Among the likes of Sharon Osbourne, Cindy Lauper and the world's fastest man, Michael Johnson, one of the celebrities hitting the streets this time around is Rod Blagojevich.
Blagojevich was twice elected Governor of Illionois, the fifth most populous state in the United States of America.
His career hit a spectacular low after allegations that he had sought personal benefit in exchange for an appointment to the United States Senate as a replacement for Barack Obama after Obama, of course, resigned his Senate seat to become President of the United States.
Although Blagojevich is yet to face court he was impeached by the Illinois House of Representatives and barred from holding further public office in the state by the Senate.
Blagojevich isn't silent, however, whether in his blog or while performing tasks in the Apprentice.
Last night's episode showed us you don't need any IT savvy to run a state of 13 million people, beginning with Blagojevich's inability to power on a regular MacBook Pro laptop.
To project manager Michael Johnson's disgust, Blagojevich only managed to pump out a single paragraph after 30 minutes of pounding the keyboard. Johnson sent him off on a different task.
The ex-Governor, or 'Gov' as he is affectionately known on the show, explained:
'One of the things when you're Governor, there's 60,000 people working for you, they pretty much research for you. Before that I was a congressman, and I never had to learn it.'
Perhaps basic computing instruction ought to be offered to politicians. There's certainly an Australian Senator who evidently is out of touch with technology too.