Donald Trump's Back with 14 'Apprentice' All-Stars
NEW YORK (AP) — Former "Celebrity Apprentice" winner Bret Michaels and 13 other past contestants are returning for an all-star edition to air next March.
NBC announced Friday on the "Today" show the slate of contenders set to face host Donald Trump in the "Celebrity Apprentice" boardroom.
They include country music star Trace Adkins, magician Penn Jillette, actress Marilu Henner and "Apprentice" sensation Omarosa.
Also on hand will be NBA Hall-of-Famer Dennis Rodman, singer La Toya Jackson and Playmate of the Year Brande Roderick.
Taping starts Monday. It's the 13th season for the competition series, which premiered in 2004.