The BBC reality show will not be filmed this year due to social distancing restrictions in response to the coronavirus pandemic.
Lord Sugar has accused a 'jobsworth' at the Advertising Standards Authority of making a 'fuss' about nothing.
As candidate Pamela Laird was walking out of Lord Alan Sugar's office, eagle-eyed viewers spotted the 'lifeless' figure.
The 19-year-old librarian is accused of making racist remark about fellow contestant Lubna Farhan.
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.
Retired footballer Stan Collymore called out the BBC for its lack of diverse presenters.
The show returning this year after a decade-long hiatus to raise money for Comic Relief, with a host of top names on the bill.
Arsenal fan Piers Morgan was forced to publicly don a Spurs shirt after losing a bet last night, and Lord Sugar was there to grind additional salt into the wound.
The Apprentice star said if Jeremy Corbyn became PM "it would be like the mother-in-law driving the Ferrari over the cliff".
On The Apprentice, Christmas comes early as the two teams compete to make the best festive chocolates. And one of our favourites goes home.
In this week's Apprentice the axe fell fast, and fell hard. Tom was in the Taxi within second of the result being announced. But that's not where it ended…
The Apprentice is all about art this week. So the candidates are talking even more nonsense than usual. And Daniel has a special Art hairdo to amuse you.
The show's most popular candidate got his marching orders in this week's episode of The Apprentice, and the fans are absolutely furious…
Rita Simons reckons that the new series of I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here might get itself a new famous viewer once she hits the jungle camp.
Lord Sugar has said he'd support the legalisation of marijuana in the fight to calm the epidemic of stabbings among young people in London.
Remember where you were when fired Apprentice contestant Kurran Pooni said he would ‘win an Oscar’. In an interview with the Radio Times, he said: “I want to be an actor so I need to know if I look and sound good on screen and this is the best way to do that: get on TV. Viewers of the show were consistently confused about how he managed to evade Lord Sugar’s firing finger for six weeks, but he finally fell foul of the business magnate in the airline advertising task last night.
Contestants on The Apprentice are 'cut off from reality', according to a former hopeful, who has revealed that they're stripped of their mobile phones and get a 10-minute call home once a week.