Country singer Clint Black, comedian Tom Green and former Monster Garage star Jesse James will all reportedly be part of the group of celebrities who will compete for Donald Trump's approval on The Celebrity Apprentice's upcoming second season.

In addition to Black, Green and James, The Celebrity Apprentice's second season will also reportedly include comedian and former Dice Undisputed star Andrew Dice Clay, professional poker player Annie Duke, Deal or No Deal briefcase model Claudia Jordan, R&B singer Brian McKnight, TLC music group member Tionne "T-Boz" Watkins, and retired NFL football player Herschel Walker, according to, which claims to have learned the identities of all sixteen members of the cast.

According to the website, the nine celebrities will compete alongside seven other celebrities that were all previously reported to be set to compete in the show: LPGA golfer Natalie Gulbis; Olympic figure skating champion and former Skating with Celebrities judge Scott Hamilton; Keeping Up with the Kardashians star Khloe Kardashian; comedian Joan Rivers and her daughter, former I'm a Celebrity - Get Me Out of Here! contestant Melissa Rivers; actress Brande Roderick; and retired NBA basketball player and former Celebrity Mole Yucatan winner Dennis Rodman.

The Celebrity Apprentice's second edition is scheduled to film this fall and will premiere on NBC in January. NBC announced the show's renewal back in January.