The preening 22-year-old, who Lord Sugar called "deluded" before wielding his firing finger in last night's episode, insists he was specifically kept in - because he's so entertaining. Lord Sugar made Kurran project manager for the advertising task, which saw the teams attempting to invent a low-budget airline. The results saw the law graduate, who has been branded the worst candidate in Apprentice history, deliver an almighty loss for his team - but it left viewers in hysterics. Continue reading: Which candidates have been fired so far? Apprentice star Rick Monk admits he and his partner worked as £200 an hour escorts as part of ‘adventurous sex life’ Sun Subscribers get the latest breaking news and videos directly to their feed. SUBSCRIBE NOW and hit the bell to be the first in
Rick, 33, is a Quality Controller from Lancashire Rick says that one of his best qualities is his confidence and assertiveness and that being able to separate business from pleasure means he is good at getting the best from others. He believes befriending all the contestants will set him in good stead to get their backing in a task but warns he is a ‘wolf in sheep’s clothing’ and will use this to his advantage. He says: “I won't p****foot and waste time, as time is of the essence in everything. People will have to like it or lump it.” Lord Sugar needs "eyes and ears" on the ground during each week's tasks. He used to be assisted by Nick Hewer and uber-shrewd Margaret Mountford. But after legal aid Margaret left in 2009, West Ham CEO Karren Brady took over the role. Then, in 2014, PR
Did you know President Trump and Omarosa Manigault Newman once teamed up for a dating show to find her love? Trump was the executive producer of the short-lived reality dating show, “The Ultimate Merger,” which aired on the TV One in 2010. Now, one of the contestants is saying the show was a bit of a sham. Eddy Puyol said Omarosa lived up to her reputation as a reality show villain. “I remember saying, 'If I win, am I really going to marry her?’” he told Inside Edition.
Fired White House employee Omarosa Manigault Newman may have many more tapes supporting claims she makes in her book. Her close friend, journalist Jawn Murray, said "she has enough audio for a White House greatest hits box set,” according to the New York Daily News, adding, “when you work in a place full of lies and poisonous politics, a place that has been dismissive of every other person who worked there and reduced them to coffee boys and errand people, it's no wonder she chronicled things.”
President Trump is facing blowback for trashing Omarosa Manigault Newman as "that dog" on Twitter. The New York Times called Trump's tweet from Tuesday morning "remarkably crude" and said it disparaged "a minority woman who once served at the highest levels in his White House." The attack came as Manigault Newman released another tape from 2016 in which Trump campaign officials discussed how to deal with a supposed recording of the now-president using the N-word on "The Apprentice" years earlier.