Paris Hilton, Snoop Dogg and Gene Simmons have been booked for the sequel to last spring’s surprise CBS hit "I Get That A Lot."
The hidden camera prank show, in which celebs go undercover as "ordinary" Americans working regular jobs, drew more than 10 million viewers and strong demo numbers in its first outing last April Fool’s Day. That prompted CBS to order up more of the franchise.
The first follow-up to last spring’s special has now been booked for Wednesday, Jan. 6 at 8 p.m.
Hilton will try to impersonate a gas station worker, while the D-o-double-g will attempt to fit in as a parking lot attendant. Kiss frontman Simmons will do his best to convince customers that he’s a psychic guru.
Other celebs who’ve filmed appearances on the next "I Get That" include Rachael Ray (dry cleaner), skateboarder Tony Hawk (surf shop employee) and "Big Brother" host Julie Chen (yogurt shop).
Reality veteran Eric Schotz is the executive producer of "I Get That" via his LMNO Entertainment banner.