"All-Star Celebrity Apprentice" will air this Sunday night on NBC and a few of the contestants are ready for viewers to watch what happens this season.
According to a CNN blog Feb. 28, Donald Trump discussed what feuds will pick up and what else viewers can expect.
When it came to Piers Morgan's return to the show, Trump will also have him serve as an "advisor" this season. The ultimate decision-maker of who gets fired said Morgan and Omarosa were back where they were before.
"Piers is great. Piers came back, and they went at it," Trump said.
Apparently Morgan reminds Omarosa that he won't just be a competitor, but a judge. She didn't let that intimidate her.
"Who cares! Donald makes the ultimate decision. Don't get it twisted!" she told him.
"What you do when you're on 'Celebrity Apprentice,' you pray for the best, you prepare for the worst, and you expect the unexpected."
Busey added that he took his own advice.
"Don't take anything personally, don't take anything as a confrontation, don't get in your own way," Busey said. "Just relax. Release and let go. Ah ..."
Learn more about who makes up the entire "All-Star Celebrity Apprentice" cast here. Find out what Trump had to say about Dennis Rodman "cleaning up" his act for the competition here in a brief spoilers piece.
"All-Star Celebrity Apprentice" premieres Sunday, March 3 on NBC at 9 p.m., ET/PT. Viewers in Portland, Ore. can tune into KGW channel 8.