BRET MICHAELS, SHARON OSBOURNE Talk About Appearing On 'The Celebrity Apprentice'

Artisan New Service has uploaded video footage from the New York City press conference where POISON vocalist Bret Michaels and Ozzy Osbourne's wife/manager Sharon Osbourne were officially announced as part of the cast of the new season of Donald Trump's "The Celebrity Apprentice".

Season 3 of "The Celebrity Apprentice" is scheduled to premiere on Sunday, March 14 at 9:00 p.m. EST with a special two-hour episode on NBC.

The show's official cast is as follows:

* Comedian/writer Carol Leifer
* Comedian/actor Sinbad
* WWE wrestler Maria Kanellis
* Former Illinois Governor Rod Blagojevich
* Ozzy Osbourne's wife/manager Sharon Osbourne
* Track and field Olympian Michael Johnson
* Chef Curtis Stone
* Pop icon Cyndi Lauper
* WWE heavyweight Bill Goldberg
* Baseball star Darryl Strawberry
* POISON vocalist Bret Michaels
* Lingerie model Selita Ebanks
* Swimmer Summer Sanders
* Actress/author Holly Robinson Peete

Bret Michaels declared that, with a party-hearty rock singer's image, he would be assessed as the season's "super-underdog. But I've been my own boss since I've been 19 years old," the 46-year-old star of the "Rock Of Love" reality show told the Associated Press. "For better or worse, I've been on my own, I've learned to roll with the punches."

Michaels was seen selling hamburgers to passers-by for $100 or more a piece on October 19, 2009 at 9 E. 53rd St. in New York City as part of his appearance on "The Celebrity Apprentice".

The celebrities compete in business-driven tasks around New York City using their fame, rolodexes and their business acumen to win weekly tasks, while ultimately battling with each other to stay out of the boardroom and avoid hearing those dreaded words "You're Fired!" They are subjected to long hours, grueling mental challenges, personality clashes and intense scrutiny — all without the help of their regular support system of agents, managers and personal assistants.


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