Remaining (reality star) Celebrity Apprentice cast members revealed

More cast members for The Celebrity Apprentice 4 have been revealed by various gossip web sites, and like the others who were revealed earlier this week most of them are people who’ve at least appeared on reality TV shows in the past, while others are known only for their reality shows.

David Cassidy, The Real Housewives of Atlanta‘s Nene Leakes, actor and Celebrity Rehab with Dr. Drew star Gary Busey, and singer and Gone Country host John Rich are all on the cast, according to Robin Leach’s Las Vegas Weekly report, which says that Wednesday night, “the contestants gathered at a private cocktail party to meet for the first time.”

In addition, Oscar-winning actor and Dancing with the Stars cast member Marlee Matlin; Singer Meatloaf (who once appeared on an episode of Ghost Hunters); and Girls Next Door star Hope Dworaczyk are on the cast, according to Gossip Cop.

With the previously leaked The Celebrity Apprentice 4 cast members (five people on Tuesday and four people Wednesday), that brings the total to 16, which is reportedly the full cast. And clearly, the show’s name should be changed to The Reality TV Celebrity Apprentice.

Donald Trump’s Celebrity Apprentice includes stars with L.V. ties [Las Vegas Weekly]
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