Filming has begun on a new series of Celebrity Apprentice.
In Celebrity Apprentice some of Australia’s most well-known and controversial celebrities work towards raising money for their various charities.
Mr Mark Bouris, one of the country’s most successful high-profile businessmen and Chairman/Co-Founder of wealth management company Yellow Brick Road, is back to helm the series.
Joining Mr Bouris in the boardroom in 2015 (in alphabetical order) are:
Esther Anderson: Popular Aussie actress
Mel Greig: Radio DJ
Gabi Grecko: Mrs Edelsten
Gina Liano: Real Housewife
Tegan Martin: Miss Universe Australia
Sophie Monk: Aussie “It” girl
Matt Cooper: NRL Superstar
Tim Dormer:Big Brother winner
Geoffrey Edelsten: Aussie Tycoon
Blake Garvey: The Bachelor
James Mathison: Aussie TV music presenter
Richard Reid: Hollywood Gossip Guru
In series four, Mr Bouris will have two new advisors to be his eyes and ears on the ground: television personality and charity aficionado Kerri-Anne Kennerley and Shelley Barrett, CEO and founder of ModelCo.
Celebrity Apprentice will bring audiences the same robust conflict, comedy, characters and cleverness we know and love, while also keeping focus on business. Our celebrity contestants will need to rely on more than just their black books to get through these challenges. As always, in Celebrity Apprentice the ultimate goal is to raise much-needed funds for deserving charities, as nominated by each of the celebrity contestants.
Celebrity Apprentice is a FremantleMedia Australia production for the Nine Network.
Oh, me, too. Especially in Pop Star days. I wish she'd stayed that plump, she was just gorgeous.
It will be interesting to see this lot in action. Geoff and Lady Gaga Down Under will be interesting to watch, just to see whose scaffolding collapses first...
I adore James Mathison. Good to see he's slumming it! I hope Tim brings the laughs. I like Richard Reid, also. For me, it's a bloody good cast - and even the lousy-seeming casts with one or two people that I've been pleased to see included have produced a good series, previously; so, here's hoping this one is fun to watch, too.