Donald Trump will be in the hot seat this week, but not in the boardroom of his hit show "The Apprentice."
Trump is the latest celebrity to be roasted in Comedy Central's "Roast of Donald Trump." Joining the ranks of fellow roastees such as Denis Leary, David Hasselhoff, and Bob Saget, Trump will take his turn being roasted and praised by notable names in the entertainment world.
Roastmaster and "Family Guy" creator Seth MacFarlane is joined by comedian Jeffrey Ross, rapper Snoop Dogg, journalist Larry King, and "Jersey Shore" star Mike "The Situation" Sorrentino.
Like all previous roast honorees, Trump will have the chance to fire back some insults of his own to the roasters.
Snoop Dogg is just one of the victims of The Donald's insults in a clip released from Comedy Central. Trump says, "Snoop personally ended the East-coast, West-coast rap feud by becoming totally irrelevant. True. He's very proud of that."
The "Roast of Donald Trump" airs Tuesday, March 15th at 10:30 p.m. on Comedy Central.