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The Apprentice's Alex Mills June 26, - Online exclusively interviews former Apprentice candidate Alex Mills who has been eliminated in tonight's episode Leave a comment Alex Mills is the latest candidate to hear the dreaded words "You're fired!
Online chats to the year old about why Lord Sugar eliminated him, who he thinks will win, and how he grooms his "spidery" eyebrows.
How did you find your experience on the show? I'd have liked to be on it for longer, but these things happen. I was quite pleased with my performance throughout. As much as it is a shame to not go all the way when you feel like you have the potential, Lord Sugar did think I have the potential just not the experience.
He provided a very concise and fair reason as to why I was the one going. He said he felt I was a little bit too young to be his business partner at this time, but that I was a very enthusiastic individual who's bound to succeed in life and someone who should be admired.
However, he felt I just didn't have enough experience and was a little bit wet behind the ears as such. I just took it on the chin and have to move forward.
We only saw him in his business environment. We didn't go down to the pub or anything, so really what you see is what you get. But then I had to bring Leah in too —she shouldn't have been in there though. I was only going to bring back Myles in. She just came along for the ride.
Neil has clearly demonstrated he has very good skills at selling and business management and people management, so I think he has a lot of potential. Although Francesca was a little bit reserved at first, I think she's starting to display her accolades well. I bonded really well with Myles, Francesca and Neil.
We all made sure we had a good time and a good laugh. There were a couple of jokes about my eyebrows, but there we go. Are you a bit sick of the comments now? As long as they happen to fascinate people, I'm more than happy for people to be fascinated by them.
I just have them trimmed and waxed because the ends get a little spidery. I have tried threading, but it just doesn't work for me. It was just rubbish.
Herbert the pervert, it was an experience. I think I pulled it off alright.
I'm usually quite a good date so it was a bit hard at first, but I was able to fight it. That's what I'm focusing on.Luisa Zissman lost her battle with Leah Totton in the final of The Apprentice for a £, prize and the right to become Lord Alan Sugar’s latest business partner.
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