You're hired! As rumored for many months, the cast of the seventh season of The Celebrity Apprentice was confirmed by Donald Trump on the Today show on Tuesday, Nov. 4, and it includes some famous faces and fan favorites.
Trump, 68, stopped by the morning program to introduce the competitors of the NBC show. The star-studded cast will pit reality stars against each other, such as Kate Plus 8's Kate Gosselin, The Real Housewives of Atlanta's Kenya Moore, and The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills' Brandi Glanville.
The three women will be joined on the competition show by Olympic snowboarder Jamie Anderson, World Series-winning baseball player Johnny Damon, Kill Bill actress Vivica A. Fox, TV and radio host Leeza Gibbons, comedian Gilbert Gottfried, Deadliest Catch star Sig Hansen, the Jonas Brothers' Kevin Jonas, Olympic gymnast Shawn Johnson, soap star Lorenzo Lamas, famed NFL player Terrell Owens, The Cosby Show vet Keshia Knight Pulliam, reporter and television personality Geraldo Rivera, and Sharknado actor and Beverly Hills, 90210 alum Ian Ziering.
"This season of The Celebrity Apprentice is on point to be the best yet," Trump said in a release. "With 16 extraordinary contestants bringing their energy to the boardroom, it is sure to be a hit, as always."
Another star who will appear in the boardroom with the contestants is the late Joan Rivers. The beloved comedienne filmed two episodes of The Celebrity Apprentice as an advisor before her untimely death this past September.
Following Piers Morgan, Rivers won the second season of the celebrity spin-off show. Other past winners include Bret Michaels, Arsenio Hall, and Trace Adkins.