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BBC TV show winner said she is now unemployed and on benefits after rejecting the prize role as an 'overpaid lackey'
BBC is criticised for ‘trivialising’ plastic surgery by backing contestant’s project
The finalist's one company has a net worth of £200
As Alan Sugar’s would-be apprentices squabble, pitch and panic, there is always one constant: the quietly observing face of Nick Hewer.
The show will see an all-girl final, between Luisa and Leah
After her controversial comments made on This Morning last week, the former Apprentice contestant said she disagreed with treating addiction
Countdown host says Sugar's involvement in the show could be 'to the detriment of his other business interests'
Jason Leech was fired from The Apprentice after he failed to win the heart of Lord Sugar over a bungled matchmaking challenge.
Love was not in the air for Luisa Zissman and Jason Leech during Lord Sugar’s dating task.
Apprentice candidate Alex Mills plays the role of a nightmare date - as a team leader steps down for the first time in the history of the BBC One show.
Apprentice boffin Tom Pellereau is hoping his latest invention is up to scratch as he unveiled a safe nail-clipper for babies.
Do you fast forward to the very end to see who's fired or do you prefer to bask in the contestants failing their tasks?
Lord Sugar evidently isn’t used to missing out on the big prizes in life. When his reality show Young Apprentice lost out to reality show Made in Chelsea at the British Academy Television Awards last night he might have clapped politely but soon made his displeasure felt elsewhere.
Fired Apprentice candidate Tim Stillwell revealed the one thing he has learned from being on the show is to know when to keep his mouth shut.
Forget the preamble, let's get straight to the pointed finger. This appears to be the consensus among viewers of the new series of The Apprentice. This week hundreds of thousands tuned in only to watch the bit when Lord Sugar fires someone, rather than sit through the preceding 55 minutes.