Aubrey O' Day Will Stay on 'Celebrity Apprentice,' 2 Other Celebs Fired

Aubrey O' Day will stay on "Celebrity Apprentice" after cast weas thrown some curveballs on Sunday's three-hour episode, and it resulted in O' Day walking off the show, and two others getting fired.

Aubrey O' Day will stay, but stormed off the set of "Celebrity Apprentice" after her group- Team Unanimous, comprised of Arsenio Hall, Clay Aiken, and others- criticized her for not being a "team player." Despite the fact that Team Unanimous was victorious in their challenge to raise money for charity, O' Day left, citing the "negativity" as the main problem.

"I don't want to be around all the negativity anymore … the environment is so ugly," said the Danity Kane singer as she headed to the elevator, leading off of the show. "I just don't know if this is the right place for me."

After her antics, though, the model revealed that she did stay on the show, after briefly leaving to go to "church."

"Lol. I went to church!" she tweeted, after multiple inquiries into her disappearance after the show aired. "I stay!" she also revealed on the social networking website.

O' Day's short disappearance wasn't the only drama on the highly-rated reality television show; Debbie Gibson and Dee Snider were the subjects of Donald Trump's famous phrase, "you're fired!"

Team leader Teresa Giudice had to choose two members of her group to the boardroom, the official chopping block for the contestants. After bringing singer-songwriter Debbie Gibson and Dayana Mendoza, the former Miss Venezuela and Miss Universe, to the boardroom, Gibson was let go.

Next, Lou Ferrigno, during his stint as manager of the team, had to choose two of the least productive members of his group to possibly be kicked off of "Celebrity Apprentice." Again, Dayana Mendoza was brought back to the boardroom, but this time, opposite Twisted Sister frontman Dee Snider. Mendoza was once again spared, and Snider was axed.