All-Star Celebrity Apprentice's premiere date has been set.

NBC has announced All-Star Celebrity Apprentice, the first-ever all-stars edition of The Celebrity Apprentice, will premiere Sunday, March 3 at 9PM ET/PT with a special two-hour broadcast. 

All-Star Celebrity Apprentice will then continue to air special two-hour episodes in the Sundays 9-11PM time period for three additional weeks, after which it will move to one-hour episodes and air Sundays at 10PM ET/PT beginning March 31.

Starting March 31, All-Star Celebrity Apprentice's 9-10PM time period will be taken Ready for Love, a new reality dating series produced by actress Eva Longoria.  Ready for Love will premiere Sunday, March 31 at 8PM ET/PT and air two-hour episodes throughout its run.

NBC revealed the identities of the 14 celebrities competing on All-Star Celebrity Apprentice, The Celebrity Apprentice's sixth season overall edition, earlier this month.

The returning men competing as all-stars are country star Trace Adkins and actor Stephen Baldwin, who both appeared on the first season of The Celebrity Apprentice; retired NBA basketball star Dennis Rodman, who competed on the show's second season; rock star and former reality TV star Bret Michaels, who won the third season of The Celebrity Apprentice; actor Gary Busey, rapper Lil Jon, and rock star and former Growing Up Twisted star Dee Snider, who all competed on the show's fourth season; and comedian and magician Penn Jillette, who appeared on The Celebrity Apprentice's most recent fifth edition.

The returning female contestants are actress Marilu Henner and first-season The Apprentice contestant Omarosa, who both competed on the first season of The Celebrity Apprentice; model Claudia Jordan and former Playmate of the Year Brande Roderick, who appeared on The Celebrity Apprentice's second season; and singer La Toya Jackson and actress and former Harry Loves Lisa star Lisa Rinna, who both appeared on the fourth season of the show.
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