MTV2 is retooling the classic American game show Hollywood Squares, giving the show’s fifth incarnation a Hip-Hop remix. Entertainment Weekly reports that the network has secured the rights to the tic-tac-toe styled game show and will rename it Hip-Hop Squares. Despite the title, not all of the stars already signed on to appear are directly from the world of Hip-Hop; many are simply close to or fans of the genre. So far MTV2 has lined up Nick Cannon, Bam Margera (of Jackass fame), actress Kat Graham, DJ Khaled, Biz Markie, Ghostface Killah, Fat Joe, Mac Miller, Machine Gun Kelly, Pittsburgh Steelers linebacker Lamarr Woodley and others, according to EW. “They cross the spectrum from musicians and celebrities to athletes and causal fans of hip hop,” Paul Ricci, MTV2′s programming chief, told EW. “The show will refresh an iconic format and create a fun, dynamic series that’s unpredictable, heavy on personality and much more ‘party’ than ‘game show’.” The EW story did not mention a host. To the unfamiliar, Hollywood Squares was a larger-than-life game of tic-tac-toe in which each of the board’s nine quadrants (squares) was occupied by a celebrity. The contestants — one representing X’s and one representing O’s — took turns a choosing a celebrity, who is then asked a trivia question by the host and it is up to the contestant to agree or disagree with the celebrity’s answer. Correctly agreeing or disagreeing with the celebrity wins control of the square. Just like in tic-tac-toe, the first contestant to control three consecutive squares either vertically, horizontally or diagonally wins the game. In the event that consecutive squares cannot be won, the first contestant to control five squares wins. First premiering in 1965, Hollywood Squares has already had four versions, as the rights to the franchise have been sold repeatedly. The show has had a total of 25 seasons.