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The Apprentice candidates head to Belgium to work as tour guides – but it ends in disaster as one team gets hopelessly lost

THE Apprentice candidates head to Belgium to work as tour guides in tonight’s episode but it ends in disaster. Lord Sugar sent the candidates to make some money in Bruges but it all goes terribly wrong when one team gets hopelessly lost. The candidates are tasked with planning and carrying out historical tours in the […]

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THE Apprentice candidates head to Belgium to work as tour guides in tonight’s episode but it ends in disaster.

Lord Sugar sent the candidates to make some money in Bruges but it all goes terribly wrong when one team gets hopelessly lost.

The Apprentice candidates are sent to Bruges on tonight’s episode
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The candidates are tasked with planning and carrying out historical tours in the beautiful city.

They must get tourists to pay for their tours and sell souvenirs to boost their cash and whichever team makes the most money wins.

Lord Sugar isn’t in Bruges but tells the group that he’s mixing the teams up.

Jade English, Sarah-Jayne Clark and Anisa Topan move to to Team Vitality, while Sarah Lynn, Sajan Shah and Harrison Jones move to Team Graphene.

They have to make money from guided tours and whichever team makes the most money wins
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Sarah-Jayne is the Project Manager and decides to do a historical tour with a beer tasting that costs £100 per ticket.

Over on Team Graphene, Elizabeth is the team lead and despite objections she decides to do a modern tour – with lots of spots for selfies – and they charge £55 per ticket.

Claude Littner describes her as being like a “head mistress” and is “sucking the fun out of the tour for the group”.

Both teams encounter big problems as Team Graphene promise tourists a segway tour but it’s actually a walking tour, chocolate tasting and just 15 minutes on a segway at the end.

Charles gets his group lost
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Karen is not impressed
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Meanwhile, Charles Burns from Team Vitality gets his group lost and they end up walking around a hospital for 30 minutes looking for the way in.

Karren Brady says: “It hasn’t occurred to them that the hospital is in the building.”

But Charles insists: “We were never lost, I just couldn’t find the exact entrance we were looking for, and I meant to walk in a circle.”

  • The Apprentice continues on BBC1 tonight at 9pm

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Lord Alan Sugar’s terrifying emergency landing from 41,000ft in a private jet

THE Apprentice’s Lord Alan Sugar might well miss his own show tonight after a private jet in which he was travelling was forced to make a terrifying emergency landing in America. The business guru was 41,000ft in the sky when he received the nail-biting news which saw the aircraft immediately touch down in Connecticut, instead […]

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THE Apprentice’s Lord Alan Sugar might well miss his own show tonight after a private jet in which he was travelling was forced to make a terrifying emergency landing in America.

The business guru was 41,000ft in the sky when he received the nail-biting news which saw the aircraft immediately touch down in Connecticut, instead of London.

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Lord Alan Sugar poses with one of his private jets – but not the one involved in the mid flight drama[/caption]

Alan, 70, will be back on screen in tonight’s episode of BBC show The Apprentice.

Yet should the programme to find his next business partner have been filmed live, it could have all been a different story.

Letting slip his nightmare commute Lord Sugar took to Twitter to re-tell his horror – and insist he was not travelling in his own private jet at the time.

He wrote: “On my way back to London in a Legacy 650 ( not my one I did owner a favour, lent him my one – long story)

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The Apprentice head honcho was alerted to the drama while 41,000ft in the air[/caption]

“Anyway at 41,000 ft we declare a emergency and have to land.

“Now stuck in Connecticut waiting for a plane to get me home.

“The irony of doing a favour.”

Yet fans were more eager to point out the irony of his travel mishap which happened on a very lavish form of transport – while budget brands EasyJet and RyanAir were available.

The private jet in which he was travelling was then diverted to America instead of continuing to London

One witty fan responded: “You’ll be late for the boardroom tonight to fire one of the chicken nuggets,” as another quipped: “This tweet is the definition of privilege 😂 “i have to wait now on a plane to take me home…” God love ye. Try Ryanair . 😂

A third heaped on the sarcasm to post: “I missed my bus the other week” as another remarked: “That’s what my sister in law describes as a “first world problem”.”

A Twitter fan then mused: “Easyjet Edinburgh to Stansted was on time today. Xmas miracles all round gaffer.”

In 2016, The Sunday Times Rich List estimated Lord Sugar’s net worth at £1.15billion.

This makes him the 95th richest person in the UK – so no wonder he can afford to take to the skies in style.


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The Apprentice star Andrew Brady furiously denies swearing in front of a client and claims the BBC falsely edited the show for the sake of a storyline

FIRED Apprentice candidate Andrew Brady has furiously denied swearing in front of a client – and claims the BBC falsely edited the show for the sake of a storyline. The project engineer, 26, became the first of three candidates to be given the boot on Wednesday – after being reprimanded by Lord Sugar for dropping […]

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FIRED Apprentice candidate Andrew Brady has furiously denied swearing in front of a client – and claims the BBC falsely edited the show for the sake of a storyline.

The project engineer, 26, became the first of three candidates to be given the boot on Wednesday – after being reprimanded by Lord Sugar for dropping the F-bomb mid negotiation.

Fired Apprentice candidate Andrew Brady has furiously denied swearing in front of a client

Candidates were challenged with the task of running their own doggy service business and fellow contestant Sarah Lynn said she was “mortified” after Andrew swore.

