10 Apprentice Candidates We Will Never Forget, And Where They Are Now From OnlyFans To The Shock Death

The apprentice is finally back on our screen tonight after not being on the air in 2020 and 2021 due to the coronavirus pandemic.

Sixteen new candidates are all hoping for a spot as Lord Sugar’s next business partner.

And they’re not the only new faces to walk into the boardroom, as first apprentice winner Tim Campbell will replace Claude Littner as he recovers from injuries sustained in a bicycle accident that nearly amputated his leg .

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At the start of the new season, we’re looking at 10 former contestants who have made dramatic career changes since appearing on the BBC hit reality show.

Frances Bishop



Frances Bishop

Frances from Yorkshire appeared in the Apprentice’s 12th series in 2016 – two years after starting The Pud Store, a children’s clothing retailer.

The businesswoman married semi-professional soccer player Neal Bishop in 2014, and the couple had welcomed a son, Oscar, in 2013.

However, in 2020 the 30-year-old split with her husband after finding out he cheated on her.

In 2017, Frances blew up the BBC show, claiming it “ruined lives” and likened it to “psychological torture”.

She said ok! Online: “It’s like the Hunger Games … it’s so stressful.”

Frances continues to run The Pud Store in Sheffield and Doncaster. In 2018, she waived the bill for a single mother who was struggling to pay Christmas presents for her children.

Alana Spencer



Apprentice winner Alana Spencer

Alana Spencer might have impressed Lord Sugar as early as 2016 when she won and reserved a whopping £ 250,000 investment from the businessman, but her deal wasn’t as successful.

Alana Spencer’s Ridiculously Rich Café, which serves cakes and sweet treats, was recently ranked number one on Trip Advisor of 132 restaurants in Llandudno, Wales, just six months after it opened.

Many customers complained about the overpriced hot chocolate and one described the café as “nothing more than a posh Gregg’s”.

It doesn’t seem to be looking good for the 29-year-old as she is also facing staff shortages in her other Welsh café branches.

The business women bought back Lord Sugar’s shares to Ridiculously Rich in 2019.

Regarding the bad reviews, Alana said, “I think we’ve learned that if you get a bad comment, you have to act, and that makes us probably not the best at dealing with.”

Katie Hopkins



Katie Hopkins

Katie Hopkins was a contestant on The Apprentice’s third season in 2007, when the show was still battling for a £ 100,000-a-year job with Alan Sugar.

She entered reality TV more than a decade ago and made a name for herself as the only candidate to “fire” Sir Alan and leave the show before the finals due to childcare issues for her daughters.

Since then, she has been criticized for her opinion on everything from the refugee crisis to the names of the children to obesity.

It wasn’t long after her Apprentice appearance that she had many TV appearances on offer, including guest appearances on 8 Out of 10 Cats, Loose Women and The Friday Night Project.

And a year after it stepped into the spotlight, it ended with an appearance on I’m a Celebrity … get me out of here! when she stepped in for a last minute exit.

She often messes up a few feathers with her wild and rude comments – she doesn’t mind annoying a few people.

Ryan-Mark Parson

Ryan-Mark starred on The Apprentice series 15, which aired in 2019 when he was just 19, making him the youngest-ever contestant on the reality business show.

Even before the show started, he caught the audience’s attention with his audition tape comparing himself to a luxury handbag and said, “You see this beautiful handbag with diamonds and the beautiful crocodile finish, but it actually hides something inside Inside and that’s what I like to bring to the table. “

Sir Alan Sugar fired him during the eighth week of the series.

Young businessman Ryan has been in the spotlight since appearing on the BBC show and even has his own column for the Daily Star.

He appears regularly in the debate sections of Good Morning Britain and GB News, which often go viral.

Most recently, apprentice star Ryan came under fire after branding older people as “lazy” for not wanting to return to work after retirement.

Ryan now appears on Channel 4’s Celebs Go Dating alongside other reality stars, including Towie star Chloe Brockett.

Camilla Ainsworth

Apprentice Star Camilla Ainsworth has gone through a complete career change and looks unrecognizable after starting the OnlyFans account and making a famous friend.

