Claudia Jordan is no stranger to competition. In her younger years, the Rhode Island native held the title of Miss Rhode Island Teen USA in 1990 and represented Rhode Island at the Miss Teen USA pageant, and in 1997 she became the second African-American woman ever to win the Miss Rhode Island USA title. She took her good looks to one of America's longest running game shows, "The Price Is Right", as one of Barker's Beauties and held case number one as a model on the popular show "Deal or No Deal."
But Jordan got to show that she was beauty plus brains when she competed on the second season of "Celebrity Apprentice," choosing the NAPSAC Foundation as her charity. Although she heard Trump's infamous words, "You're fired", fairly early in the competition, she still succeeded by even making the show.
If you didn't get enough of Claudia the first time around, wait no longer. Jordan is returning to the boardroom on the new season of "Celebrity Apprentice Allstars" fighting for the charity of her choice, The Tom Joyner Foundation.
Jordan announced this morning on the TJMS, saying, "I'm honored to be playing, my charity, The Tom Joyner Foundation so [I'm] very excited…education is very important I Love what your'e doing Mr. Joyner and it's just important, we need it, we need more support now more than ever… it means a lot to me what you're doing."
Jordan's sure give it her all and be, at the very least, easy on the eyes. Congratulations!
Season 13 of the "Celebrity Apprentice" begins taping Monday, October 15th. The show is slated to air in March.