Atlanta rap star Lil Jon will get crunk again with Donald Trump on his sixth “Celebrity Apprentice,” all star edition.
Others returning include actor Stephen Baldwin, country artist Trace Adkins, magician Penn Jillette, musician La Toya Jackson, “Poison” star Bret Michaels and nutty actor Gary Busey. Plus, notorious Omarosa is back for a third round since she is the only non-celebrity “Apprentice” who became more or less an actual “celebrity,” loosely speaking.
The “all star” concept can sometimes be interesting (see “Top Chef All Stars” or “Survivor All Stars”), but sometimes a pure dud (”Dancing With the Stars All Stars”).
Lil Jon (biggest hit: “Get Low”) during season four raised $80,000 for the Decatur United Methodist Children’s Home. He made it to the final four but ultimately lost to country star John Rich. A class act, Lil Jon was competitive but laid back during the show, getting along with pretty much everybody. He held a ceremony at the children’s home in May, 2011.
Meanwhile, Walton High School graduate Malcolm Freberg, who finished fourth in the most recent “Survivor” season, is back for the “Fans vs. Favorites” version, doing the shows back to back. The cast was officially announced today. He was a very likable, very sharp player whose shaky hands cost him the final immunity challenge and ultimately, $1 million.
You can see the entire cast here. The show returns Feb. 13.