Camilla appeared on the BBC show in 2019, finishing second behind swimwear designer Sian Gabbidon.

She later teamed up with high street chain Holland and Barrett to launch the gourmet nut milk brand M + LKPLUS.

However, the 24-year-old has made a dramatic career change as she is now making whopping sums of money by posting racy videos of herself on the OnlyFans subscription site.

Pictures on the website described as “too naughty for Instagram” show Camilla in a bikini, thong, Basque, bra and yoga workout gear.

But Camilla insisted that she didn’t pose completely naked on the popular app and only shared snaps that she posted on her social media.

The entrepreneur used to be with Hollyoaks actor Owen Warner, but the two are no longer together.

She recently told fans, “I think it’s time to post without an apology and have a close-knit community of fans interested in getting to know me more personally.”

Stuart Baggs

Stuart Baggs performed on The Apprentice in 2010, and at the time, 21-year-old Stuart from the Isle of Man was the youngest ever candidate.

The entrepreneur, also known as Stuart Baggs “The Brand”, became known for his saucy bragging rights, including “Everything I touch is sold”.

Despite being eliminated in the semifinals, Lord Sugar described him as “one of the standout characters from The Apprentice”.

In 2015, Stuart died in shock after suffering an asthma attack days after his 27th birthday.

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Pals had raised concerns that he had worked 18-hour days and only slept about four hours a night.

Days before his death, the businessman had launched a new 4G Internet hub that was to revolutionize communication on the island.

Stuart made an eerie prediction of his death in Come Dine With Me a year earlier.

He told his competitors, “I’m not here for a long time, I’m here for a good time, and I want to live hard, die young.”

Luisa Zissman

Luisa Zissman finished second in the ninth series of The Apprentice in 2013, and has since appeared on Celebrity Big Brother a year later, earning a six-figure sum.



Luisa Zissman
Luisa Zissman

She started an online baker’s shop, but put the business into liquidation in 2016, a few days before the birth of her second child. In the end, she lost nearly £ 200,000 of her own money.

At its peak, The Baker Shop had sales in excess of £ 3 million and employed 30 people.

In September she was called up by the government to help address the truck driver shortage after getting her driver’s license in 2015.

Luisa makes regular guest appearances on This Morning and Good Morning Britain to discuss current affairs.

Lottie lion

Lottie, then 19, was one of the most controversial characters in The Apprentice’s 2019 series, reaching the top five.

The former Somerset librarian was involved in a racism fight after saying “Shut up, Gandhi” to her competitor and sparring partner Lubna Farhan – whose parents are Pakistani – in a WhatsApp group for the participants.

Lottie quickly denied allegations of being racist but later admitted the Gandhi comment and insisted that it be “taken out of context”.

Lottie has also been accused of speaking negatively about transgender women.

Lottie lost her job as a business analyst in Bristol during the pandemic and signed up for the Site Seeking Arrangement to meet a sugar daddy who should help her maintain her lavish lifestyle.

But her time on the website ended with her contacting the police about “threats”.

Fighting back tears, she told The Sun, “I thought that maybe I could buy a bag or a vacation while I’m there.”

Lottie recently came out bisexual, revealing that she was enjoying a three-month affair with a Love Island female star.

But she was turned down by Love Island’s bisexual Megan Barton Hanson after plucking up the courage to ask her out on a date.

Tom Bunday

Tom appeared on the Apprentice’s Series 13 in 2018 hoping to raise money for his tree surgery business, but was laid off in week nine.



Former apprentice Tom

It was then revealed that the real estate investor had once been imprisoned for assault and assault.

The 31-year-old spent four months in prison in Sweden for an attack on a man who needed bruises and stitches.

Since then he has spoken of his “deep regrets” about the incident and now runs his own real estate development company Woodworx.

Rick monk

Rick Monk appeared on The Apprentice in 2018 and described himself as a “wolf in sheep’s clothing”.

But fans of the show were shocked when it was revealed that Rick had previously escorted his partner Katie for £ 200 an hour.

The couple served customers in the Lancashire area, with Rick saying the couple were “sexually adventurous people.”

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