The girls, who rebranded themselves 'Team Ignite' after being slammed by boss Mark Bouris for initially naming themselves 'Bouris's Babes', failed to raise much money when given a branch of KFC to run for the day.
Singer Deni Hines angered her teammates by refusing to write a catchy jingle to perform to customers, insisting that composing a song about chicken would go against her morals as a vegetarian.
Hines then upset former The Block contestant Polly Porter by questioning her right to be in a celebrity show because she has only been "in the industry two seconds". Porter said to her: "I'm asking you as a team member to stop saying that to me."
Hines replied: "[That] went in one ear and out the other," so Porter responded: "Is this really how you talk to people? I find it very offensive."
Team leader Pauline Hanson then shouted at model Jesinta Campbell for taking over the whiteboard during the task, saying: "I do not like being spoken over. You took over [my] position. Don't underestimate me."
Bouris later revealed in the boardroom that Team Ignite only managed to raise $2,381.75 (£1,551.25) compared to the boys' Team Unity, who made a massive $26,929.06 (£17,538.16). One of the female celebrities will therefore be fired in tonight's (October 27) episode of Celebrity Apprentice.
Earlier this week, sports star Warwick Capper became the first star to be fired from the show.
Celebrity Apprentice airs on Mondays to Fridays at 7.30pm on Channel Nine.
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