You're hired — again! Fourteen former Celebrity Apprentice contestants will return to the boardroom for the show's upcoming all-star season.
Alyssa Campanella of California is the newly crowned Miss USA, beating out her "best friend," Ashley Elizabeth Durham of Tennessee.
Campanella calls herself as "a huge history geek," explaining: "I'm obsessed with the Stuart and Tudor era. .... Whenever I go to Barnes & Noble, I'm always in the history section and that is where you will find me." She also said she likes to watch The Tudors as well as Game of Thrones and Camelot.
Don't expect Andy Cohen to shy away from his Bravo personality when he hosts this year's Miss USA Pageant.
"People know me from quizzing the Housewives about very personal things, and I'm hoping to bring some of that to the pageant," Cohen says. "I want to really get in there a bit and get to know these women in an unexpected way."
Andy Cohen and Giuliana Rancic to host Miss USA Pageant
Cohen will co-host
What do Celebrity Apprentice castmembers Marlee Matlin, Star Jones and Lil Jon have in common? They all named Survivor winner Richard Hatch as their biggest competition.
"If he can win something with no clothes on and mentally strategize, then this should be a breeze for him," Lil Jon told TVGuide.com.
Celebrity Apprentice's Lil Jon & Star Jones talk biggest rivals
Country star John Rich, rapper Lil Jon and actor Gary Busey gather outside a Manhattan pizza joint with a giant inflatable guitar and a handful of fliers. Dressed as a cross between a deranged carnival worker and late-night televangelist, Busey — the natural barker of the bunch — assumes the identity of the "Pepperoni Profit" [sic], screaming at unsuspecting tourists to "stop the bus, turn off the key and get your butts in here!" The ones who oblige him score a slice — and a front-row seat to the spectacle of this season's first Celebrity Apprentice challenge, debuting tonight with a two-hour premiere.