Real estate mogul Donald Trump received Comedy Central's roast treatment Wednesday night -- and The Donald was a little apprehensive before the show began.

Trump told "Extra's" AJ Calloway, "They're gonna be brutal. They're gonna attack every part of my body -- especially my hair! I am not looking forward to this!"

Veteran roaster Lisa Lampanelli chimed in, "The only thing Donald should be running for is a new stylist and a gym!"

Lampanelli was joined on stage by "Family Guy" creator Seth MacFarlane, rapper Snoop Dogg, former talk show host Larry King, actress Marlee Matlin, Mike "The Situation" Sorrentino and more.

Here's a sneak peek!

After the show, Calloway caught up with Trump to get his reaction. "It was a rough evening, just about as rough as it gets. I knew it was gonna be like this, and I did it because Comedy Central was very generous with me, which in turn goes to charity. So charity's gonna make a lot of money!"

Although they roasted Trump, Sheen jokes were kept to a minimum. MacFarlane said, "It's basically the same Charlie Sheen joke after a while. I think that was a wise decision to stay away from those jokes."

But the Donald couldn't let Sheen off that easy. "He really needs help. You certainly can't blame CBS after all the terrible things he said, so it's very unfortunate."

The Comedy Central Donald Trump roast will air Tuesday, March 15.

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