Who left The Apprentice last night?

THE Apprentice shocked fans with a double firing last night (March 2, 2023)

The 2023 contestants are being whittled down, and now TWO more unlucky hopefuls have been given the boot by Lord Alan Sugar.

Avu Sharma and Bradley Johnson were both fired from The Apprentice

Who left The Apprentice last night?

The Apprentice said goodbye to Avi Sharma on March 2, 2023.

Lord Alan Sugar told him: “Avi that concoction you put it on your skin, and it dyed your skin green…. Avi you’ve grown in this process since you came here and I’m very pleased about that for you.

“But it is regretful, that Avi, you’re fired’.

However, the city banker was not the only one to be sent packing during the episode.

In a shock double firing, the show also said goodbye to Bradley Johnson, a director of a construction company from North Yorkshire.

Firing him, Lord Sugar said: “Disgrace, total disgrace. Bradley, three times project manager, three times you’ve tried to change the product when you’re pitching it.

” I’ve told you before, I don’t ever want to see you back in this boardroom again, and I’ll tell you what, I’m never going to see you back in this boardroom again.  Bradley – you’re fired.”

Who is left in The Apprentice?

The Apprentice started off with 18 candidates, all hoping to impress Lord Sugar.

This is who is still left on the show:

Dani Donovan, a hair salon owner from Hertfordshire.Marnie Swindells, a court advocate from London.Megan Hornby, an owner of a sweet shop and cafe from East Yorkshire.Rochelle Anthony, a hair salon owner from Bedfordshire.Simba Rwambiwa, a senior sales rep from Birmingham.Victoria Goulbourne, owner of an online sweet business from Merseyside.

Who has left The Apprentice so far?

Every week Lord Sugar sends one candidate packing, and they must leave the famous boardroom forever.

This is who has been fired so far are:

Week Nine: Avi Sharma, a city banker from London and Bradley Johnson, a director of a construction company from North Yorkshire.Week Eight: Mark Moseley, an owner of a pest control company from London.Week Seven: Sohail Chowdhary, owner of a martial arts school from SouthamptonWeek Six: Joe Phillips, a former Safari Guide from Worcestershire.Week Six: Reece Donnelly, a theatre school owner from Glasgow QUITWeek Five: Shazia Hussain, a technology recruiter from London.Week Four: Denisha Kaur Bharj, financial controller from Leicestershire.Week Three: Gregory Ebbs, owner of Online Antiques Marketplace from Shropshire.Week Two: Kevin D’Arcy, an accountant from Dublin.Week Two: Shannon Martin, a bridal boutique owner from West Yorkshire QUITWeek One: Emma Browne, a senior account executive from County Kildare.