NBC will air “The Celebrity Apprentice All-Stars” from March 3. But what we all really want to know is, what former “Celebrity Apprentices” were chosen to return for the “The Celebrity Apprentice All-Stars?” The cast for “The Celebrity Apprentice All-Stars” includes:
If the preview of “The Celebrity Apprentice All-Stars” is any indication, the show will not only be funny, but insane, especially since Gary Busey is back on board, and it seems he and country music star Trace Adkins will go head to head. Busey does not seem to get on well with Lisa Rinna, either.
In addition, it appears LaToya Jackson and Omarosa Manigault will go head to head during a screaming match to determine who is the stronger, more successful of the two women.
In the preview we hear Trace Adkins say to Stephen Baldwin, “Stephen, you be nice to Marilu or I’m gonna kill you.”
Even Donald Trump tries to stir up molre trouble, asking, “What do you think Lil’ John? Is she a leader or just a stressed out bitch?” during a “Boardroom Elimination.” Wow! Unprofessional but entertaining.
So what possessed these celebrities to put themselves back in the boardroom again?
Gary Busey says he came back for the upcoming edition of “All-Star Celebrity Apprentice” because “I didn’t have anything else to do.”
Trace Adkins says he came back because his house burned down.
Lil Jon says he came back because his mother had a diabetic stroke.
Omarosa says Piers Morgan came back, as a judge, “solely to torment me.”
So, they’re obviously all really excited about being on the show and are up for the challenge, right? Some are.
“For the record, I said ‘Yes’ right away,” Penn Jillette told TV critics. “This is the most honest reality show I’ve ever heard about. There’s no b-s or disingenuous editing. I trust the editors and producers.”
Adkins was a little more reserved in his endorsement.
“This one has at least a shred of nobility,” he said. “Because of the charitable aspect.”
Adkins added that he was reluctant to come back because “when I was here for my first show, it was the most stressful time of my life . . . It put me in a position of having to tolerate people I normally would not tolerate.”
But it was better this time, he added, and besides, he felt like he needed to try to raise money for the Red Cross. It seems his home burned down in 2011 while he was on tour in Alaska and the Red Cross took care of his family until he could get back.
See? There is some good in celebrities yet. I bet there will also be a whole lot of back-stabbing, name calling and cat fighting in “The Celebrity Apprentice: All Stars” too. I can’t wait until March 3!