Photographed at the World Bar in New York City's Trump World Tower, the four "Apprentices" are featured in the May issue of FHM in a seven-page photo portfolio shot by Luciana Pampalone (page 88). Reportedly offered $250,000 to pose nude for Playboy, the women instead chose to be photographed by FHM wearing lingerie, and for no payment.
The "Apprentices" talk candidly to FHM and share some insight into the competition to be The Donald's ultimate protege:
Katrina Campins on fellow contestant Omarosa: "Before my confrontation with Omarosa, I heard she had pushed a cameraman. That's another reason I was furious with her -- I was very close with production. If you're sick of the cameras, don't sign up for a reality television show. People were accusing me of being violent with her? That's because they didn't see her push the cameraman two seconds earlier."
Kristi Frank on behind the scenes: "There was a lot more drinking on the show than you saw. Sometimes they wouldn't feed us and we'd have drinks. I think they'd hold off on serving the food because delirious and wasted, we would say anything."
Amy Henry on her new fame: "People e-mail me and say, 'I'd love to talk to you about a job opening with my company.' In the past, I would have been excited, but now, I'm like, 'They saw me on TV and want to offer me a job; that's scary.'"
Ereka Vetrini on her resemblance to J.Lo: "When we had to work at Planet Hollywood on the show for a day, this guy was flirting with me. Katrina was like, 'Doesn't she look like J.Lo?' She spun me around and was like, 'Look at her ass!'"
The May issue of FHM hits newsstands nationwide on Tuesday, April 13.