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Find out the premiere date for Celebrity Apprentice Australia 2022! It's coming sooner than you think

A heated new trailer reveals all.

By Chanelle Mansour
Fiery fights, shocking blindsides, and all-out tears are what we can expect from the upcoming season of Celebrity Apprentice Australia - if the new trailer is anything to go by at least.
Ahead of its premiere later this month, we've been given a sneak peek into just how explosive this season is going to be and who's set to clash in the boardroom.
Kicking off on May 22, Celebrity Apprentice Australia stars 16 celebrities who will battle it out in an intense game of survival of the savviest, as they aim to raise money for their chosen charities.
WATCH BELOW: Celebrity Apprentice Australia 2022 trailer.
With such a diverse group in the cast this year, it appears that big egos are going to clash as a voice-over in the trailer teases that "this concrete jungle is riddled with snakes."
In the clip, we see several explosive moments take place, starting off with Lord Sugar telling the group, "I don't give a damn who you are, just don't p**s me off."
We then see Vince Colosimo yelling, "I'm the director, director calls the shots," while elsewhere The Block's Ronnie Caceres says, "I can see why you're a D-grade actor because that was p**s poor."
Jarrod seems to throw Darren under the bus in front of Lord Sugar. (Image: Nine)
Jarrod Scott also seems to throw his fellow celeb under the bus, telling Lord Sugar, "There was no direction from Darren [McMullen]."
At some point, Married At First Sight's Beck Zemek seemingly forms an alliance with Ronnie Caceres, as she says to him, "You and I, go in the board to take someone out."
The teaser ends with Lord Sugar's famous last words, "You're fired!" as he's joined in the boardroom by his trusted advisers, Boost Juice pioneer Janine Allis and program newcomer, businessman and entrepreneur Nick Bell.
It appears that Beck has a few schemes up her sleeve this season. (Image: Nine)
Each week throughout the series, the celebs, who will be split into two groups, will need to use their industry contacts, unique skills and public profiles to sideline their competitors and avoid being sent home.
With $100,000 in prize money for the winner's charity up for grabs, it'll be an all-out warzone as everyone tries to avoid the firing squad.
As for who out of this bunch will come out on top, with bragging right to boot, there's still a way to go until we find that out.
Celebrity Apprentice Australia starts Sunday, May 22 on Channel 9 and 9Now.
This story was originally featured on our sister site, WHO Magazine.

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