Trace Adkins is back! The tall, deep-voiced Louisiana singer will return for an 'All-Star' version of Donald Trump's 'Celebrity Apprentice' next season. I'm sure Chad will have something to say about this, but for now, Taste of Country's Jessica Nicholson has the scoop.

Adkins, who placed second on the show in Season 7, will face 13 other previous 'Celebrity Apprentice' contenders for the top prize. The 'Just Fishin'' hitmaker will reunite with previous contenders Stephen Baldwin, reality star Omarosa and actress and author Marilu Henner, as well as Gary Busey, magician and illusionist Penn Jillette, rapper Lil Jon (who was a teammate to John Rich during season 11), Dennis Rodman, Twisted Sister frontman Dee Snider, La Toya Jackson, actress Claudia Jordan, actress and author Lisa Rinna, Playboy Playmate of the Year Brande Roderick and Poison frontman Bret Michaels.

"They’re all very smart, and I think they learned a lot from their last go-around," Trump told the Associated Press when making the announcement of 'Celebrity Apprentice All-Stars.' "This time, some of them will change their game to fool their rivals -- some for better, some for worse."

John Rich won season 11 of 'Celebrity Apprentice.' Perhaps Adkins can top his last placement on the show, edging out the competition to make two country music winners on the reality show? 'Celebrity Apprentice All-Stars' will reportedly begin airing in March 2013.