But in an exclusive interview with The Sun’s Bizarre column Andrew has revealed that he wasn’t fairly represented by the show.

He said: “I didn’t swear at the time it was portrayed.

“I’m very p***** off because it was put in at a time to deliberately make me look bad. It is total b******s.

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Fired Apprentice candidate Andrew Brady was the first of three candidates to be given the boot in a single episode
Charles Burns and Anisa Topan were also sent packing during the show’s third triple firing
Candidates were challenged with the task of running their own doggy service business

“They used it to tell a storyline – and Sarah went along with it. She did what she had to do. She was probably in the right to do what she did – I don’t hold it against her.

“Ultimately I am not going to play the tiny violin for myself. All I can say is that the candidates left are total weirdos who all buy their own Instagram followers.”

Lord Sugar also fired Anisa Topan and Charles Burns – described by Andrew as a “smug little b******.”

It wasn’t all stressful scenes in the boardroom for Andrew, who compares his time on the business show to being a university student.

Sarah Lynn claimed she was ‘mortified’ after Andrew allegedly dropped the F-bomb in front of a client
Andrew admitted to feeling like he was back at university during his time on the business show after The Sun revealed he bedded fellow fired candidate Anisa

The Sun revealed that Andrew bedded fellow hopeful Anisa, who is now married, during filming of the show.

Despite being gagged by The Apprentice PR team and warned not to talk about his secret romp, he said: “Surely that was just a rumour? Rumours are often true though aren’t they?

“I thought being on the show was going to be a big p*** up really. It was like student life, it felt like I was back at university again.

“I want to be remembered as a laddish candidate who didn’t take himself too seriously – that’s my legacy.”

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The Apprentice’s Andrew Brady, Anisa Topan and Charles Burns all FIRED as fans rejoice shock triple eviction

LORD Alan Sugar showed no mercy as he fired Andrew Brady, Anisa Topan AND Charles Burns in a shock triple eviction tonight. Bespectacled Charles – who had been hanging onto his place on the BBC show by a thread – was given the boot alongside his fellow Team Vitality members after they failed to impress […]

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LORD Alan Sugar showed no mercy as he fired Andrew Brady, Anisa Topan AND Charles Burns in a shock triple eviction tonight.

Bespectacled Charles – who had been hanging onto his place on the BBC show by a thread – was given the boot alongside his fellow Team Vitality members after they failed to impress in a doggy daycare task.

Andrew, Charles and Anisa were all fired in an explosive episode of The Apprentice
Lord Alan Sugar showed no mercy in the boardroom

The pooch-themed BBC show delighted viewers as the two groups of contestants were tasked with running their own service for canines.

Charles plumped to treat man’s best friend to some VERY luxury treats courtesy of a spa service.

Meanwhile Team Graphene, led by James, chose to focus on a less glamorous dog obedience course which suffered from a questionable pricing strategy, and a photoshoot for a dog charity.

Yet despite struggling to get to grips with figures as they charged different prices for the same course, they triumphed when it came to profit, securing a total of  £1,277.92 compared to £814.75.

Pooches were pampered with pedicures and blueberry facials
PM Charles was accused of doing very little in the task
The dogs were pampered in the salon

PM Charles had plumped for treatments including a blueberry facial and ‘Pawdicure’ on his salon menu – yet was left down in the doggie dumps when their first client cancelled.

His sub-team were left scooping up poop in a huge garden but back amid the dog shampoo and pooch perfume, mentor Karren Brady said he was: “Sitting back and letting them do all the work.”

After a drawn-out conversation in the boardroom discussing where the task went wrong, Charles eventually decided to bring Andrew and Anisa back in to join him.

There, he faced Lord Sugar’s wrath, as he said: “Charles – nice enough fellow but, just like the dogs, you seem to lay around and do nothing.”

Charles’ sub team were tasked with clearing up dog poo

Lord Sugar added: “I’m looking for a business partner who leads. I don’t want a consultant telling me after the event why my investment has gone down the pan.

“So I wish you the best of luck, but Charles, you’re fired.”

However, the east London business guru was by no means finished.

Lord Sugar turned to Andrew, 26, and said: “You come across to me as immature. The swearing, I don’t like that at all, I did warn you about it.”

“You want my honest opinion, I think you are here maybe four or five years too early. I don’t think you are ready yet – so Andrew, you’re fired.”

Anisa admitted she was ‘overwhelmed’ cleaning up dog and bird mess

Anisa attempted to say she hadn’t had chance to prove herself – despite the series being eight weeks in.

After Lord Sugar was outraged at the suggestion, he swiftly told her she would be exiting the show after claiming she was a “mystery” to him.

Explaining his three-pronged decision to his colleagues to Claude and Karren, he added: “I have to close my eyes and try to envisage these people in business with me, and in all three cases I couldn’t see it.”

Fans of the BBC took to Twitter to celebrate the mass exodus.

One posted a gif of a woman chering Hallelujah and wrote: “MULTIPLE FIRINGS THANK GOD.”

Another put: “Love when #LordSugar has a clean sweep of firings #theapprentice 😂😂😂😂” as a third cheered: “TRIPLE FIRING!!!!! YAAAASSSS.”

One rounded off with: “#TheApprentice OMG 3 Savage 😁😁 well done @Lord_Sugar 👏👏👏👏.”


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