Donald Trump will guest on Queer Eye after Danny gets made over

Next Tuesday, Donald Trump will guest star on Queer Eye. Alas, the Fab Five will not be tackling the tangled mess on top of his skull. Instead, they’ll be making over Danny Kastner, the guitar-playing dork from The Apprentice 3. How much product does it take to make someone less annoying?

Anyway, in some pretty blatant cross-promotion between the two sibling networks, “Trump will agree to meet with [Danny] again face-to-face in his actual boardroom at Trump Tower” after his makeover, according to a press release. That is, if the Fab Five “can get Kastner to pull off a successful red-carpet charity event to jump start his charity.”

The charity is “‘School Bus Rock’ – a mentorship program that gives under-privileged kids access to music,” the release says.

Queer Eye episode 212: Culture Meets Coporate Culture [Bravo]
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Frankie on Big Brother

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Shark Tank is getting a spin-off

Shark Tank

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