The Jonas brother's episode airs on May 23, before the two-hour live finale of "The Celebrity Apprentice." On "Minute," contestants take a shot at 10 "deceptively simple" games, each with a 60-second time limit, for the chance to win $1 million.
"We can't wait for Kevin to come on the show and take on some of our most nerve-wracking challenges," executive producer Craig Plestis said in a statement to "Access Hollywood." "We're anxious to see if he can win it in a minute and raise some big money for his charity."
Kevin and his brothers, Nick and Joe, are currently shooting their hit Disney Channel series, "JONAS," prepping for a possible summer tour and gearing up for the release of their Disney Channel flick "Camp Rock 2: The Final Jam." Earlier this year, Joe revealed that though the Jonas Brothers have been pretty busy working on their own projects, they have no plans to break up any time soon.
"I'm doing a lot of writing and I'm not sure where that will pick up," Joe said. "I'm kind of sure, but I can't really talk about it. I'm excited. It's gonna be a really cool 2010. [Nick's] music and the music I'm writing and Kevin's music that he really wanted to start writing. I think all of our music together after all this time is really going to make it a great tour and a new album."
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