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"The Celebrity Apprentice 2015"

"The Celebrity Apprentice 2015" is a reality competition series on NBC that is back for its seventh installment and Season 14 of "The Apprentice" overall. Over the course of the series, "The Celebrity Apprentice" has raised over $14 million dollars for charity.

This season brings 16 diverse celebrity contestants to compete in business-driven tasks around New York City. Contestants will endure challenging tasks that test their ability to work together while ultimately raising money and awareness for their respective causes.

Evolving television brand integration, Donald J. Trump and Mark Burnett welcome world-class companies as partners to the seventh installment, including Universal Orlando Resorts, Anheuser-Busch, Cosmopolitan magazine/Cosmo Body, King's Hawaiian, the Neat Company, Luvo, Chock Full O'Nuts, Trump National Doral and the Ivanka Trump Collection.

Previous winners return as advisors, including the late great Joan Rivers, who appears in two of this upcoming season's episodes. Rivers won the second season and impressed Mr. Trump with her incredible work ethic and unbelievable energy. Piers Morgan, the winner of the original edition, also returns as an advisor. Other previous winners include Bret Michaels, John Rich, Arsenio Hall and last season's All-Star winner Trace Adkins.

The lineup of men joining the competition include two-time World Series champion Johnny Damon; actor and legendary comedian Gilbert Gottfried; Sig Hansen, the star of "Deadliest Catch" and Captain of the Northwestern; Grammy Award-nominated and multi-platinum musician Kevin Jonas; Golden Globe-nominated actor Lorenzo Lamas; NFL great Terrell Owens; award-winning journalist, author, and talk show host Geraldo Rivera; and television and movie actor Ian Ziering.

The lineup of women include Gold Medal Olympic snowboarder Jamie Anderson; movie star Vivica A. Fox; best-selling author and television icon Leeza Gibbons; reality star and best-selling author Brandi Glanville; TV personality, author, and mother of eight, Kate Gosselin; world-class gymnast and gold medal Olympian Shawn Johnson; Kenya Moore, former Miss USA and star of "The Real Housewives of Atlanta"; and television icon Keshia Knight Pulliam.

This season has the ingredients to be the most exciting and invigorating season yet. The contestants will be subject to long hours, grueling deadlines and intellectual challenges as they work to raise money for their respective charities. Personality clashes will likely ensue as each contestant is scrutinized and carefully watched by Donald Trump and his advisors: Don Jr., Ivanka and Eric Trump.

Each contestant has a chance to be named the "The Celebrity Apprentice" and have the honor of delivering a $250,000 bonus check to their designated charity.

"The Celebrity Apprentice 2015" is produced by United Artists Media Group (a joint venture among MGM, Mark Burnett, Roma Downey and Hearst Entertainment), in association with Trump Productions. Mark Burnett, Donald Trump, Page Feldman and Eric Van Wagenen are executive producers.


"All-Star Celebrity Apprentice 2013"

"All-Star Celebrity Apprentice 2013" returns on NBC with Donald Trump and favorite competitors of the past five celebrity seasons who will compete to raise money for charity.

This season's "All-Star Celebrity Apprentice" brings back 14 celebrity contestants to compete in business-driven tasks around New York City. Contestants will work grueling hours on mentally challenging tasks that test their ability to work together. This season has all the ingredients to be the most exciting, and interactive yet.

The lineup of men rejoining the competition include multi-platinum country star Trace Adkins, who competed in the first season; actor, author, and entrepreneur Stephen Baldwin, who also competed in the first season; Academy Award-nominated actor Gary Busey, who competed in the fourth season; magician, master illusionist and Vegas superstar Penn Jillette, who competed in the fifth season; DJ artist, rap star and entrepreneur Lil Jon, who competed in the fourth season; Poison frontman Bret Michaels, winner of the third season; NBA Hall-of-Famer Dennis Rodman, who competed in the second season; rock star and Twisted Sister frontman Dee Snider, who competed in the fourth season.

The lineup of women rejoining the competition include star of "Taxi" and best-selling author Marilu Henner, who competed in the first season; entertainment icon La Toya Jackson, who competed in the fourth season; television/radio personality and actress Claudia Jordan, who competed in the second season; "The Apprentice" original all-star Omarosa, who competed in the show's first season; actress, host and author Lisa Rinna, who competed in the fourth season; Playmate of the Year Brande Roderick who competed in the second season.

All contestants return this season to endure an entirely new set of tasks with the goal of raising money and awareness for their charity of choice. The rivalries will prove to be even tougher as they go up against competitors from previous seasons. Each has a second chance to be named "The Celebrity Apprentice" and have the honor of delivering a $250,000 bonus check to their charity. Last season's "The Celebrity Apprentice" raised over $2,000,000 for the contestants' charities.

