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Is this who wins Celebrity Apprentice Australia for 2022?

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Celebrity Apprentice Australia is back, with a brand new pack of local celebs heading up the show, hoping their business sense can win them a heap of money for a charity of their choice.

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The show is returning for a second year after debuting again in 2021 after a six-year hiatus.

The stellar season, which saw Lord Alan Sugar return as head of the boardroom, saw The Block’s designing queen Shaynna Blaze take out the crown.

With an audience captivated by the on and off-screen feuding, scandals, and drama, it’s no surprise the Nine Network has brought it back to be better than ever.

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(Credit: Nine Network)

This time around, we’ve seen the likes of motivational speaker Turia Pitt, Real Housewife Gamble Breaux, singer Samantha Jade, and actors Jodi Gordon and Vince Colosimo make a play for the winning title.

We also have some sporting prowess joining the cast, with swimmer Bronte Campbell joining the mix, as well as NRL star Benji Marshall.

And from what fans have observed, Benji just might be one to watch.

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Benji is one to watch! (Credit: Nine Network)

Keen fans, who already have their favourites picked out and are hoping for some insight as to what might happen, are already flocking to Sportsbet, which has a strangely accurate track record of picking winners on reality TV.

The betting site usually knows who will win The Bachelor, The Masked Singer, and MasterChef weeks ahead of their finale episodes, so we’re guessing their current odds might be pretty bang-on.

Currently, they have Benji Marshall in the top spot, with odds at 1.25.

The former Wests Tigers star is followed by Darren McMullen with odds at 6.00, and Ronnie Caceres with odds at 13.00, meaning things are looking pretty good for Benji!

WATCH: Benji and Zoe Marshall’s home (Article continues after video)

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Benji is supporting Souths Cares with his appearance on the show, choosing for any potential prize money to go to them.

Souths Cares is a not-for-profit that supports disadvantaged, marginalized and Indigenous youth and families, focusing mostly on education, training, health, and employment. They’re closely affiliated with Benji’s former football club, the South Sydney Rabbitohs.

We’re excited to see if Benji can take the lead on Celebrity Apprentice, but for the time being, we’re still enjoying watching all of this season’s stars.

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