The cast of the first "All-Star" season of Donald Trump's "Celebrity Apprentice" has been revealed.
The NBC reality show, which sees stars participating in business-related tasks in a big not to get "fired" and to raise money for charity, returns in 2013. Check out a list of the former winners and cast members set to appear in the new season, as anounced by the network on Friday.
1. Trace Adkins - the country music star came in second place in season 7 in 2008.
2. Gary Busey - the actor, known for his eclectic sense of humor and roles in movies such as "Point Break," came in 9th place in season 11 in 2011.
3. Bret Michaels - the singer of the rock band Poison won season 9 in 2010.
4. Dennis Rodman - the retired NBA star came in 12th place in season 8 in 2009.
5. Penn Jillette - the famous Las Vegas magician came in 7th place in season 12 in 2012.
6. Lil Jon - the rapper came in 4th place in season 11 in 2011.
7. Stephen Baldwin - the actor, known for films such as "The Usual Suspects" and "Born on the Fourth of July," came in 5th place in season 7 in 2008.
8. Dee Snider - the frontman of the metal group Twisted Sister, who also starred in the Broadway musical "Rock of Ages," came in 10th place in season 12 in 2012.
9. La Toya Jackson - the singer and sister of the late Michael Jackson came in 6th place in season 11 in 2011.
10. Omarosa - The political consultant and fiance of the late Michael Clarke Duncan rose to fame as the "villain" in the 1st season of 'The Apprentice' and came in 8th place. The show debuted in 2004. Omarosa also placed 6th in the 7th season in 2008.
11. Marilu Henner - the actress, who famously played Elaine O'Connor-Nardo on the TV show "Taxi," came in 8th place in season 7 in 2008.
12. Brande Roderick - the Playboy Playmate, who was Playmate of the Year in 2001, and actress, who played Leigh Dyer on the show "Baywatch," came in 4th place in season 8 in 2009.
13. Lisa Rinna - the "Days of Our Lives" and "Melrose Place" actress and Depend spokesmodel came in 15th place in season 11 in 2011.
14. Claudia Jordan - the "Deal or No Deal" model came in 13th place in season 8 in 2009.
"The Celebrity Apprentice" is the star studded version of Trump's series "The Apprentice," which debuted in 2004. The first celebrity edition began in 2008 and was the seventh season of the franchise.
In "All-Star Celebrity Apprentice," the contestants will compete to win $250,000 for the charity of their choice. The new seasons also see the return of Trump's advisors - sons Don. Jr and Eric and daughter Ivanka.
The "All-Star" season is also incorporating former winners as additional advisors. The group includes "Celebrity Apprentice" season 1 (regular season 7) winner and CNN host Piers Morgan, "Celebrity Apprentice" season 2 (regular season 8) winner Joan Rivers, "Celebrity Apprentice" season 4 (and regular season 11) winner John Rich and the most recent winner - Arsenio Hall, who won "Celebrity Apprentice" season 5 (regular season 12) earlier this year.