Aubrey O'Day Admitted to Crushing on Donald Trump Jr. on 'Celebrity Apprentice'
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This "Celebrity Apprentice" footage only adds more fuel to the fire surrounding Aubrey O'Day and Donald Trump Jr.'s alleged affair.

It's getting harder and harder to believe Donald Trump Jr. didn't have an affair with Aubrey O'Day.

Not only did TMZ report Friday that the former Danity Kane singer is telling close friends she had a sexual relationship with President Donald Trump's son after meeting him on the set of "Celebrity Apprentice" during Season 5, but a resurfaced clip from an episode shows her openly admitting to having a "big crush" on DTJ.

"Don Jr. makes me nervous because his opinion means a lot," O'Day said in the confessional video (below) that aired in March 2012. "He's done this for a very long time, and also, I have a very big crush on him, so I don't want to disappoint him."

The clip also shows O'Day pitching Don Jr. -- who was married to wife Vanessa Trump at the time -- an ad for Crystal Light Pomegranate Cherry, during which she alludes to fulfilling forbidden desires, which Don Jr. seems to like.

"We're going with the idea of Adam and Eve," O'Day said to him in the clip. "The apple and the new forbidden fruit being the pomegranate, except now it's not forbidden. It's something that you can have, you can, like, play with your healthy desire. And we call it 'The Garden of Crystal Delight' because you have to stir the drink, and that's an element of it, etc. we want to say, 'Stir your healthy desire.'"

Also resurfaced this week were two songs O'Day reportedly sang and dedicated to Don Jr. following the end of their affair. Some reports say it was Donald Trump Sr. who put an end to the fling; others claim it was stopped when Vanessa found questionable text messages from O'Day on her husband's phone.

Either way, O'Day was likely pretty peeved about the situation since she released "DTJ" -- a song about an affair -- in 2013. "DJT" features a phone conversation between O'Day and an unidentified man, in which she asks, "You want to believe that everything with me was a lie? A fantasy?"

The man responds, "I'll always want you and always wonder about it, but it doesn't matter because I have to stay here."

The second song of O'Day's speculated to be about the alleged affair is her 2012 remix of Gotye's "Somebody That I Used to Know," in which she sings, "Now and then I think of when we were together, like when you told me that your marriage was a lie. But you were scared to ruin your family's name. Your wife's the only one glad we are over."

Even more cryptic are the tweets O'Day posted the night Trump Sr. was elected president. In one of them that was since deleted, O'Day wrote, "My story I didn't tell is worth millions now."

She wasn't done there, though. When further prompted by the results of the election, O'Day went off, calling Trump Sr. homophobic and racist, among other things.

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