NBC has just unveiled its "Celebrity" Apprentice lineup, and as Conan O'Brien commented on his late night show, "Apparently the new season of the show is called 'Celebrity Apprentice: 1988.'"
Pitting women against men, the 16 cast members include:
Caustic mother-daughter duo Joan and Melissa Rivers, former TLC songbird Tionne "T-Boz" Watkins, ex-Baywatcher Brande Roderick, reigning first family of reality sister Khloe Kardashian, World Series of Poker champ Annie Duke, pro golfer Natalie Gulbis and Deal or No Deal briefcase holder Claudia Jordan are on the female team.
Competing on team testosterone: Sandra Bullock's other half and former Monster Garage host Jesse James, funnyman Tom Green, Olympic gold-winning figure skater Scott Hamilton, erstwhile NBA bad boy Dennis Rodman, infamous foul-mouth comic Andrew Dice Clay, former Heisman winner and NFL star Herschel Walker, country crooner Clint Black and R&B hitmaker Brian McKnight.
But the celebs won't be competing for a spot in the Trump offices. They're competing for their charities of choice.
And they're getting paid an appearance fee per episode as well. These D-listers don't work for free!
Boobilicious Ivanka and Donald Jr. will be joining Donald Sr. in the boardroom, along with visits from George Ross and a "rotating seat" of celebrities.
So tune in for an early '90s flashback!
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