The new season of Celebrity Apprentice Australia is just around the corner and it looks the show has secured pop star Amy Shark to help out with a challenge.
As spotted by The Daily Mail, the Cry Forever singer was seen with the other stars of the reality TV show at Manly Beach last week. Divided into a red and blue team, the celebs appeared to be trying to entice people to purchase items at their beachside sale.
And Shark very much got involved in the action, chatting happily with passers-by as she tried to drum up support for the blue team. She was also spotted operating behind the table, calculating sales and noting remaining stock.
On the blue team alongside Shark were former rugby league star and Ninja Warrior competitor Elono Vunakece, Aussie comedian Jean Kittson, and social media star Carla from Bankstown (aka Benjahmin James).
Competing against them for the red team were The Block‘s Ronnie Caceres, former NRL player Benji Marshall, and radio stars Will and Woody. Other celebs taking part this year include former Home and Away star Jodie Gordon, actor Vince Colosimo, MAFS alumni Beck Zemeck, and even an Olympic gold medallist in Bronte Campbell.
Celebrity Apprentice Australia has had several famous singers over the years. Despite there being two of them, The Veronicas could only make it to task six last year; Australian Idol contestant Rob Mills fared little better in season three; Sophie Monk impressively won season four, raising over $260,000 for Make-A-Wish Foundation.
Shark, meanwhile, has enjoyed a great start to 2022. She won Best Single for ‘Baby Steps’ at the 2022 Sailor Jerry Rolling Stone Australia Awards in March. That month also saw the singer fill Melbourne’s Rod Laver Arena in the first headline concert by a music artist the famous venue since the start of the pandemic. She’s also about to embark on a mammoth regional Australia tour, taking in 60 dates across the country.
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Celebrity Apprentice Australia is set to return to Channel Nine in early 2022.
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