Married at First Sight favourite Martha Kalifatidis, The Veronicas sisters, Lisa and Jess Origliasso, and Survivor: All Stars winner David Genat are taking on the challenge of the returning Celebrity Apprentice in 2021.
Season five will see 15 celebrities attempt to impress a new CEO, British business magnate and The Apprentice UK CEO Lord Alan Sugar, as well as his two advisors, fashion designer Lorna Jane Clarkson and Boost Juice's Janine Allis.
The other celebrities competing — see: trying not to get fired — are comedian Ross Noble, interior designer and The Block judge Shaynna Blaze, Here Come the Habibs star Rob Shehadie, fashion designer and artist Camilla Franks, musician Anthony Callea and surfer Alex Hayes.
They join three previously announced contestants: celebrity personal trainer Michelle Bridges, radio host Michael "Wippa" Wipfli and Olympic gymnast and Australian Ninja Warrior contestant Olivia Vivian.
Two additional celebrities were revealed later in October, former AFL player Josh Gibson and weather presenter and ex-Miss Universe Australia Scherri-Lee Biggs.
It's the first season of Celebrity Apprentice since 2015, under previous CEO Mark Bouris. The celebrities will be split into two teams and assigned tasks each episode to complete, with a little help from their business acumen, creativity, charm and bevvy of contacts. Every step along the way their efforts will win money for their chosen charities.
The winner of season five of Celebrity Apprentice will follow in the footsteps of previous winners, Julia Morris, Ian "Dicko" Dickson, Stephanie Rice and Sophie Monk.
You can watch Celebrity Apprentice on Channel Nine in 2021.