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".
'The Apprentice' star Lord Alan Sugar also confessed to missing the birth of his eldest son on an upcoming episode of 'Piers Morgan's Life Stories.'
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."
Saira Khan has revealed she struggled with her mental health in the wake of sudden fame after 'The Apprentice'.
Working as an editor or producer on Donald Trump's US version of The Apprentice sounds like it was a bit of a headache.
The Apprentice star said if Jeremy Corbyn became PM "it would be like the mother-in-law driving the Ferrari over the cliff".
Jessica Cunningham calls for the traditional nativity to be ditched in favour of more modern and diverse plays.