We are just days away from a new series of The Apprentice, after the show was taken off air throughout the pandemic.
It’s all very exciting, as the new candidates have been announced and they’re quite the interesting bunch.
The ambitious entrepreneurs are certain to provide moments of hilarity as they make questionable decisions on tasks, and memes for days when they get a dressing-down from Lord Sugar in the boardroom.
The BBC show usually airs in autumn, but it’s back to brighten up our January evenings as aides Karren Brady and previous winner Tim Campbell watch the hopefuls’ every move.
Baroness Brady is joined by the show’s success story as he replaces Claude Littner, who has been forced to sit out this series following an electric bike accident in April that injured his right leg so badly that doctors considered amputating it.
Karen – who has assisted on the show as an aide sine 2009 – has promised fans a wild wide throughout this series, as one task saw her ‘terrified’ in a high-wire moment.
The zip wire task left her trembling with fear as she got more than she bargained for when she signed her contract.
She also assures this series will be ‘a lot of fun,’ as the new contestants battle it out through several gruelling rounds to get their hands on a £250,000 investment from the big man himself.
This series boasts a batch of contestants who have already caused a stir online, as a Nicki Minaj fan and ‘qualified witch’ are amongst the 16 hoping to win over Lord Sugar and his chequebook.
However, we all know one of the best bits about The Apprentice is the social media content, so where will you find the candidates online to ensure you don’t miss a single second of Apprentice action?
How to follow the 2022 Apprentice candidates on social media
Time to open up Instagram and get following this bunch to make sure you know all the facts when your pals are discussing the latest episode on their lunch break.
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Candidates Aaron Willis, Shama Amin and Brittany Carter seem to be the only ones not on Insta, but perhaps they’ll join once the show kicks off.
The Apprentice returns on Thursday 6 January from 9pm on BBC One and BBC iPlayer.
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