The All-Star Celebrity Apprentice which filmed last fall around the Big Apple, will premiere on Sunday, March 3 at 9 p.m. on NBC.
The Donald Trump-hosted competition revisits 14 contestants from previous seasons, including Latoya Jackson, Lisa Rina, Stephen Baldwin, Dennis Rodman and Bret Michaels.
Also joining the cast is Omarosa, who rose to fame after being crowned the show's first winner back in 2004.
"We wouldn't have done the 'All-Star' concept unless we were able to get the right contestants back," said Trump.
Rounding out the roster is actor Gary Busey, magician Penn Jillette, rapper Lil Jon, former country music star Trace Adkins, Twisted Sister's Dee Snider, author Marilu Henner, actress Claudia Jordan and former Playboy playmate Brande Roderick.
According to NBC, contestants will be collaborating in two teams as they compete in challenges across New York City to raise millions of dollars for charity. The winner will be awarded a check of $250,00 to their designated cause.
The show is the sixth installment of the Celebrity Apprentice and there will be surprise guests.
"They're all very smart, and I think they learned a lot from their last go-around." Trump told the Associated Press. "Some people I like much more than others. I'm a human being, so I have my likes and my dislikes," he said.
Also joining the cast will be a panel of celebrity advisors, made up by former contestants Joan Rivers, Piers Morgan, John Rich and Arsenio Hall.
Juliette is sure to raise eyebrows, after he criticized Trump in a tell-all book he released last fall.
"The secret truth of The Celebrity Apprentice is that it isn't very hard," Penn wrote. "The tasks are nothing. Make-up starts just after 5am and the show goes to about 10pm, but you spend most of that time doing nothing."
Rinna, who appeared on 2011's Season 4 of Celebrity Apprentice recently took to Twitter to express how excited she was to participate.
"I am raising money for St Judes Children's hospital I and I hope to be able to raise more money than I could ever imagine!" she wrote.