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    Posted: 08 May 2011 at 16:16

Who will be the new Stuart Baggs on The Apprentice?

May 6 2011 by Roz Laws, Sunday Mercury

THE words of Stuart ‘The Brand’ Baggs – “I’m not a one-trick pony, I’m a field of ponies” – are still ringing in our ears, yet along come another bunch of candidates to face a grilling from Lord Alan Sugar.

The traditional broadcast time for The Apprentice is March, but last year’s contest was postponed because of the general election. It was finally screened before Christmas, but now we’re back on track for the seventh series.

The format is still pretty much the same – 16 overconfident candidates, 12 challenges, boardroom grillings, assistants Karren Brady and Nick Hewer – but the prize is different.

This time the winner will become Lord Sugar’s partner in a new business, with £250,000 of investment.

Among the candidates are fitness fanatic Natasha Scribbins, who used to work in Birmingham, while 26-year-old Melody Hossaini from Walsall comes out with a dangerously Baggs-like comment when she says: “Don’t tell me the sky’s the limit when there are footprints on the moon.”

Mind you, she’s not the only one. Helen Louise Milligan hasn’t got her work/life balance sorted yet, as she claims “I see my job as my complete life. I work 24/7”. Alex Cabral thinks “unpopularity is a good thing” while Vincent Disneur states “my very good looks make me stand out from the crowd”.

We’re in danger of getting a sugar high this week from an overdose of the Lord. Not only is he on The Apprentice two nights running – though it reverts to a normal Wednesday slot next week – but he’s also presenting the BBC2 show Lord Sugar Tackles Football on Sunday.

He interviews players, owners, agents and bosses, including Karren Brady and Harry Redknapp, to find out why football clubs are struggling to make ends meet. Might I suggest the players’ obscene wage bill is a little too high?

The Apprentice, BBC1,

Tuesday & Wednesday


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