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Samantha Jade and Beck from MAFS join the full cast for CELEBRITY APPRENTICE AUSTRALIA 2022

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After a record-breaking return last year, Celebrity Apprentice Australia will be back on Channel 9 in 2022, bringing together more of the country’s biggest names to battle it out in the boardroom.

The celebrities, divided into two teams, will take on a range of epic tasks to avoid billionaire boss Lord Alan Sugar’s firing squad, while using their business savvy and little black book of contacts to raise money for their chosen charities.

After the celebrities raised close to $1 million last year, the charities will again be the real winners. In addition to the $100,000 in prizemoney for the winner’s charity, generous donations from celebrity contacts and guest appearances will also add to the money raised throughout the series.

The personal stakes will be higher too as big egos, high-pressure situations, and exciting new game play ramps up the competition between the celebrities. There are sure to be more explosive moments and twists and turns on the road to the winner being crowned the Celebrity Apprentice.

Stepping up to the plate as Lord Sugar’s new recruits are:

  • One of Australia’s most inspirational women, author and motivational speaker, Turia Pitt
  • KIIS FM National Drive Hosts, Will and Woody
  • Dual Olympic gold medallist and world champion swimmer, Bronte Campbell
  • Logie Award-winning actress, model and Australian sweetheart, Jodi Gordon
  • Rugby league great and Wests Tigers legend, Benji Marshall
  • The Real Housewives of Melbourne star, Gamble Breaux 
  • Married at First Sight’s most controversial bride and socialite, Beck Zemek
  • Hollywood actor and Australian Film Institute award winner, Vince Colosimo 
  • Winner of X-Factor, ARIA Award winner and singer-songwriter, Samantha Jade
  • A queen of Australian comedy, trailblazer and author, Jean Kittson
  • Renowned television presenter and actor, Darren McMullen
  • Face of Givenchy and international supermodel, Jarrod Scott 
  • Secretary to former NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian and social media sensation, Carla from Bankstown
  • One of The Block’s most successful all-stars and renovation expert, Ronnie Caceres
  • Two-time Australian NinjaWarrior semi-finalist and former international NRL star, Eloni Vunakece


CELEBRITY APPRENTICE AUSTRALIA has commenced filming and will go to air in 2022.


Celebrity Apprentice Australia is produced by Warner Bros. International Television Production Australia for the 9Network, based on the format created by Mark Burnett and distributed by MGM.

#CelebrityApprentice
Facebook.com/CelebrityApprentice
Instagram.com/CelebrityApprentice

- ADVERTISEMENT -

After a record-breaking return last year, Celebrity Apprentice Australia will be back on Channel 9 in 2022, bringing together more of the country’s biggest names to battle it out in the boardroom.

The celebrities, divided into two teams, will take on a range of epic tasks to avoid billionaire boss Lord Alan Sugar’s firing squad, while using their business savvy and little black book of contacts to raise money for their chosen charities.

After the celebrities raised close to $1 million last year, the charities will again be the real winners. In addition to the $100,000 in prizemoney for the winner’s charity, generous donations from celebrity contacts and guest appearances will also add to the money raised throughout the series.

The personal stakes will be higher too as big egos, high-pressure situations, and exciting new game play ramps up the competition between the celebrities. There are sure to be more explosive moments and twists and turns on the road to the winner being crowned the Celebrity Apprentice.

- ADVERTISEMENT -

Stepping up to the plate as Lord Sugar’s new recruits are:

  • One of Australia’s most inspirational women, author and motivational speaker, Turia Pitt
  • KIIS FM National Drive Hosts, Will and Woody
  • Dual Olympic gold medallist and world champion swimmer, Bronte Campbell
  • Logie Award-winning actress, model and Australian sweetheart, Jodi Gordon
  • Rugby league great and Wests Tigers legend, Benji Marshall
  • The Real Housewives of Melbourne star, Gamble Breaux 
  • Married at First Sight’s most controversial bride and socialite, Beck Zemek
  • Hollywood actor and Australian Film Institute award winner, Vince Colosimo 
  • Winner of X-Factor, ARIA Award winner and singer-songwriter, Samantha Jade
  • A queen of Australian comedy, trailblazer and author, Jean Kittson
  • Renowned television presenter and actor, Darren McMullen
  • Face of Givenchy and international supermodel, Jarrod Scott 
  • Secretary to former NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian and social media sensation, Carla from Bankstown
  • One of The Block’s most successful all-stars and renovation expert, Ronnie Caceres
  • Two-time Australian NinjaWarrior semi-finalist and former international NRL star, Eloni Vunakece


CELEBRITY APPRENTICE AUSTRALIA has commenced filming and will go to air in 2022.


Celebrity Apprentice Australia is produced by Warner Bros. International Television Production Australia for the 9Network, based on the format created by Mark Burnett and distributed by MGM.

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Steve Molkhttps://tvblackbox.com.au/author-steve-molk/
Steve Molk is sharply focused on the business of TV in Australia across all its formats - FTA broadcast, commercial, subscription, catch up & BVOD. Based on the Central Coast of NSW he's a passionate advocate for Australian-made programming, particularly drama and comedy. He loves podcasting, gaming & watching too much TV. For all media enquiries please call or text 0401-709-405
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