Slated to premiere March 2013, Donald Trump's "Celebrity Apprentice All-Stars" brings back 13 former "Celebrity Apprentice" contestants, plus winner Bret Michaels. Meet the folks who will be facing The Donald in the boardroom.
Dee Snider:
Dee Snider: "I'm a classically trained countertenor and I sang in the church choir till I was 19 years old. I sang at All Saints Episcopal Church in Baldwin and the Church of the Transfiguration when I was living in Freeport." -- Snider talking to About.com about his musical background that he took in another direction as lead singer of Twisted Sister. In recent years Snider's interests have leaned more toward philanthropy, hosting an annual Bikers for Babies motorcycle ride on Long Island benefiting the March of Dimes, the same charity he competed for on NBC's "Celebrity Apprentice." (Credit: NBC)
Magician and comedian Penn Jillette.
Magician and comedian Penn Jillette. (Credit: NBC)
Country singer Trace Adkins
Country singer Trace Adkins (Credit: NBC)

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Poison frontman Bret Michaels, who won
Poison frontman Bret Michaels, who won "Celebrity Apprentice" in 2010 (Credit: Handout)
Reality TV personality Omarosa
Reality TV personality Omarosa (Credit: NBC)
Actress (
Actress ("Taxi") ?Marilu Henner (Credit: NBC)
Actor Stephen Baldwin
Actor Stephen Baldwin (Credit: NBC)
Actress (
Actress ("Baywatch") Brande Roderick (Credit: NBC)

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Former
Former "Price Is Right" model Claudia Jordan (Credit: NBC)
Former basketball player Dennis Rodman
Former basketball player Dennis Rodman (Credit: NBC)
Actor Gary Busey
Actor Gary Busey (Credit: NBC)
Singer La Toya Jackson
Singer La Toya Jackson (Credit: NBC)
Rapper Lil Jon
Rapper Lil Jon (Credit: NBC)

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Actress Lisa Rinna
Actress Lisa Rinna (Credit: NBC)