The famous faces set to star on Celebrity Apprentice Australia in 2022 revealed

It’s the reality show known for its heated boardroom antics.

And on Wednesday, Channel Nine revealed three of the famous faces set to star on Celebrity Apprentice Australia in 2022. 

In a post shared to Instagram, radio hosts Will McMahon and Woody Whitelaw were confirmed, as was inspirational burns survivor Turia Pitt.   

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Lord Sugar will see you now! The first three famous faces set to star on Celebrity Apprentice Australia in 2022 were revealed on Wednesday 

‘Lord Sugar will see you in 2022,’ read the post, going on to tag the KIIS FM stars and motivational speaker. 

Shaynna Blaze was pleased as punch with the announcement. 

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The 2021 Celebrity Apprentice winner wrote, ‘Fantastic’, alongside the unveiling.    

Meanwhile, fellow contestant and Married at First Sight star Martha Kalifatidis responded with a series of clapping hand emojis.  

See you soon: In a post shared to Instagram, radio hosts Will McMahon and Woody Whitelaw (pictured) were confirmed, as was inspirational burns survivor Turia Pitt

‘Lord Sugar will see you in 2022,’ read the post, going on to tag the KIIS FM stars and motivational speaker. Pictured, Turia Pitt  

The announcements come as Channel Nine revealed their programming lineup for 2022 on Wednesday. 

The network confirmed that Married At First Sight will also be making a return to Australian television screens next year.

With coronavirus restrictions currently in place around NSW, it was feared that the reality TV show was going to be axed.

More drama: Channel Nine also confirmed that Married At First Sight will be returning in 2022 Pictured L-R experts: Mel Schilling, John Aiken and Alessandra Rampolla

However, the series will still go ahead and so will the weddings, honeymoons, provocative dinner parties and confronting commitment ceremonies.

The new season will see the return of Puerto Rican sexologist Alessandra Rampolla, and veteran experts John Aiken and Mel Schilling. 

Also scheduled for Nine’s lineup next year is The Block, Love Island Australia, Snackmasters, Lego Masters, The Hundred with Andy Lee, Magda Szubanski’s The Weakest Link and Australian Ninja Warrior

Coming back to our TV screen: Also scheduled for Nine’s lineup next year is The Block, Love Island Australia, Snackmasters, Lego Masters, The Hundred with Andy Lee, Magda Szubanski’s The Weakest Link and Australian Ninja Warrior. Pictured: The Block host Scott Cam