Both Poison frontman Bret Michaels and Twisted Sister's Dee Snider will be returning to "reality" TV.
They will both be competing on NBC's Celebrity Apprentice again. The show is bringing back 13 previous competitors for the show's first-ever All-Star Celebrity Apprentice.
The season begins shooting on Monday, Rocktober 15th, and is expected to premiere in early 2013. Trump suggested that he would not have gone down the all-star road unless he was "able to get to the right contestants back." So, in essence, he'd need to be able to fire the right people.
Joining both Michaels and Snider will be: singer Trace Adkins, actor Stephen Baldwin, actor Gary Busey, magician Penn Jillette, rapper Lil Jon, former NBA star Dennis Rodman, actress Marilu Henner, singer LaToya Jackson, actress Claudia Jordan, pre-celebrity Apprentice star Omarosa, actress Lisa Rinna and Playmate Brande Roderick.
Michaels' who won his season of the show back in 2010 was all the more poignant since he suffered a life-threatening brain hemorrhage that year and battled serious health issues.
Despite his health woes, the Poison frontman enjoyed competing for a charity cause, saying that the goal of winning funds for the American Diabetes Association was more important than the onscreen drama.
Michaels, who is a diabetic himself and won $640,000 for the organization, said, "Passion supersedes everything. You can have as much arguing and fighting as you want but when people are actually fighting for a real cause close to their heart, then that makes it the best emotion to watch."