Dennis Rodman wins Celebrity Mole Yucatan, and Angie Everhart is the mole.

Dennis Rodman wins Celebrity Mole Yucatan, and Angie Everhart is the mole.
Dennis Rodman won $222,000 on Celebrity Mole Yucatan after correctly identifying Angie Everhart as the mole. Thus, once again, the mole was a female model. Mark Curry came in third, and despite his worst-mole-ever act, for much of the game he suspected Angie, and even was the top scorer on the first two quizzes. Despite taking no notes throughout the whole season, Dennis got 17 out of 20 questions correct on the final quiz.
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