Although it likely has something to do with the final task assignments in which several previously eliminated contestants are traditionally brought back to help each season's final The Apprentice finalists, Manigault-Stallworth wouldn't divulge when -- or more importantly why -- she reappears on The Celebrity Apprentice.
However suffice to say, she's presumably looking to rekindle her feud with America's Got Talent judge Piers Morgan.
"Piers Morgan wants to be Simon Cowell so bad," Manigault-Stallworth told The Post. "It's pathetic."
The two exchanged unpleasantness throughout The Apprentice's currently airing seventh season, including Morgan calling her a "pointless celebrity wannabe idiot" and "gobby, self-confident creature" while Manigault-Stallworth accused him of being an alcoholic.
The nastiness took a personal turn when Manigault-Stallworth first insulted Morgan's family before subsequently insinuating he was gay during the boardroom session that saw her ouster.
In addition, she proposed the two embark on a "showmance" together to better their positioning in the competition. He declined.
Despite the fact that she's now been fired twice by Donald Trump and has gone a combined 0 for 4 as a project manager during her two stints on the show, Manigault-Stallworth has some sort of delusional thought that she might be invited to serve as a The Apprentice judge alongside The Donald.
"I'm hoping one day he'll invite me to sit with him," she told The Post.
Not surprisingly, Manigault-Stallworth also passed the blame to the media for the way she's portrayed on the 20 different shows she's claimed to have appeared on since The Apprentice's Spring 2004 first season.
"I'm multi-faceted, I have all these different sides," she told The Post. "I'm very competitive. I love to kick ass and the press doesn't like to pick up on my kinder, gentler side."