Tuesday, 26 May, 2020

Lord Alan Sugar’s ‘The Apprentice’ IS returning for another series!

Lord Alan Sugar has confirmed that BBC’s The Apprentice is returning in October.

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The BBC haven’t yet confirmed the return of the show but Lord Sugar himself has.

Sugar revealed that there’s a new series airing in October on the BBC, this will be the twelfth series of The Apprentice.

No date has yet been announced.

Since Lord Sugar started becoming a partner in the winning candidates’ businesses, he has invested £1,000,000.

When asked about the qualities he is looking for in his next business partner, Lord Sugar says: “When I started my business, I loaded the lorries, I designed the product, I stood on the production line and I marketed the product and that’s what I’m looking for here. A complete all-rounder.’’

It has yet been confirmed if Baroness Karren Brady and Claude Littner are returning, but we imagine so.

Stick with us for all the latest ‘The Apprentice’ news.

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