On the island of Love, the first lady is named Melania, a title that would be appropriate for a blonde hostess.
Melania Trump is not your typical hostess: She has a black belt in Brazilian jiu-jitsu and has competed in MMA.
She has made appearances on CNN, MSNBC and “The View,” but she doesn’t have any national fame or even a national reputation.
The island is also famous for its celebrity golfers and for the celebrity chef, Paula Deen.
And though she has been in the spotlight for the past year and a half, she has remained relatively quiet.
But now that the first couple has finally arrived on the island, it’s clear that Melania has made her mark.
And with the visit of the new couple, the island has made a big splash.
In this exclusive clip from the new season of “The Celebrity Apprentice,” which airs on Feb. 26, the hosts explain why the island is so special and why they love it.
Melania’s First Name?
Melania Trump: I’m a white host.
I am a very humble person.
I don’t have much confidence in myself.
The first time I got to the island was to have my first kiss with my husband, Jared Kushner.
We were on the plane, and my father came over.
He was on the phone.
I remember being very nervous, and then we kissed.
My dad told me, “Don’t worry about it.
We will take care of it.
Go ahead and have a baby.
The next day, he was with me, and he said, “That was great.
I love you.
“So we did a lot of kissing, but my dad told us that he was going to bring me home.
The second time I went, I was pregnant.
And he told me he was so proud of me, so I was really proud of him, and I thought, “This is going to be the best life ever.”
Lana Del Ray: I was born on June 17, 1970, in New York.
My mom and my dad were immigrants from Slovenia.
My family was very poor.
My grandmother died when I was 2 years old.
My parents were born in Russia, and we had a small house in New Jersey.
My grandfather was an alcoholic.
He died in the ’70s, and so my mother and I moved with my father.
We didn’t have a lot, and there were a lot places we couldn’t go.
I started school at 16, and when I got older I started doing odd jobs.
I worked in a beauty salon and a jewelry shop.
I was doing odd work until I got married.
My husband and I have two children, and they are both in school.
My brother is a musician, and one day I was like, “I want to make music.
I want to do this.
“So I started playing guitar and singing in school, and now I have a band, and everything is going really well.
What Is Your Family Like?
Jared Kushner: I’ve always been very close to my parents.
They’re very good people.
I have always been like a big brother to them, but I have also always been able to do a lot with their help.
My older brother, Justin, was a pilot.
I’m like a good friend to my older brother.
My sister, Lara, is my best friend.
I know them all so well.
Lena Del Ray, host of “Celebrity Apprentice”: I grew up in New Orleans and I grew out of it because my parents divorced when I came to New York, and all the time I wanted to be in New England.
So I moved to Connecticut, and that was my dream, so when I moved here I knew I wanted a career.
When my parents were going through the divorce and we were moving back to New England, they were really close to each other.
I think they always believed in me.
I went to boarding school, which was the first time in my life that I had any experience in the school system.
I did pretty well, but when my mom was pregnant with me I was not very good at school, so she just decided to let me stay at home with my brother and my sister.
My first semester was really rough, because my sister was pregnant, and it was my first time doing the school year.
So my mom gave me an extra semester to try and get better at school.
I actually started a new school year the following year, and in the first semester I got really good.
I got into my third semester, and by the time the third semester was over, I had made it into the fourth semester.
So, I ended up in my second semester.
My father was a great pilot, so my first experience in flying was in a plane, which is pretty cool.
When I was in high school, I started to