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Celebrity Apprentice 2019 Is Here!

Updated: Mar 1, 2019

Celebrity Apprentice 2019 is being run as part of Comic Relief’s Red Nose Day.

The line up is full of celebrtities jumping into the business world right into the firing line of Lord Sugar.

There will be two episodes which will see the boys compete against the girls, with Lord Sugar judging their performance alongside Baroness Brady and Claude Littner.


Who are the Celebrity Apprentice stars?

Amanda Holden

Actress and presenter, Amanda Holden, best known as a judge on ITV’s Britain’s Got Talent.

Ayda Williams

Ayda recently became a judge on X Factor alongside her husband, Robbie Williams. Ayda has also been a panelist on Loose Women.

Kelly Hoppen

Kelly is a South African born, interior designer who was also a Dragon on BBC’s Dragon’s Den.

Rachel Johnson

Rachel is not just a journalist and presenter, but is also Boris Johnson’s sister.

Tameka Empson

Tameka is best known for her role as Kim Fox in EastEnders since 2009. Tameka also took part in Strictly Come Dancing 2016.

Omid Djalili

Omid is an actor and comedian who has starred in a plethora of blockbuster films, including Pirates of the Caribbean.

Richard Arnold

Richard is best known for his role as the entertainment editor for ITV’s Good Morning Britain.

Rylan Clark

Rylan came to the British public’s attention in 2012 when he appeared on The X Factor. Rylan then won Celebrity Big Brother 11 in 2013 and has appeared as a presenter on many TV shows.

Russell Kane

Russell is a comedian, presenter and a novelist. He has appeared on various TV shows, including The Apprentice: You’re Fired!

Sam Allardyce

Sam was a professional football player and then went on to become a football manager, managing the England team for a brief period.


When is Celebrity Apprentice being aired?

The Celebrity Apprentice will be aired as part of Comic Relief’s Red Nose Day efforts.

Watch the 1st episode of Celebrity Apprentice on BBC 1 from 8pm to 9pm on March 7th and the 2nd episode on March 8th 2019 in which the winners will be announced - you can also catch up on BBC iPlayer.



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