All tasks will be carefully monitored by Donald Trump and his advisors, Don Jr., Ivanka, and Eric Trump. For the first time ever four previous winners will return as advisors in this seasons' competition. The advisors include Piers Morgan, winner of the first season; Joan Rivers, winner of the second season; John Rich winner of the fourth season, and Arsenio Hall, winner of the fifth season.


"The Celebrity Apprentice 2012"

"The Celebrity Apprentice 2012" returns on NBC with Donald Trump and an all-new celebrity lineup of candidates. This is the fifth installment of "The Celebrity Apprentice" and the twelfth season of "The Apprentice" series.

This season, eighteen business-savvy celebrity contestants will compete, not for a job with the Trump Organization, but for the greater goal of raising money and awareness for their charity of choice. The last person standing will be chosen as the "Celebrity Apprentice" and have the honor of delivering a $250,000 bonus check to their designated charity.

"The Celebrity Apprentice 2012" contestants are Adam Carolla, Arsenio Hall, Aubrey O'Day, Cheryl Tiegs, Clay Aiken, Dayana Mendoza, Debbie Gibson, Dee Snider, George Takei, Lisa Lampanelli, Lou Ferrigno, Michael Andretti, Patricia Velasquez, Paul Teutul Sr., Penn Jillette, Teresa Giudice, Tia Carrere and Victoria Gotti.

Every week, the celebrity contestants will work in two teams, each under the guidance of a designated project manager, to compete in business-driven tasks around New York City, using their fame, along with their proven business acumen, to win challenges. Contestants are subjected to long hours, grueling deadlines, intellectual challenges, personality clashes, and intense scrutiny under the careful watch of Donald Trump and his advisors.

Certain challenges encourage contestants to reach out to their network of celebrity contacts for assistance or donations, leading to surprise visits by some of the world's biggest stars and pop culture icons. 

Each task will end in the boardroom, where contestants must account for their actions and be judged by Trump and his advisors. Returning this season are Trump's children and colleagues, Ivanka Trump, Donald Trump Jr. and Eric Trump.


"The Celebrity Apprentice 2011"

"The Celebrity Apprentice" returns on NBC with Donald Trump and an all-new celebrity lineup of candidates. This is the fourth installment of "The Celebrity Apprentice" and the eleventh season of the series.

"The Celebrity Apprentice 2011" contestants will not be vying for a job with Donald Trump however; instead the business-savvy celebrity contestants will be working towards a greater goal—as they raise money for their various charities throughout the season. Not only will the final winner be crowned the "Celebrity Apprentice 2011," but he or she will also have the honor of delivering a $250,000 bonus check to their designated charity.

"The Celebrity Apprentice 2011" contestants are David Cassidy, Dionne Warwick, Gary Busey, Hope Dworaczyk, John Rich, José Canseco, La Toya Jackson, Lil Jon, Lisa Rinna, Mark McGrath, Marlee Matlin, Meat Loaf, NeNe Leakes, Niki Taylor, Richard Hatch and Star Jones.

All of the celebrities will be competing in business-driven tasks around New York City, using their fame along with their proven business acumen to win challenges, while ultimately raising money and awareness for their respective causes.

Just as in the regular "Apprentice," the celebrities will be subjected to long hours, grueling mental challenges, personality clashes, and intense scrutiny — all without the help of their regular support system of agents, managers, and personal assistants.

Certain tasks encourage the contestants to reach out to their network of celebrity contacts for assistance or donations — making for entertaining surprise visits by some of the world's biggest stars along the way.

All of the tasks will be judged by Trump and his advisers in the boardroom. Returning back to the boardroom are Trump's children (and colleagues) Ivanka and Donald Trump Jr., alongside longtime Trump Organization employee and "Apprentice" advisor George Ross.

"The Celebrity Apprentice 2011" is produced by Mark Burnett Productions in association with Trump Productions LLC. Mark Burnett, Donald Trump, Eden Gaha and Page Feldman are executive producers. Nancy Gunn is the co- executive producer.


"The Celebrity Apprentice 2010"

"The Celebrity Apprentice 2010" returns with Donald Trump and a new all-star celebrity lineup of candidates. This third installment of "The Celebrity Apprentice" is the ninth season of the series.

On last season's "Celebrity Apprentice," world-famous comedienne Joan Rivers beat out world champion poker player Annie Duke in an intense live boardroom finale to win $532,000 for her charity "God's Love We Deliver."

The celebrities on Season 3 include Darryl Strawberry, Bret Michaels, Bill Goldberg, Michael Johnson, Rod Blagojevich, Sinbad, Curtis Stone, Cyndi Lauper, Sharon Osbourne, Holly Robinson Peete, Selita Ebanks, Maria Kanellis, Carol Leifer and Summer Sanders.

