NEW YORK -- Former "Celebrity Apprentice" winner Bret Michaels and 13 other past contestants are returning for an all-star edition to air next March.
NBC announced Friday on the "Today" show the slate of contenders set to face host Donald Trump in the "Celebrity Apprentice" boardroom. Click through the photo gallery above to see the entire cast.
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The four other "Celebrity Apprentice" champs -- Piers Morgan, Joan Rivers, John Rich and Arsenio Hall -- will all be included as advisors.
Taping starts Monday. It's the 13th season for the competition series, which premiered in 2004.
"I absolutely love The Celebrity Apprentice," executive producer Mark Burnett said in a press release. "No other show on television has such an entertaining cast, such a dynamic host, and also raises so much money for charity. This season is going to be more fun than ever, and our loyal fans will not be disappointed."
All contestants return this season to endure an entirely new set of tasks with the goal of raising money and awareness for their charity of choice. The contestant who wins it all will receive $250,000 for their favorite charity.
Last season's edition raised more than $2 million for various charities.
Associated Press, WKYC-TV