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The Apprentice 2022 final: Amy Anzel ‘blind’ for being eliminated behind the Lord Sugar row

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Outspoken apprentice candidate Amy Anzel has opened up about her ‘ban’ from the You’re Hired sideshow, which airs after tonight’s BBC finale

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The Apprentice: Lord Sugar sacks Amy Anzel in February

The Apprentice’s Amy Amzel has said she was “blind” to not be invited to participate in the BBC You’re Hired final spin-off.

The 48-year-old was sacked by Lord Alan Sugar during week six of the BBC show, a decision she has since become ‘ageist’ as as the oldest contestant to appear on The Apprentice.

When finalist Kathryn Burn lost in week six, she brought Aaron Willis and Amy back to the boardroom, where Amy was eventually fired by Lord Sugar for not being able to step into the position of Project Manager in week six. run.

After Amy was fired, Lord Sugar took to Twitter, writing: “Amy didn’t sell her too slowly. Slower than broadband Wi-Fi in Cornwall. ”

Amy told the Mirror she found the tycoon’s comments “insulting”, noting that it worried her when there were “thousands of tweets” later directed at her from Lord Sugar’s followers.







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Amy describes writing an email to the producer detailing how the tweets felt, suggesting this may have been the cause of her removal from the show’s final season of You’re Hired.

Amy said of the decision: “It all went very well and I think, they’ve never told me anything negative or warranted anything, so I figured I’d go there. .

“I remember texting them saying what time it was to shoot because I had to arrange childcare and they never came back to me and then I pushed it away a little bit.

“Then they basically said they had the right not to have me there. That is so that.”







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She continued: “I was just very upset, very confused, very surprised. I was blindfolded because I thought things were going very well. It is disappointing.”

An Apprentice source said at the time: “Invitation to You Are Hired is always arbitrary and never guaranteed.”

However, Amy is one of the returning contestants on the show’s finale tonight, as the other two, Harpreet Kaur and Kathryn Burn, are tasked with launching a new business and introducing it. for Lord Sugar for a chance to win a £250,000 investment.

Regarding her participation in the final, Amy said she sees it as helping the finalists rather than getting into her relationship with Lord Sugar, which she describes as ” does not exist”.






Amy said she sees it as helping the finalists rather than getting into her relationship with Lord Sugar





Amy is one of the returning contestants on the show’s finale tonight

She said: “When I got there and saw it was Kathryn and Harpreet, I couldn’t be more excited for them.”

Amy returns to direct a commercial for Kathryn, whom she says she got to know very well during The Apprentice.

“I am honored to be there to help,” she said. It’s great. I was able to distinguish between my relationship with Lord Sugar and my supporting a candidate I met very early on so I really wanted to support and I wanted to support fellow entrepreneurs. ”

The Apprentice Finals airs at 9pm on 24 March on BBC One and You’re Hired! next spin-off at 10pm on BBC Two.

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