Bret Michaels has performed in front of thousands of screaming fans, night after night, for more than twenty years, and proudly put his crazy love life on national television. But the Poison lead singer says nothing has been more nerve-wracking than Donald Trump's boardroom.
"I never sweated as much as I do in that boardroom," Michaels said in a conference call with reporters about the new season of Celebrity Apprentice. Michaels is just one of 14 famous faces who will sweat it out in Trump Towers for the series' third season (premiering Sunday at 9/8c on NBC).
This year's contestants -- all playing for their favorite charity -- include celebrities from every corner of pop culture, from music manager and talent judge Sharon Osborne to Olympic gold medalist Michael Johnson. "We wanted some athletes, we wanted some actors, actresses, we have models, we have wrestlers," said Trump, the show's host and executive producer. "It's been a very interesting process."
Season 3's cast also includes former Illinois governor Rod Blagojevich, who stood trial at the same time he was battling it out in the boardroom. "The government wasn't thrilled with that whole thing," Trump said. "He really displayed great courage in doing the show and as far as a player is concerned, [he] worked very hard. I mean, you wouldn't know this guy was a governor or an ex-governor."
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