Contestants will not be vying for a job with Donald Trump however; instead the business-savvy celebrity contestants will be working towards a greater goal—as they raise over $1 million for their various charities throughout the season. Not only will the final winner be crowned the "Celebrity Apprentice," but he or she will also have the honor of delivering a $250,000 bonus check to their designated charity.

All 14 of the celebrities will be competing in business-driven tasks around New York City, using their fame along with their proven business acumen to win challenges, while ultimately raising money and awareness for their respective causes.

Just as in the regular "Apprentice," the celebrities will be subjected to long hours, grueling mental challenges, personality clashes, and intense scrutiny — all without the help of their regular support system of agents, managers, and personal assistants.

Certain tasks encourage the contestants to reach out to their network of celebrity contacts for assistance or donations — making for entertaining surprise visits by some of the world's biggest stars along the way.

All of the tasks will be judged by Trump and his advisers in the boardroom. Returning back to the boardroom are Trump's children (and colleagues) Ivanka Trump and Donald Trump Jr., alongside longtime Trump Organization employee and "Apprentice" advisor George Ross. The boardroom will again feature a "rotating seat," allowing a variety of famous business leaders and industry legends to join Trump in spirited judgment on each task.

"The Apprentice" is produced by Mark Burnett Productions in association with Trump Productions LLC. Mark Burnett, Donald Trump are executive producers, Eden Gaha and Page Feldman are co- executive producers.


"The Celebrity Apprentice 2009"

After last year's ratings blockbuster, "The Celebrity Apprentice" and host Donald Trump are back with a dynamic cast of brilliant Celebrity business minds!

Last season saw Piers Morgan defeat Trace Adkins to become the first Celebrity Apprentice. But the real winners were the 14 charities associated with the entire cast. Millions were raised and Piers Morgan, alone, raised more than $750,000 for his charity, The Intrepid Fallen Heroes Fund.

This season, 16 new celebrities will be vying for the coveted title, using all their business savvy as they fight for causes close to their hearts.

Once again, it's the men versus the women as all 16 celebrities compete in business-driven tasks around New York City. They will use their fame, their rolodexes and their business acumen to win weekly tasks, while ultimately battling with each other to stay out of the boardroom and avoid hearing those dreaded words, "You're Fired!."

Celebrities will be subjected to long hours, grueling mental challenges, personality clashes, and intense scrutiny — all without the help of their regular support system of agents, managers, and personal assistants.

Ultimately they will face the judgment of Donald Trump and his advisors in the boardroom, which will include his children (and colleagues), Ivanka Trump and Donald Trump Jr. Also appearing in the Boardroom alongside Trump will be his longtime associate and trusted colleague, George Ross.

The Boardroom will feature a "rotating seat," allowing a variety of famous business leaders and industry legends to join Trump in spirited judgment of the tasks. As with last season, winning Celebrity teams will relish the opportunity to watch the losing team squirm in the boardroom from the comfort of their own war rooms.

When all is said and done, 15 celebrities will be famously fired and only one will emerge to become The Celebrity Apprentice!


"The Celebrity Apprentice 2008"

Donald Trump returns to New York City with "The Celebrity Apprentice," with an all-star celebrity lineup of candidates. This installment of "The Apprentice," now in its seventh season, changes the game.

Contestants on "The Celebrity Apprentice" will not be vying for a job with Donald Trump, but the business-savvy celebrity contestants will be working towards a greater goal—as they raise over a million dollars for their various charities throughout the season. Not only will the final winner be crowned the first "Celebrity Apprentice," but he or she will also have the honor of delivering a $250,000 bonus check to their designated charity.

All 14 celebrities on "The Apprentice" will be competing in business-driven tasks around New York City, using their fame along with their proven business acumen to win challenges, while ultimately raising money and awareness for their respective causes.

Certain tasks on "The Celebrity Apprentice" encourage the contestants to reach out to their network of celebrity contacts for assistance or donations — making for entertaining surprise visits by some of the world's biggest stars along the way.

All of the tasks on "The Celebrity Apprentice" will be judged by Trump and his advisors in the boardroom. Returning back to the boardroom are Trump's children (and colleagues) Ivanka and Donald Trump Jr., alongside longtime Trump Organization employee and "Apprentice" advisor George Ross. In a new twist, the boardroom on "The Apprentice" will feature a "rotating seat," allowing a variety of famous business leaders and industry legends to join Trump in spirited judgment on tasks for the first time in the series.

"The Apprentice" is produced by Mark Burnett Productions in association with Trump Productions LLC. Mark Burnett, Donald Trump are executive producers, Eden Gaha and Page Feldman are co- executive producers.





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