How The Celebrity Apprentice All-Stars Fixed Donald Trump's Hair!

La Toya Jackson, Bret Michaels and Lisa Rinna are just a few of the stars who will be making a boardroom comeback for the first-ever Celebrity Apprentice All-Star season.

La Toya Jackson, Bret Michaels and Lisa Rinna are just a few of the stars who will be making a boardroom comeback for the first-ever Celebrity Apprentice All-Star season.

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Finally, a solution to Donald’s hair problem!

The first-ever cast of Celebrity Apprentice All-Stars has officially been announced, and even before beginning the show, the contestants have tackled their first task—fixing Donald Trump’s infamous coiffure. 

The boardroom boss will be rehiring fourteen hard workers from the last dozen seasons of his hit show, but he admits that the continued exposure from his hiring and firing sessions is causing a bit of a problem in his personal life.

"I was very well-known before the show, but frankly, I used to be able to walk outside. I can't even walk outside now!” the head honcho says of his NBC smash. “Overall I think the show's great, but there are times when you'd like to have a little bit of privacy."

His solution? "I could put on a real wig," he jokes. "A lot of people say, `He wears a wig.' I don't. But maybe I should wear one: a big black sucker!"

With Donald's comb-over being a topic of public scrutiny for quite some time now, who’s to thank for his new hair revelation?

Here's the lucky lineup of the returning celebs:

 

- Singer La Toya Jackson

- Rapper Lil’ Jon

- Actress and Author Lisa Rinna

- Poison Frontman Bret Michaels

- Reality Star Omarosa Manigault

- NBA All-Star Dennis Rodman

- TV Personality Claudia Jordan

- Country Music Star Trace Adkins

- Playboy Playmate of the Year Brande Roderick

- Magician and Illusionist Penn Jillette

- Twisted Sister Singer Dee Snider

- Actress and Author Marilu Henner

- Actor Stephen Baldwin

- Actor Gary Busey

 

"They're all very smart, and I think they learned a lot from their last go-around," Trump says of his returning hires. "This time, some of them will change their game to fool their rivals – some for better, some for worse."

The show will premiere in March of 2013 and the winner of the competition will collect $250,000 to donate to his or her chosen charity.

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