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Last night, La Toya Jackson was "fired" from reality show "Celebrity Apprentice." In her exit interview, Jackson revealed that she was very involved in AIDS Project Los Angeles, for which she earned $65,000, and that she intends to continue working with the organization. Jackson said that the best aspects of appearing on the show were getting "to work with Donald Trump and his corporation and do what I needed to do for my charity." La Toya Jackson's final challenge, which resulted in her firing, was to create print ads for the Trump Hotel Collection.
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