By Sonya Magett, EnStars | Apr 04, 2013 01:13 PM EDT
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Celebrity Apprentice 2013 contestant Claudia Jordan was sad when she was fired by Donald Trump during week 4 but on Wednesday the reality star was all smiles.
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Jordan, 39, was seen hanging out on a Miami Beach having a great time in a bikini and a topless BFF.
The Deal Or No Deal model turned-reality star, who is of Italian and African-American descent, was wearing a blue-and-white print Calvin Klein bikini with sunglasses and sleek ponytail while her friend, model Aisha Thalia, was wearing a turquoise string bikini- until Jordan decided to playfully remove her top.
The pals were seen laughing and giggling as Jordan ran off with Thalia's bikini top. Jordan was seen taking photographs of her topless friend who covered her chest with one arm and held a drink in her other hand.
See Claudia Jordan and her topless BFF bikini photos here.
Jordan paid compliments to Thalia to her followers on Twitter that day.
"With my BFF on south beach @aishathalia #MalibuAndArugula look at her damn body! #ridiculous," she wrote.
Jordan posted several pictures of both her and Thalia on the beach on Instagram Wednesday.
Jordan was fired from Trump, the show's founder on March 24. She later gave an interview about the projects she is currently working on.
"I'm in talks with a scripted show [for a role]," Jordan told The Hollywood Reporter. "It's an awesome show, and I cannot wait to do it.I'm continuing the [Sirius XM] radio show, and I'm hosting a travel show for AT&T that starts April 3."
She also expressed her gratitude for having appeared on NBC's hit reality show for several seasons.
"I'm so grateful to have been on The Apprentice and to Donald Trump and NBC for the opportunity. It was a blessing, and I appreciate it," she added.
Watch Claudia Jordan in a preview clip of Celebrity Apprentice 2013 here.
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