Channel Nine to revive The Celebrity Apprentice and Beauty and the Geek

Channel Nine are reviving two iconic reality shows next year.

On Wednesday, the network announced plans to bring back The Celebrity Apprentice Australia and the dating series Beauty and the Geek.

Sophie Monk, who already hosts Love Island Australia for Nine, will step in as the official host of Beauty and the Geek, while Michelle Bridges will appear as a contestant on The Celebrity Apprentice.’

It's back! Channel Nine will air a new season of Beauty and the Geek next year hosted by Sophie Monk (pictured)

It's back! Channel Nine will air a new season of Beauty and the Geek next year hosted by Sophie Monk (pictured)

It’s back! Channel Nine will air a new season of Beauty and the Geek next year hosted by Sophie Monk (pictured)

‘Hosted by the original beautiful geek, Sophie Monk, this big-hearted program will showcase the power of love on the inside as a fresh group of beauties and geeks from all over the country test their brains and their charisma,’ Nine said. 

‘The new Beauty and the Geek promises to deliver laughs, tears and everything in between as two groups of people from completely different worlds are set to collide.

‘From the producers of ratings phenomenon Married at First Sight, Beauty and the Geek finds a new home on Nine with a rejuvenated and reimagined format as it explores the old saying that you can’t always judge a book by its cover.’

Beauty and the Geek previously aired on Channel Seven for six seasons from 2009 to 2014.

Flashback: Beauty and the Geek previously aired on Channel Seven for six seasons from 2009 to 2014

Flashback: Beauty and the Geek previously aired on Channel Seven for six seasons from 2009 to 2014

Flashback: Beauty and the Geek previously aired on Channel Seven for six seasons from 2009 to 2014

Meanwhile, British billionaire Lord Alan Sugar will host Celebrity Apprentice Australia after previously fronting the English version of the show for fifteen seasons.

‘After a six-year wait, Celebrity Apprentice Australia is back on Nine in 2021 with the biggest shake-up the series has ever seen,’ reads a Channel Nine press release. 

‘Known for his no-nonsense approach to business, sparks will fly and egos are sure to be bruised as Lord Sugar clashes with the celebrities in the boardroom.

Meanwhile, British billionaire Lord Alan Sugar will host Celebrity Apprentice Australia after previously fronting the English version of the show for fifteen seasons.

Meanwhile, British billionaire Lord Alan Sugar will host Celebrity Apprentice Australia after previously fronting the English version of the show for fifteen seasons.

Meanwhile, British billionaire Lord Alan Sugar will host Celebrity Apprentice Australia after previously fronting the English version of the show for fifteen seasons.

‘In each episode two teams of celebrities will take on an epic task, using their business savvy, creativity and charm – while reaching into their little black book of contacts – to win cash for their chosen charities.’

Nine also promises that the new season will feature ‘plenty of never-before-seen twists and tasks to keep viewers on the edge of their seats’.

The first three celebrities to throw their hat in the ring are personal trainer, author and TV personality Michelle Bridges, one half of Nova FM’s Fitzy & Wippa radio show; host Michael ‘Wippa’ Wipfli; plus Olympic gymnast Olivia Vivian, who is also the most successful woman in Australian Ninja Warrior history.

Making a comeback! Personal trainer Michelle Bridges (pictured) will compete on the new season of The Celebrity Apprentice

Making a comeback! Personal trainer Michelle Bridges (pictured) will compete on the new season of The Celebrity Apprentice

Making a comeback! Personal trainer Michelle Bridges (pictured) will compete on the new season of The Celebrity Apprentice

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