The new 1-hour special features celebrities working regular jobs and tricking everyday citizens in a case of supposedly mistaken identity. It is to be broadcast May 19.
"Celebrity participants include Wayne Brady working behind the front desk at a nice hotel, style icon Tim Gunn behind the counter at a fast-food joint, The Jonas Brothers' Nick Jonas working at a girls' clothing shop, country superstar Wynonna Judd selling tires, Jay Mohr as a coffee-house barista and television host and lifestyle expert Martha Stewart as a craft store employee," CBS said in a news release.
The first installment of "I Get That a Lot" debuted April 1, 2009, and was a ratings hit. The most recent edition aired Jan. 6 of this year and also proved popular with viewers, CBS said.
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