The Apprentice boardroom reality ‘exposed’ as BBC star says ‘no one’s going to the loo’

The Apprentice viewers saw businessman Tim Campbell return to the BBC show in 2022 to fill in for Claude Littner. Since then, the advisor has remained a key part of the cast. As his third series at the forefront comes to an end, the 46-year-old gave some insight into what really happens on the show. When asked how gruelling the infamous boardroom scenes are, he told RadioTimes: “No one’s going to the loo!

“These people are after £250,000, once you’re in the boardroom, those doors are closed. Those scenes can go on for hours. When the candidates are in the foyer they have to be ready for a session that does not stop until Lord Sugar’s made a decision.”

Tim was crowned as the first-ever winner of the BBC business competition almost 20 years ago. With the finale of this year’s series close to an end, The Apprentice star gave some advice on the secret to winning the show.

He shared: “The biggest skill is balancing the tenacity to win with the humility to bring people with you because you have to get your team members’ support to reach the end stage.”

In the latest episode of the BBC show, the remaining candidates were tasked with creating a new vegan alternative to cheese. After finding himself on the losing team throughout the entirety of the competition, Phil Turner was told he was going to be the team leader to prove he was worthy of staying in the competition.

In the end, his team were successful and had won the challenge at hand as he found himself leading Flo Edwards, Paul Midha and Tre Lowe to victory.

This meant that Steve Darken, Rachel Woolford, and Foluso Falade were at risk of being sent home.

However, viewers watching were less than impressed with Paul making it through for another week despite his win.

Taking to Twitter to share their thoughts, @culture_scout said: “I am not sure I shall be investing any more of my time on #theapprentice. It’s a fix.”

@ohhimarc_182 commented: “Absolute fix. Phil, THE PIE MAKER, gets told he’s fired if he fails the next task, and the next task is food base.”

@xoems15 tweeted: “One of the most rigged b* predictable shows out there. Phil should have been gone weeks ago…oh funny that they gave him a food task so he can win..load of bu****it.”

@DOPreston said: “Fancy getting sent home when Phil lost 9 on the bounce. You’d be mortified. “

With @kokobopMP3 adding: “#TheApprentice is genuinely rigged in Phil’s favour like this task was catered to him and he got Tre on his team [sic] can’t believe he made it to interviews.”

This week, the final five will face the dreaded interviews where Alan Sugar’s no-nonsense business associates interrogate their business plans and CVs.

The Apprentice continues Thursday on BBC One from 9pm.

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