The Apprentice final is here after 12 weeks of intense boardroom dramas and hilarious blunders.

The final four saw Steff, Harpreet, Kathryn and Brittany get grilled by four of Lord Sugar's entrepreneur friends and aides. 

It was the first all-female semi-final since 2015.

However, Steff and Brittany didn't do enough and were sent home, meaning Kathryn and Harpreet are battling it out to win Lord Sugar's £250,000 investment. 


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This week, the fired candidates re-joined Harpreet and Kathryn to help them launch their businesses. 

West Yorkshire-based Kaur pitched Oh So Yum! – a dessert parlour and sweet treat delivery service.

The pre-existing company, named Barni's, has two locations, in Leeds and Huddersfield, which she owns with her older sister Gurvinder.

Burn set up an online pyjama store called My Christmas Pyjamas in 2018. 

She expanded her brand and launched My Everyday Pyjamas, in February 2022. 

Burn pitched her PJ business under the name 'Pyjamily' with a questionable logo that consumer feedback said looked more like a healthcare brand. 


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After deliberating with Karren and Tim in the boardroom, Lord Sugar said: "It's a very difficult situation for me.

"A lot of the companies I invest in are a start from scratch situation.

"Harpreet you're gonna be my business partner."

After winning the show, Kaur said she plans to “take over the dessert world,” and expand the business alongside her sister.

Kaur also revealed how she plans to celebrate her success, saying: “I’m going to get one of my cookie pies, I’m going to slice it up, I’m going to warm it up and I’m going to eat it all to myself.

“Once I’ve done that, I’ll be back at work.”