Hot on the heels of a “Dancing with the Stars: All-Stars” season comes more hints that “The Celebrity Apprentice” will be extra starry next season.
After five celebrity editions of “The Apprentice,” the upcoming installment of the Donald Trump job interview competition reportedly will be an “All-Stars” season, as has been speculated since the summer.
No official cast list has been announced, but filming is set to begin soon in New York City, with a premiere date slated for midseason on NBC.
And at least four of the five former winners of “The Celebrity Apprentice” will be back for “All-Stars” — but on the other side of the table.
Joan Rivers, John Rich, Piers Morgan and Arsenio Hall will appear in the boardroom at various times next season as “advisors” to Donald Trump, reports Entertainment Weekly.
Their presence will be in addition to Trump’s children, Ivanka, Don Jr., and Eric, who will still appear as papa’s reality show right-hands, says EW.
There is one notable omission from that winners’ advisory committee list — rocker Bret Michaels, who won Season 9 shortly after a dramatic health scare in 2010, is not mentioned. That leads EW to speculate, and we would agree, that the Poison frontman may be one of the All-Stars contestants competing on the show.