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Posted by Levine Communications Office on May 4, 2012

Debbie Gibson Plays Her Trump Card

Debbie Gibson became a household name when she was only sweet 16 by shooting straight to the top of the music charts with her dynamite voice and catchy lyrics. Gibson, who hails from Long Island, went on to become the youngest person ever to write, produce and perform a number one single. After selling more than 16 million albums worldwide and appearing on Broadway in Les Miserables, Gibson is now showcasing her hidden talents in the boardroom by doing her best to impress Donald Trump on The Celebrity Apprentice. An edited version of our phone interview with her follows.

by Ilyssa Panitz • More.com Celebrity Reporter
Photograph: PRN / PR Photos

More: Why on earth would someone who is so accomplished in the entertainment industry go on The Celebrity Apprentice?
Debbie Gibson: I am still asking myself the same question. I actually turned it down a few times.

More: What made you change your mind?
DG: I would rather be in the middle of something crazy than sitting at home watching it, saying “woulda, coulda, shoulda.” This is a once-in-a-lifetime experience and I am big on experiences, much like when I posed for Playboy. I like doing things that are out of my comfort zone. The other reason I did it was the charity aspect. Doing this would give me the platform to put Children International on the map in a really big way and make them a lot of money.

More: Why this particular charity?
DG: I spend over $200 a month sponsoring eight kids, and it has changed their lives around, from rags to rich

 

 

Read more here http://www.more.com/debbie-gibson-apprentice

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