THE Apprentice is set to be sexier than ever with a trio of business beauties competing for the crown.
The reality TV competition has lined up a group of budding entrepreneurs including these ambitious beauties.
Brunette Venezuelan business woman Jemelin Artigas is set to bring some glamour to the boardroom.
The former model, actress and World Darts Championship walk-on girl describes herself on social media as a ‘Traveller, Mumpreneur, Business Coach and Motivator’ and specialises in the anti-ageing business.
Her social media is full of sexy bikini pics and sultry poses in front of the camera showing off her long legs and photogenic features.
Competing alongside her in the boardroom is blonde Pamela Laird from Dublin, the founder of MoxiLoves, which are “genius problem solving, travel friendly products”.
The 27-year-old is a former Dragon’s Den success story who infamously turned down three offers of investments and is one of Ireland’s most successful young entrepreneurs.
The former nail technician built her beauty brand around clever problem-solving products and can be found on social media in a variety of glamourous dresses and figure-hugging frocks.
Also on the line-up is sultry brunette Carina Lepore, the director of Dough Artisan Bakehouse.
The 31-year-old’s social media page is full of glam shots of the business woman in bikinis and skin-tight outfits showing off her impressive curves.
Jemelin Artigas showing off her figure on social media[/caption]
The competitive reality show is back on our screens in early October and the screen is set to sizzle with the addition of these sexy female leads.
Sixteen eager entrepreneurs are preparing to compete against one another to become Lord Sugar’s next business partner and the competition looks impressive.
A spokesperson for The Apprentice has said: “‘We do not confirm any of the candidates’ identities until nearer the show airing, on BBC One.”
Last year, Lord Sugar selected 25-year-old swimwear brand owner Sian Gabbidon as the winner of the series with runner-up Camilla Ainsworth, a nut milk brand owner.
Speaking to The Sun Online after her win she said: “I believe in my business and myself. I think I proved to him [Lord Sugar] I was a really strong contestant.
“As a business woman I always aim high. I did get people saying I will never set up a functioning business in Leeds and I did it.”
Meanwhile, Lord Sugar has just parted ways with Apprentice winner Alana Spencer just three years after her triumph on the BBC1 show.
The pair united in 2016 after her win with cake brand Ridiculously Rich, but it has come to an end.
A TV insider spoke to The Sun and said: “Alana has now bought back all of Lord Sugar’s shares in Ridiculously Rich and she is now the sole owner and director of the firm.
“The luxury, hand-made cake company now supports almost 50 franchisees across the country.”
Lord Sugar — who pumped £250,000 into the business — said: “I will follow Alana’s progress with much affection.”
Alana said of the split: “The knowledge and advice gained from Lord Sugar and his team in the early stages of the business has been invaluable.”
Great British Bake Off comedian Tom Allen will replace Rhod Gilbert on The Apprentice: You’re Fired who is leaving after three years to focus on his stand up.
Tom Allen said: “I’m excited and humbled to be joining this wonderful, much loved show as host.
“I’m looking forward to analysing, satirising and, dare I say, celebrating the many ‘interesting’ choices the candidates make during their Apprentice journey whilst gaining valuable insight into the business world.”
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