'All-Star' CELEBRITY APPRENTICE Coming to NBC?
According to Page Six of the New York Post, NBC has approached Donald Trump about the idea of launching an 'All-Star Edition' of his popular reality series CELEBRITY APPRENTICE, which would feature the return of some of the show's most popular contestants.
According to the source, previous Celebrity Apprentice competitors would face one another in a competition which would crown an ultimate winner. Among the possible returning celebs could be past winners Piers Morgan, Joan Rivers and Bret Michaels as well as former contestants Trace Adkins, Omarosa, Gene Simmons, Lennox Lewis, Meat Loaf, Jesse James and Gary Busey, Marlee Matlin, Sharon Osbourne, Cyndi Lauper, Marilu Henner and Dennis Rodman.
The 'All-Star' Celebrity Apprentice would reportedly air next February on the network. The show's 12th installment concluded last month with talk show host Arsenio Hall, taking the crown. Hall is now in discussions to host his own late night series.
NBC has not commented on the report.
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