Lord Sugar has asked the teams to design and market a kids' electric toothbrush in tonight's challenge.
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 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.
Baroness Brady called the Duke and Duchess of Sussex "a weeping sore the Royal Family cannot heal”.
The businessman said his colleague's upcoming operation will 'hopefully' be his last.
Elle Stevenson, who appeared on the show in 2015, was branded 'fat', 'ugly' and a 'dirty tramp' during her time at environmental support firm Eden Beck.
Lottie Lion became one of the most controversial candidates in the history of 'The Apprentice'.
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.
The fired 'Apprentice' candidate said she was "sad" not have been on horseback this year.
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 70-year-old businessman said working a second job was less demeaning than visiting a food bank.
The 19-year-old librarian is accused of making racist remark about fellow contestant Lubna Farhan.
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".