Donald Trump has announced the 14 stars set to return to the boardroom hot seat and once again face off against each other in the first-ever season of All-Star Celebrity Apprentice.
The inaugural batch of contestants will include 13 previously fired celebs and one who actually managed to win.
So, just who are the stars hoping that the second time's the charm?
Representing the fellas is country star Trace Adkins, Stephen Baldwin, Gary Busey, Penn Jillette, Lil Jon, Dennis Rodman, Dee Snider and sentimental winner Bret Michaels, who was "hired" by Trump back in 2010 when he appeared on the show and simultaneously was battling a brain hemorrhage and repeat hospitalizations.
As for the ladies, you've got Lisa Rinna, Marilu Henner, actress Claudia Jordan, Apprentice vet (and presumptive mournee in the wake of her fiancé Michael Clarke Duncan's death last month) Omarosa, former Playboy Playmate of the Year Brande Roderick and La Toya Jackson.
"We wouldn't have done the All-Star concept unless we were able to get the right contestants back," Trump said before making the announcement on the Today show this morning.
The reality competition, which begins filming in New York on Monday, will air on NBC next March.
(E! and NBC are both part of the NBCUniversal family.)