed off on the final draft, with the spelling error, and was deemed responsible.
"I cannot believe they spelled my name wrong. It is all over the place and none of them even realized," said a shocked Melania.
Celebrities previously eliminated from the show this season are reality TV personality Omarosa Manigault, model Claudia Jordan, rockers Dee Snider and Bret Michaels, and singer LaToya Jackson.
Still in the competition are Gary Busey, Lil' Jon, Lisa Rinna, Trace Adkins, Brande Roderick, Penn Jillette, Marilu Henner and Stephen Baldwin.