A former apprentice from Sevenoaks revealed what the show is really love behind.
Last year, in an interview with Kent, swimwear manufacturer JD Irrell revealed the popular program that will be shown on the Broadcasting British Corporation tonight (October 11th).
Swimwear manufacturers were fired in the 12 series of fifth concentration, which was broadcast in 2016.
Here’s what he told us, the audience probably won’t notice, when the camera opens…
Contestants on their TV roles
JD said, “I don’t think you can take it too seriously. You just need to smile a little, or you’ll be a little crazy.”
“But I did see it from behind the pillow, and I remember what I said at the time.”
Everyone in the program looks like a pack of monkeys.
JD says the long day and the pressure camera can push some candidates to advantage, but he insists on the real personality of life.
He said, “interestingly, everything is for perspective.”
“You think it’s easy to create this thing, sell it, or make this ad, but when you’re under eight or nine other candidates and a self load, it’s more difficult than you think.
“Everyone looks like a group of monkeys, but more is able to manage the situation, not the camera.”
You have to fight for victory.
“That’s a mess,” he said.
“In the boardroom, I put out my hand, admitting that it was all my fault.” It costs me a lot.
“I had to be fired, because I didn’t fight for it. I think Lord sugar swimwear manufacturer wants to see me fight for it.”
People are not always loyal to themselves.
Dr. Juris said that he was in the social dynamics of the program and how people were not always loyal to themselves.
“Look back at it, it is all about whining, despicable and put people off the bus,” he said, “people are just ripping each other to pieces.
“I think I’m a very capable candidate, but I’m not going to do that very well.”
Candidates get a lot of support from their peers.
He said, “my teammates have been thrilled with my performance, and one of them has used this twisted photo app to turn my head and neck into a huge thumb. It’s terrible.”
The apprentice house influences the screen
JD says that the social dynamics in the house rarely appear on the screen, and also affect the interaction on the screen.
“When I saw it on TV, I thought,” I would kill it absolutely, “but I never thought about social problems.” He added.
“When people cook for people or play a team member at home, you can see the difference.
“When they don’t wear a suit or try to sell something on the swimwear manufacturer, it’s interesting to see what kind of person they are.”
Head space really needs
He said he spent a lot of time reading, separating himself from the group and getting a little “space of mind” because he was used to being with his family.
Sugar Lord, of course, is a legend
When JD finally got into the meeting room, he noticed that the main sugar was nailed every time”.
What impressed me most was that we were going to run around, shoot and work hard.
“Then the main sugar comes in, stands up, delivers, makes a couple of gimmicks and disappears again.”
He said, “Karren Brady and Claude Littner, chief sugar consultant,” it’s terrible”.
He said, “you know, if you make a stupid mistake, they’re watching you, but you have to pull yourself together.”
“They also give us support and tell us when to step back and take a breath.”