Loose Women’s Saira Khan ordered her fellow candidate to stick his finger in a tub of yoghurt in tonight’s episode of The Apprentice Best Bits.
The 50-year-old television personality was a contestant in the first series of the BBC competition show in 2005, in which she finished as the runner-up.
And in one epic – but slightly scary – moment, Saira commanded her teammate James to sample the yoghurt they were selling during a live shopping channel broadcast as she yelled in his earpiece.
Watching her fellow colleague promote their product from the control room, Saira shouted: ‘James, take a yoghurt out of the fridge. Let me show you what it looks like.
‘Take the lid off and wobble it to the camera. Shake that thick, creamy yoghurt.’
She continued: ‘Shake that creamy yoghurt to me James. Fresh, creamy, full of bacteria. This is delicious! Put your finger in it!
‘That’s it, go on! Put it in your mouth.’
James followed Saira’s lead – and, naturally, she was delighted.
‘Well done, well done!’ Saira cheered on.
Although Saira’s clearly not one to mince her words and knows exactly what she wants, she didn’t manage to secure Lord Alan Sugar’s business investment and lost out to Tim Campbell as winner of the first-ever series.
Last week, The Apprentice Best Bits left fans in stitches after they were reminded of the iconic moment Elizabeth McKenna was defeated by chickens.
Never a dull moment on The Apprentice, is there?
The Apprentice: Best Bits is available to stream on BBC iPlayer.
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