"Celebrity Apprentice" 2013 premieres Sunday night and the cast is ready for some big challenges around New York City to win the $250,000 grand prize for their charity. Donald Trump and returning contestant, Penn Jillette, gave some tidbits confessions about this season of the show -- the first all-star competition.
According to a Thursday report by Enstarz, the two talked about the sixth installment of "Celebrity Apprentice."
"We wouldn't have done the 'All-Star' concept unless we were able to get the right contestants back," Trump said.
Read who the returning cast members are here.
"They're all very smart, and I think they learned a lot from their last go-around." Trump added. "Some people I like much more than others. I'm a human being, so I have my likes and my dislikes."
Penn Jillette was on last year's season of "Celebrity Apprentice." He made it far in the game and has blogged about his experience for the all-star season.
"The secret truth of The Celebrity Apprentice is that it isn't very hard," Penn wrote. "The tasks are nothing. Make-up starts just after 5am and the show goes to about 10pm, but you spend most of that time doing nothing."
Are you excited to watch the "All-Star Celebrity Apprentice"? The show premieres Sunday, Mar. 3 on NBC at 9 p.m., ET/PT. Viewers in Portland, Ore. can see the show on KGW channel 8.