Former Motley Crue frontman Vince Neil argues with Boy George over alcohol in a preview clip for the upcoming season of NBC's The New Celebrity Apprentice.

Neil can be seen drinking as the two compete on the show to create an original song and video for Trident's "Cherish Your Teeth" campaign. "I just didn't want to be around that," the Culture Club singer says in the above video. Neil fires back, saying: "I'm way over 21."

Neil was singer with Motley Crue from 1981-2015, save for a mid-'90s stint by John Corabi. He wrapped up his tenure as frontman last New Year's Eve when the band played a final show in Los Angeles, then returned to the news in the spring when he got into what appeared to be a drunken altercation at a Las Vegas hotel. Neil pled guilty to a charge of misdemeanor battery in October.

Neil, Boy George and their team will be judged on the Trident video's creativity and entertainment value by actor Arnold Schwarzenegger and a pair of his advisors on The New Celebrity Apprentice, which premieres Jan. 2. Other contestants include singer Carnie Wilson, daughter of the Beach Boys' Brian Wilson, as well as comedian/actor Jon Lovitz and former football stars Eric Dickerson and Ricky Williams, among others.

The New Celebrity Apprentice airs at 8 p.m. on Mondays on NBC. Schwarzenegger takes over as host this year for President-elect Donald Trump.

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