Amy Anzel said The Apprentice features exactly the same sort of people every single year.
The owner of a children's day nursery, a flight operations instructor and a mathematician who has created an equation to measure carbon footprint are among the candidates competing for Lord Sugar's investment.
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Jeremy Vine carried on regardless as a photograph of the late Carry On star was shown with the caption Alan Sugar.
Lord Sugar said COVID protocol on the show, which was filmed in 2021, was so strict but promised 'you will not see a mask'.
The businessman paid tribute to his late sister on social media.
The Apprentice star announced the death of his brother a fortnight ago.
The Apprentice star's brother has died after catching coronavirus.
The comedian was raising money to save the Hackney Empire.
Lord Alan Sugar tells outgoing US president and one time Apprentice counterpart Donald Trump 'You’re fired'
Lord Sugar has branded former friend Piers Morgan a 'deluded pillock' and makes Adolf Hitler comparison on social media
Lord Sugar has accused a 'jobsworth' at the Advertising Standards Authority of making a 'fuss' about nothing.
The 'GMB' host's mother insisted she is 'the proudest Mum in the world'.
Filming for the show had already been put back, but further delay could be in the pipeline
Lord Sugar told the candidate he would "be an embarrassment" to his children in years to come with his "horrible" inkings.
As candidate Pamela Laird was walking out of Lord Alan Sugar's office, eagle-eyed viewers spotted the 'lifeless' figure.
The para-athlete said that he's 'still waiting' for certain comments that were made during filming to be addressed.
The Apprentice star has called for people "promoting" non-binary pronouns to be "sent away".
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Sugar: "Boris has got a good chance because he's a likeable chap and from my point of view, anybody who can stop Corbyn being elected, I would back them."
Alan Sugar backs Boris Johnson to become the next PM - because he can stop Jeremy Corbyn coming to power.
Lord Alan Sugar has defended The Apprentice’s aftercare process in wake of the deaths of Love Island stars Mike Thalassitis and Sophie Gradon, as well The Jeremy Kyle Show contestant Steve Dymond.
Arsenal-supporting Morgan took to social media to rue his ‘day from Hell’ yesterday, which saw him experience the pain of childbirth, be the victim of a theft, and then watch miserably as Tottenham reached the Champions League final.
The Apprentice boss also faced accusations of racism after he tweeted a picture of the Senegal World Cup football team, comparing them to beach vendors in Marbella.
Lord Alan Sugar has caused controversy on Twitter yet again.