A Former ‘MAFS’ Bride and a Supermodel, Here is the Cast of ‘Celebrity Apprentice Australia’ 2022

After a smash-hit return last year, Celebrity Apprentice Australia is coming back in 2022, and some of the country’s biggest personalities are going to take part. The celebs will be battling it out in the boardroom as they work in teams of two to take on a number of tasks to avoid getting fired by billionaire Lord Alan Sugar.

As they navigate around the world of business, the contestants will attempt to raise money for their chosen charities. Last year, the participants raised close to $1 million, making the charity organisations the real winners of the show. In the end, whoever is crowned the winner will be given $100,000 to donate plus any money given by generous celebrity contacts, helping to raise the stakes.

Every contestant will be put through the wringer, as they face high-pressure situations and intense competitions. Last year, The Block star Shaynna Blaze took home the title, with comedian Ross Noble coming runner-up.

From radio stars to a Married At First Sight bride, the cast list for next year’s season is definitely diverse.

Here are the celebrities entering the boardroom on Celebrity Apprentice Australia 2022.

  • 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
  • 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
  • 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 Ninja Warrior semi-finalist and former international NRL star, Eloni Vunakece

Celebrity Apprentice Australia is set to air on Channel 9 in 2022.

This post originally appeared on POPSUGAR Australia. 

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