Contestant Selina Waterman-Smith says she wants to do a 'tell-all interview' about the show
Selina Waterman-Smith, a contestant on the latest series of The Apprentice, has branded the BBC One show “crap” and “shameful”.
In a series of tweets posted over the weekend, Waterman-Smith also called the reality series’ producers “dreadful”, and appeared to imply that unflattering stories about her in the press may have come from “the show”.
“I’m prepared to do a tell-all interview to any papers about the dreadful producers and what happens,” Waterman-Smith wrote in one tweet. “Get in touch ASAP!”
Though viewers have yet to see Waterman-Smith “fired” by Sir Alan Sugar on screen, she claimed in a tweet posted last month that she had “broken contract with the show” and would not be appearing on its BBC Two spin-off, The Apprentice: You’re Fired. This tweet, which was screen-grabbed by Digital Spy, has since been deleted.