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Channel Nine is slammed for casting ‘no stars’ on Celebrity Apprentice

‘Who are half these people?’ Channel Nine is slammed for casting ‘no stars’ on Celebrity Apprentice 2022


Channel Nine announced the line-up for the new season of Celerity Apprentice Australia on Sunday.

But some fans of the show have criticised the network for the underwhelming cast.

‘Who are these people? Apart from the inspiring Turia Pitt,’ one viewer asked on Instagram.

‘Who are half these people?’ Channel Nine has been criticised for casting ‘no stars’ on Celebrity Apprentice 2022 (cast pictured)

A second wrote: ‘So no celebrities and possibly the most dishonest / cruel bride in MAFS history [Beck Zemek]. Went on the show to get Insta followers and now justifying her bad behaviour by giving her this gig?’

‘Who are half these people?’ a third asked, while a fourth remarked. ‘Celebrity is a bit strong.’ 

‘I must be out of touch. I one recognise four of them,’ one viewer commented, to which another replied: ‘I don’t even know who half of these people are?’

'Who are these people?' Fans of the show have slammed Nine for the underwhelming cast

‘Who are these people?’ Fans of the show have slammed Nine for the underwhelming cast

The full line-up features a mixture of famous and controversial participants.

The 2022 contestants include motivational speaker Turia Pitt, KIIS FM drive hosts Will McMahon and Woody Whitelaw, and Olympic gold medallist Bronte Campbell. 

They will appear alongside Neighbours alum Jodi Gordon, retired rugby league footballer Benji Marshall, Real Housewives of Melbourne star Gamble Breaux, Married At First Sight’s Beck Zemek and actor Vince Colosimo.

New cast: The Celebrity Apprentice 2022 line-up includes motivational speaker Turia Pitt (pictured), KIIS FM hosts Will McMahon and Woody Whitelaw, and Olympian Bronte Campbell

New cast: The Celebrity Apprentice 2022 line-up includes motivational speaker Turia Pitt (pictured), KIIS FM hosts Will McMahon and Woody Whitelaw, and Olympian Bronte Campbell

Retired rugby league footballer Benji Marshall (pictured) and entertainer and political staffer Carla from Bankstown are among the line-up

The X Factor winner Samantha Jade (pictured), comedian Jean Kittson, TV presenter Darren McMullen, model Jarrod Scott, The Block's Ronnie Caceres and former NRL star Eloni Vunakece are also set to star on the show

Cast: The X Factor winner Samantha Jade (right), comedian Jean Kittson, TV presenter Darren McMullen, model Jarrod Scott, retired rugby league footballer Benji Marshall (left), entertainer and political staffer Carla from Bankstown, The Block’s Ronnie Caceres, and former NRL star Eloni Vunakece are also set to star on the show

Pop star Samantha Jade, comedian Jean Kittson, TV presenter Darren McMullen, model Jarrod Scott, entertainer and political staffer Carla from Bankstown, The Block’s Ronnie Caceres and ex-NRL star Eloni Vunakece will also star on the show.

Last month, Lord Alan Sugar travelled from the UK to Australia during the pandemic to film the new season of Celebrity Apprentice.

At the time, the business mogul revealed he was quarantining on the 21st floor of The Sheraton in Sydney for two weeks after arriving Down Under.

Coming soon: They will appear alongside Neighbours alum Jodi Gordon (pictured), Real Housewives of Melbourne star Gamble Breaux, MAFS' Beck Zemek and actor Vince Colosimo

Coming soon: They will appear alongside Neighbours alum Jodi Gordon (pictured), Real Housewives of Melbourne star Gamble Breaux, MAFS’ Beck Zemek and actor Vince Colosimo

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