'Celebrity Apprentice' 2017: Who was sent home in episodes 3 and 4?

Source: NBC
Source: NBC

The women's team got back in the game during Monday night's episodes of The New Celebrity Apprentice — but not for long. 

During episodes three and four, host Arnold Schwarzenegger had the celebrities create a healthy lifestyle segment for Welch's grape juice. After that, they had to produce videos that would go viral for barbecue sauce. 

Laila Ali was the women's project manager and Chael Sonnen was the men's project manager for the Welch's challenge. Team Prima's presentation was a talk-show setting with millennial moms trying to sell the drink to their audience. For Team Arete, they used the entertainers on the team to their advantage: Boy George sang, Jon Lovitz did some stand-up and Carson Kressley was Carson Kressley.

The guest boardroom adviser for the first challenge was chef Rocco DiSpirito. The women's team finally won a challenge, sending the men to the boardroom and ultimately eliminating Eric Dickerson.

For the second challenge, the teams created videos that would go viral for King's Hawaiian's four new barbecue sauces. Influencer Justine "iJustine" Ezarik was the guest judge for this challenge. Nicole "Snooki" Polizzi was the women's project manager and Matt Iseman took charge of the men. Both attempted to make videos that would sweep the internet, but unfortunately Team Prima lost and Polizzi was sent home. 

You can watch The New Celebrity Apprentice on Mondays at 8 p.m. Eastern on NBC. 

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