The stars will be competing in business-oriented challenges in New York City to raise money for charity during the show, which is slated to premiere March 1.
"Last season's 'Celebrity Apprentice' became one of the hottest shows on television -- and this season will be even better," host Donald Trump said in a statement Thursday. "We have an amazing cast of celebrities and we are looking forward to some fantastic entertainment."
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