Trace was on the show five years ago and finished as a runner-up to Piers Morgan. The country singer-songwriter was invited back to be a part of the first ever "All-Star Celebrity Apprentice." He decided to do the show a second time to raise money for the American Red Cross which had helped his family out when they lost their Nashville home to fire.
Over the course of the show this time, Trace was able to raise hundreds of thousands of dollars for the Red Cross with help from country music friends like Wynonna and Thompson Square and NFL star Tim Tebow as well as country music and "Celebrity Apprentice" fans.
In the end it came down to Trace, Vegas magician Penn Jillette and two flavors of ice-cream. In the live season finale of "All-Star Celebrity Apprentice," Trace told Donald Trump that he should win because: "I delivered the best ice-cream. I made the best commercial. I put on the best show. I brought in the biggest celebrities and I raised the most money."
Donald must have agreed with Trace because he chose him as the winner of "All-Star Celebrity Apprentice." With the added bonus of $250,000 that brings Trace's total raised for the American Red Cross to more than $1.5 million.
You can watch the final board room meeting where Donald Trump chooses Trace Adkins as the winner on "Celebrity Apprentice" in the video below.
Congratulations and great job to Trace Adkins on winning "All-Star Celebrity Apprentice."
By: Buck Stevens