New celebrity Apprentice cast selling pizza in New York Tuesday

The reality stars who are serving as the cast members for The Celebrity Apprentice 4 are selling pizza Tuesday in New York City at Famous Famiglia Pizzareia in Greenwich Village. That’s according to tweets from people such as Ethan Zohn and Kelly Bensimon, who are encouraging followers to support candidates on the new season such as Richard Hatch and Meat Loaf.

Earlier today, a publicist wrote on Twitter that “Lil Jon is selling pizza tomorrow from 11am-3pm at Famiglia Pizzeria on 757 Broadway for charity! Please support!” Later, Meat Loaf’s daughter Pearl Aday tweeted, “New Yorkers and those visiting NYC!!! Please go buy a slice of pizza from my dad at Famous Famiglia pizza,” and others.

Later, Survivor Africa winner Ethan Zohn tweeted in support of first-season winner Richard Hatch, and wrote that Richard is playing for a great charity. Could it be that Hatch’s charity is Ethan’s own Grassroot Soccer?

None of these tweets specifically mention The Celebrity Apprentice itself, which is probably a rule of the task–no references to the show itself. But of course, The Real Housewives of New York City star Kelly Bensimon did in her tweet, which was supporting Lisa Rinna: “Come support @lisarinna tomorrow for celeb apprentice.”

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