Aubrey O'Day, once under Diddy's tutelage as part of Danity Kane, is gearing up for a new boss -- a man that possesses an Olympic hairdo and makes more egregious political decisions than all Republican presidential candidates combined -- Donald Trump.

The New York real estate mogul announced on NBC's 'Today Show' Wednesday morning (Jan. 4) that several reality show superstars would be joining the ranks of the newest season of 'Celebrity Apprentice.' O'Day will be accompanied by singers like 'American Idol' contestant Clay Aiken, Twisted Sister's Dee Snider and bubblegum pop professional Debbie Gibson.

As always, all celebrity contestants compete on behalf of a charity, with O'Day repping for the Gay, Lesbian and Straight Education Network (GLSEN). The R&B-pop songstress will also be competing against 'Star Trek' cowboy George Takei, long-lost TV host Arsenio Hall, New Jersey housewife Teresa Giudice and many others.

Aubrey O'Day is no stranger to reality television. Under the tutelage of Diddy, the singer got her on-camera dramatics from MTV's 'Making the Band 3' series. After touring with the now-dissolved Danity Kane, Aubrey was fired from the girl group and forced to seek out other means of entering reality. She has since publicly dealt with weight gain while endlessly strolling the beaches of California with her dogs on Oxygen's show 'All About Aubrey.'

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Aubrey O'Day Talks New Reality Show