These stars might be at the top of their game in their chosen careers, but how will they cope in Lord Sugar's boardroom?
Two special episodes of The Apprentice are being filmed for Comic Relief, with 10 famous faces from the world of sport, TV, and entertainment taking part.
They'll be taking on a tough challenge set by Lord Sugar to raise as much money as possible for Comic Relief's Red Nose Day.
As always on the first task, it's girls versus boys. So who's on the teams?
On the girls team
Amanda Holden - Britain's Got Talent judge, TV presenter, and actress
Amanda has been judging acts on Britain's Got Talent since the show launched back in 2007, and will also be taking centre stage in Britain's Got Talent: The Champions when it comes to the UK.
She's also starred in CBBC's The Worst Witch in 2017, as Miss Pentangle and often stands in as a presenter on This Morning.
Ayda Williams - X Factor judge
As well as appearing a judge on the last season of the X Factor, Ayda is also married to fellow X Factor judge Robbie Williams.
Her daughter Teddy was a bridesmaid at Princess Eugenie's wedding.
Kelly Hoppen - Dragon's Den judge
Kelly's used to passing judgement on other people's business ideas, in her role as a millionaire investor on Dragon's Den.
She's already a super successful interior designer, with the Beckhams on her list of clients.
But what other business ideas does she have to impress Lord Sugar with? We'll have to wait and see.
Rachel Johnson - broadcaster and journalist
Rachel's already appeared on reality TV, taking part in the all-women Celebrity Big Brother series last year.
She's also the sister of Conservative politician Boris Johnson.
Tameka Empson - Eastenders star
To soap fans, Tameka will be a familiar face thanks to her role as Kim Fox on Eastenders.
She's already shown she can take the pressure by taking part in Strictly, so hopefully she'll be able to keep her cool in the boardroom too.
For the boys team
Rylan Clark-Neal - TV presenter
Rylan's a seasoned pro when it comes to reality TV. We first saw him on the X Factor back in 2012, and he went on to win Celebrity Big Brother.
He's now better known for his presenting career, particularly on This Morning, although he's currently taking a break.
Omid Djalili - comedian
Omid's appeared in fantasy films Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End, and The Nutcracker and the Four Realms.
His comedy talents are sure to make the show entertaining, even if his business skills are lacking.
Richard Arnold - Good Morning Britain presenter
He's the entertainment editor for ITV breakfast show Good Morning Britain, so perhaps he knows some gossip on the other celebs he'll be able to use to give his team an advantage.
Richard's also competed on Strictly Come Dancing back in 2012. But can he dance to Lord Sugar's tune?
Russell Kane - comedian
Russell Kane showed he could handle the pressure on Celebrity Mastermind, which he went on to win.
Will he get the chance to taste victory once again?
Sam Allardyce - Former England and Bolton manager
He's used to being the boss, so can he take instruction and face possibly being fired by Lord Sugar?
It sounds like Sam is taking it pretty seriously, saying he's hoping his managerial experience will help him out "off the field" and is "looking to outwit the girls' team".
...and of course Lord Sugar's advisors Baroness Brady and Claude Littner will also be on hand.
You can watch The Celebrity Apprentice on Thursday 7 and Friday 8 March, 9pm on BBC One and BBC iPlayer.