Lord Sugar's business reality show is back on BBC One
The Apprentice returns to UK tonight (May 10) with a fruity challenge.
BBC One‘s hit business reality show returns for its seventh series, and the stakes are higher than ever. In a change from previous years the winning candidate will not receive a position in Lord Sugar‘s organisation, but a £250,000 investment in the business venture of their choice.
For their first challenge the teams are given £250 to invest into fruit and vegetables and sell as smoothies, juices and soups – but things soon run into trouble, according to The Mirror.
On the boys’ team one contestant is confused as to whether or not one of the items is an orange, before a broken juicer leaves them squeezing 1,400 oranges by hand.
Meanwhile on the girls’ team, leader Melody Hossaini claims to have trained with Al Gore, Desmond Tutu and the Dalai Lama.