BBC The Apprentice viewers stunned as Tim Campbell reveals incredibly ripped body

Tim Campbell
Tim Campbell was bashful as his ripped body featured on the show -Credit:BBC

The Apprentice viewers were left stunned as Tim Campbell's incredible body was revealed on the show. The business mogul, who was the first ever candidate to win Lord Sugar's investment on the BBC programme back in 2005 and returned as an aide in 2022, was appearing on spin-off show You're Hired when he was congratulated on his own success.

Host and comedian Tom Allen said he couldn't let Tim's achievement of being named 'Torso of the Week' by a magazine. He held up the glossy page revealing Tim's incredibly ripped abs.

A bashful Tim, 46, explained to viewers: "I was given the opportunity to compete with Usher Raymond, Lionel Messi Matt Damon and Zac Effron and I thought why not, why not."

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Viewers took to X, formely Twitter, to comment on Tim's physique, which is normally hidden under his business suit. One wrote: "Tim is so fine to me #TheApprentice."

A second commented: "Hello Tim someone obviously likes to go to the gym."

Tim was named 'Torso of the Week' in a magazine
Tim was named 'Torso of the Week' in a magazine -Credit:BBC

A third echoed: "Tim has been to the gym!" Another added: "Tim won’t let us breathe! Added a lil facial hair to go with that swole body I see."

Tim's 2005 win led him to land a job at Lord Sugar's firm, Amstrad, with a whopping £100,000 salary. After two years there, he embarked on several business ventures , which have contributed to his net worth today.

Tim, who was awarded the MBE for Enterprise Culture in the 2012 New Year's Honours List, is the founder of his own entrepreneurial social enterprise, Bright Ideas Trust, small business owner and co-author of one of Amazon's Top 10 business books for 2010, 'What's Your Bright Idea? '

Although Campbell’s exact income remains unknown, it has been reported that his net worth is estimated to be between £750,000 and £3.7 million.