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Some Twitter followers compared Lord Sugar to Roseanne Barr, the US sitcom star who was dropped by her network after an outcry following a racist tweet. As a black African man I am genuinely upset, offended and disappointing in you, Lord Sugar.Pape Ndiaye, 47, said he was 'absolutely' offended by the tweet, saying: That's one of the things that's going to keep me from going forward. But the bottom line is we don't need this kind of thing.You may now see our list and photos of women who are in your area and meet your preferences.Again, please keep their identity a secret Click on the "Continue" button search with your zip/postal code.THE new series of The Apprentice already sounds more like an episode of Love Island than a business show.I can reveal two of this year’s wannabe entrepreneurs got down to some saucy antics away from the boardroom.
“Afterwards they kept things going for a while, but relations have cooled off between them since filming ended.” Jade and James are among 18 candidates competing to secure LORD SUGAR’s £250,000 investment when the show returns to BBC1 at 9pm on Wednesday next week.
It Takes Two presenter ZOE BALL said last night: “Karen cannot be with us this series.” A source close to Karen, who won the series in 2006 with ex-England cricketer MARK RAMPRAKASH, said: “TV bosses wanted her to come back, but she was a bit miffed at missing out on the big judging role and didn’t want to devote any more time to the show.
“She’ll be focusing on personal projects and her dance school now instead.” At least, Camilla’s Choreography Corner still has a ring to it. I can reveal that the comic, who was runner-up on last year’s I’m A Celebrity, will be returning to Oz to present ITV2 spin-off Extra Camp opposite jungle queen SCARLETT MOFFATT.
The Apprentice Series 13 contestants (L-R) James White, Ross Fretten, Jeff Wan, Andrew Brady, Jade English, Sarah Lynn, Charles Burns, Bushra Shaikh, Sarah-Jayne Clark, Michaela Wain, Siobhan Smith, Joanna Jarjue, Anisa Topan, Elliot Van Emden, Elizabeth Mc Kenna, Sajan Shah, Danny Grant, Harrison Jones The contestants appearing on the new series of The Apprentice are James White, Ross Fretten, Jeff Wan, Andrew Brady, Jade English, Sarah Lynn, Charles Burns, Bushra Shaikh, Sarah-Jayne Clark, Michaela Wain, Siobhan Smith, Joanna Jarjue, Anisa Topan, Elliot Van Emden, Elizabeth Mc Kenna, Sajan Shah, Danny Grant, Harrison Jones.
KAREN HARDY has quit the Strictly Come Dancing fold altogether – after leaving BBC2 spin-off show It Takes Two.