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BBC Dragons’ Den star Peter Jones left ‘grumpy’ as he misses out on investment opportunity

Peter Jones was left walking away empty-handed after two other Dragons secured a joint investment on Dragons’ Den. The businessman put in an offer but was rejected when it came down to the final decision.

Fans of the BBC show tuned in to watch the return of the iconic series, which is entering its 21st season this year. However, many couldn’t help but notice how “grumpy” Peter was after losing out to Sara Davies and Deborah Meaden.

The Dragons met Gina Farran who is the CEO and owner of her start-up company Glaize, which is a beauty company that specialises in stick-on nails.

The aim is to give buyers salon-looking nails, without them having to go to a nail salon and pay for a manicure. The prices of the nails start from around £14 per pack.

Gina’s company attracted a number of Dragons who were keen to invest. Sara was desperate to give her all the money, but suggested that she needed a lot more help to keep the business growing.

Sara said that was willing to work with Deborah Meadan and share 8 per cent of the business, with both Dragons getting four per cent each.

Prior to the deal, Peter Jones suggested that Gina would benefit from some male experience. Many viewers noticed his reaction after losing out on the investment and took to X, formally known as Twitter, to voice their reaction.

One person said: “Peter Jones going the full Ken on #DragonsDen,” as a second chimed in: “lol, look at grumpy Peter! He almost threw his wig across the room!#DragonsDen.”

A third commented: “Peter’s reaction after missing out!#DragonsDen,” which showed a GIF of someone pouring themselves a large glass of wine and saying ‘Oh for f***’* sake.”

Also during the episode, a husband-and-wife duo pitched their range of doggie drinks, whilst another owner offered his inclusive magazine to help visually impaired children.

The series has also seen former footballer Gary Neville become a guest Dragon on the panel. Away from his playing career, Neville co-owns Salford City, a production company, and two hotels.

He started his property development whilst he was still playing football and it is now worth around £20 million. Another guest who is set to join the series is business mogul Emma Grede.

Dragons’ Den airs on Thursdays at 8pm on BBC One.

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