Celebrity Apprentice Australia returns for season 2

Celebrity Apprentice Australia is back for the second season, premiering Sunday, May 22 at 7:00 p.m. on Channel Nine and 9Now.

Up for grabs is a $100,000 prize for the winner’s charity, bringing together some of the country’s biggest stars to compete in challenges that test various aspects of the business.

This season, celebrities will participate in high-pressure tasks to see who can raise the most money for their charity of choice. It will also see the most money raised for charity, which has never been done before on the show.

But celebrities being celebrities, what starts with the best of intentions can often turn into a struggle for power, control, and most importantly, stardom.

All apprentices are brilliant at what they do, they are known and respected by the public and are passionate about their causes. But can they work together and harness the power of their famous colleagues to raise the most money?

British billionaire Lord Alan Sugar will have the power to fire apprentices who perform poorly and fail to impress him in the most important tasks.

His local advisers, respected Australian businessmen, judge their skills and business acumen by his side. Janine Allis and Nick Bell.

Learn more: ‘What you see is what you get’: Nick Bell on joining Celebrity Apprentice

Last year Shaynna Blaze of The Block won the show and raised over $475,000 for her chosen charity, Voice of Change.

Joining Lord Sugar in the Boardroom this season are:

Author and motivational speaker Turia Pitt
National hosts of drive radio show, KIIS FM’s Will and Woody
Double Olympic gold medalist and world champion swimmer Bronte Campbell
Logie Award-winning actress and model Jodi Gordon
Great rugby league champion and Wests Tigers legend Benji Marshall
ARIA award-winning musician Amy Shark
Real Housewives of Melbourne star Gamble Breaux
Married at first sight most controversial bride and socialite Beck Zemek
Hollywood actor and Australian Film Institute award winner Vince Colosimo
Winner of X factorARIA award winner and singer-songwriter Samantha Jade
Australian comedy queen, trailblazer and author John Kitson
Renowned TV presenter and actor Darren McMullen
The face of Givenchy and international model Jarrod Scott
Secretary to the former Premier of NSW Gladys Berejiklian and social media sensation Carla of Bankstown
One of that of the block Most Successful All-Stars, Home Improvement Expert Ronnie Caceres
Two times australian ninja warrior semi-finalist and former NRL international star Eloni Vunakece

See also: Celebrity Apprentice: Everything you need to know about celebrities

Celebrity Apprentice Australia is produced by Warner Bros. International Television Production Australia for the 9Network, based on the format created by Marc Burnett and distributed by MGM.

The new season of Celebrity Apprentice Australia airs Sunday, May 22 at 7:00 p.m. on Channel 9 and 9Now.

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