Celebrity Apprentice Australia returns to screens on Sunday May 22nd at 7pm on Channel Nine and 9Now.
The celebrities are bigger, the tasks are bigger and the amount of money raised for charity has never been seen on Celebrity Apprentice before. And that’s just episode one.
$100,000 in prize money is up for grabs for the winner’s charity, which brings together some of the country’s biggest stars to compete in challenges that will test different aspects of the business.
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Jean Kittson – comedy queen
charity – Taldumande youth services
Jean kittson is a queen of australian comedy and Pioneers of the art form. From the first Australian television Female lead sketch comedy show to use Trademark humor to address serious issues within her Books, she’s one of the country’s comedy veterans Voices.
Jean attracted national attention with the sketch Comedy and music variety show The big entrancefollowed after comedy series Let the blood flow
Gamble Breaux – Real Housewife
charity – Animal Welfare Association NSW
Gamble Breaux is a Sydney-born musician turned Melbourne housewife. She is a jack of all trades and aspiring entrepreneur who has launched a variety of creative projects and business ideas over the years.
Gamble is a self-published singer/songwriter has released one EP and eight singles since its relaunch music career in 2018 The real housewives of Melbourne.
Turia Pitt – Motivational speaker
charity – interplast
Turia Pitt is a motivational speaker, athlete, bestselling author, and fundraiser. In 2011, aged 24, she was caught in a grass fire during a 100km ultramarathon in the Australian outback, suffering burns to 65 percent of her body.
She has written three bestselling books, Supervised 40,000 people shared a stage in their digital courses with writer and speaker Tony Robbins, competed in the Ironman World Championships, a boat sailed around French Polynesia, walked the Kokoda Trek and has built a team and a company to be proud of.
Rebecca ‘Beck’ Zemek – MAFS Bride
charity – Royal Hospital for Women
Rebecca ‘Beck’ Zemek is a reality star who became a household name after appearing on Season 8 of Married at First Sight.
Beck sees herself as an alpha leader who prefers to assign roles, give direction and rely on her team’s performance. She likes to be in control of everything she does and prides herself on her determined approach.
Jodi Gordon – Soap Star
charity – starlight Foundation, endowment
Jodi Gordon is an actress, soap star and model originally from Queensland, Australia. She has become one of Australia’s best-known actresses, starring as Martha Mackenzie in Home and Away and Elly Conway in Neighbors.
In 2006 Jodi won the Logie Award for “Most Popular Female Talent”. in 2009, She was nominated for “Most Popular Actress”.
Samantha Jade – Singer/Songwriter
charity – Cancer Council Australia
Samantha Jade is a singer/songwriter who rose to stardom in 2012 after winning The X Factor. The Perth-born artist’s debut single “What You’ve Done To Me” was an ARIA chart topper and went quadruple platinum.
Samantha has grown Australia’s pop sweetheart, releasing several more ARIA award-winning singles and four albums. she was the opening act for One Direction during their 2015 year Australia tour.
Carla from Bankstown / Ben James – Retail worker
charity – Twenty10
Benjahmin James is a 28-year-old retail worker from Sydney’s Western Suburbs who created the comedic drag queen character Carla from Bankstown.
Carla’s fame escalated when she created a series of videos in which she acted as secretary to former NSW Prime Minister Gladys Berejiklian. She’s outspoken, headstrong and knows she’s the hottest and smartest person in the room.
Bronte Campbell – Olympic swimmer
charity – Supervisor Australia
Bronte Campbell is a world record swimmer who has represented Australia in the last three Olympics.
Bronte won three Olympic gold medals and eight Commonwealth Games medals and was part of the team that broke the world record for the women’s 4x100m freestyle relay at both the Rio and Tokyo Olympics.
Darren McMullen – TV presenter
charity – Feel the magic
Darren McMullen is a renowned television presenter who has spent nearly two decades working for prime time broadcasters in Australia, the United Kingdom and the United States.
In addition to his hosting skills, Darren has built his acting resume by starring in three leading roles Logie award-winning series’, “House Husbands”, ‘Physician Physician’ and ‘Changing Tides’ Where is he acted out scene where the great Findlay Knox was stolen.
Vince Colosimo – Award-winning actor
charity – dementia australia
Vince Colosimo is one of Australia’s best known actors with an extensive roster of film, television and theater credits.
He has acted in internationally acclaimed films such as Chopper and The Great Gatsby, the major television series Underbelly and the film and theater show The Wog Boy.
Ronnie Caceres – Reality TV Star
charity – habitat for mankind
Ronnie Caceres is undeniably recognized as one of the fiercest competitors in Australia’s top-rated home renovation series, The Block.
Talented and competitive, he and his wife Georgia are the most honored couple in Block history for their challenges and space reveals.
Will and Woody – National Radio Duo
charity – Gotcha4Life
Nice guys Will McMahon and Woody Whitelaw Host one of the country’s most popular national drive radio shows on KIIS FM. Comedy duo KIIS FM Drive combine brains and beauty, style and substance, high and low brow into a glorious pop culture package.
These fun-loving best buds have banter and chemistry galore, which is natural since they’ve been friends since high school.
Jarrod Scott – International Model
charity – Citizens of the Great Barrier Reef
From the cover of GQ to the face of French luxury fashion house Givenchy, Jarrod Scott has become one of Australia’s most successful male models.
Within a year of being discovered, Jarrod hit the Paris runway and has since collaborated with the world’s biggest fashion houses including Armani, Calvin Klein, Chanel and Tom Ford. He was also the face of the Jean Paul Gaultier perfume.
Eloni Vunakece – Ninja Warrior Hero
charity – Headache Australia
Eloni is a former NRL international football star who has played for the Sydney Roosters, Toulouse Olympique in the French Elite One Championship and represented Fiji at the Rugby League World Cup.
In 2019 he appeared in Australia’s Ninja Warrior. His impressive performance led to his being selected for Australian Ninja Warrior: State of Origin, which only increased his popularity.
Benji Marshall – NRL Champion
charity – South’s Cares
Benji Marshall is a household name; He is considered by many to be one of the greatest rugby league players of all time. During his long career, Benji played 19 seasons and played a total of 346 games.
He officially announced his retirement from professional rugby league on 6 October 2021, retiring from the South Sydney Rabbitohs and is currently signed to Fox Sports as an Analyst/Expert.
Celebrity Apprentice Australia is produced by Warner Bros. International Television Production Australia for 9Network based on the format created by Mark Burnett and distributed by MGM.
The new season of Celebrity Apprentice will premiere on Sunday 22nd May at 7pm on Channel 9 and 9Now.
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