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Entertainment: Hundreds line up for chance to be on 'Apprentice 3'
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NEW YORK Hundreds of people are lined up outside Trump Towers in New York, hoping to hear the words -- "your're hired" -- or at least "you've won a spot on "Apprentice Three."

Several of the hopefuls tell A-P Radio they rarely, if at all, watch reality T-V -- but that it's too good of a break to pass up.

David Richeson, who has a vice presidential job at a major bank, says "The Apprentice is the greatest opportunity in America right now." He believes he's a shoo-in for the show because he exemplifies the greatest qualities of Kwame and Bill -- the final two contestants last season.

Real estate lawyer Andra Feiner says the apprentice spot is a perfect fit for her because, as she says -- quote -- "I don't need a bachelor, I don't need to survive anywhere."

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