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The former cast member gets another shot at Donald Trump's reality show.

Celia L. Smith
Oct, 12, 2012

If at first you don’t succeed, dust yourself off and try again: NBC’s Celebrity Apprentice is giving former contestants, including LaToya Jackson and Omarosa Manigault, another opportunity to do just that on an all-star season airing March 2013, according to

Fourteen formerly fired celebrities will compete for $250,000 toward a charity of their choice on the new season. In addition to LaToya Jackson and original Apprentice breakout star Omarosa — who is returning to the spotlight for the first time since the death of her fiancé, actor Michael Clarke Duncan, in September — rapper Lil Jon and NBA bad boy Dennis Rodman will vie for the title alongside stars like Gary Busey, Lisa Rinna and Steven Baldwin.

Host Donald Trump unveiled a few All-Star Celebrity Apprentice contestants on NBC’s Today show to give fans a sneak peek of the new season, which will begin shooting on Monday. 

Who will you be rooting for?