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Entertainment Lord Alan Sugar wants The Apprentice to air for 'four more years'

05:06  22 september  2020
05:06  22 september  2020 Source:   dailymail.co.uk

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Lord Alan Sugar has said that he would be open to appearing in The Apprentice for at least four more years , as fans prepare to The Apprentice : Best Bits will air over six weeks, and will look back at some of the series most explosive and ridiculous moments after the 2020 series was postponed to

Lord Sugar has made most of his fortune from his property company Amsprop, which he owns with his son, Daniel Sugar . In 1968, the businessman also Lord Alan Sugar says he wants The Apprentice to air for ' four more years ' as he looks back at the show's Best Bits after 2020 series cancellation.

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Lord Alan Sugar has said that he would be open to appearing in The Apprentice for at least four more years, as fans prepare to look back at some of the show's best moments.

The businessman, 73, admitted he'd like to do at least 20 years of the BBC show as it's a 'nice round figure,' after this year's series was cancelled.

The Apprentice: Best Bits will air over six weeks, and will look back at some of the series most explosive and ridiculous moments after the 2020 series was postponed to next year due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

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The Apprentice star Lord Alan Sugar has claimed that the new series of the show might not air until late 2021, thanks to the global coronavirus pandemic. It was already announced that filming of the 16th series had been postponed due to the growing nature of the virus. Now, taking to Twitter, Lord Sugar

a man wearing a suit and tie: Sticking around: Lord Alan Sugar has said that he wants to star in The Apprentice for at least four more years, as fans prepare to look back at the show's greatest moments © Provided by Daily Mail Sticking around: Lord Alan Sugar has said that he wants to star in The Apprentice for at least four more years, as fans prepare to look back at the show's greatest moments

Asked how long he'd be open to starring on The Apprentice, Alan said: 'I said last year that I wanted to do 20 years.

'We would have been doing series 16 this year and I was happy to do four more. But of course it is the BBC who will decide if they wish to do it.

'I fully understand they are in charge but if they wanted to do it, I think 20 years is a nice round figure.'

a group of people posing for a photo: More? The businessman admitted he'd like to do at least 20 years of the BBC show as it's a 'nice round figure,' after this year's series was cancelled © Provided by Daily Mail More? The businessman admitted he'd like to do at least 20 years of the BBC show as it's a 'nice round figure,' after this year's series was cancelled

After 15 years of tasks, interviews and business ideas, the mogul added he still enjoys starring on the show, saying: 'What motivates me is going back to my old days of starting a business from scratch.

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Lord Alan Sugar says he wants The Apprentice to air for ' four more years ' as he looks back at the show's Best Bits after 2020 series cancellation.

You want to hand over to the next generation, the wildlife in a much better condition. 'Two years ago a film crew joined me on my search for ways to Lord Alan Sugar says he wants The Apprentice to air for ' four more years ' as he looks back at the show's Best Bits after 2020 series cancellation.

'I love that idea of keeping my hand in and proving it can be done. It’s enjoyable, as simple as that.'

Lord Sugar also insisted that he can never guess who will end up being crowned series champion when he first sees the candidates.

'The answer is absolutely not. Some start off and they are very impressive and then he/she goes off a bit and then someone else starts to rise and the cream starts to rise to the top,' he said.

'The process is brilliant because you can start to see people who have got a good brain understand what they have got to do.'

Karren Brady, Alan Sugar, Claude Littner are posing for a picture: Coming soon: Elsewhere Karren Brady admitted it's been 'weird' having an entire year without filming The Apprentice and she can't wait to get back to work in 2021 © Provided by Daily Mail Coming soon: Elsewhere Karren Brady admitted it's been 'weird' having an entire year without filming The Apprentice and she can't wait to get back to work in 2021

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Lord Sugar net worth: Lord Sugar became a household name after heading up The Apprentice (Image: GETTY). After selling his company for Lord Sugar still owns several technology companies including Amscreen, a digital signage company, and YouView, a free- to - air internet TV service which

THE Apprentice is back with yet another series that sees Lord Alan Sugar at the helm of the BBC One show. WE'RE seven episodes down on The Apprentice - with just four more to go. The Apprentice judges include Lord Alan Sugar , Karren Brady, Claude LittnerCredit: BBC Press Release.

She said: 'Yes. I have been doing the Apprentice for 12/13 years and it has been a long time.

'It has been weird not doing it this year, as it is very much a fixture in my life. I have missed it and all the things that go with it. I am raring to go for next year.'

In June BBC confirmed this year's series of The Apprentice had been cancelled after the TV industry was brought to a halt by the COVID-19 pandemic.

In a statement, a BBC spokesperson confirmed: 'Sadly we have decided to postpone The Apprentice for 2020.

'Production safety and the wellbeing of everyone involved in the show is our number one priority.

'While this is understandably disappointing news, viewers will still be able to get their weekly fix of memorable tasks, favourite candidates and boardroom bust ups alongside brand new insights from Karren, Claude, Lord Sugar and many more from the past 15 years in a special highlights series airing on BBC1.'

It was revealed in April the BBC had temporarily halted production on the new series, despite having a group of hopefuls ready to go.

The Apprentice Best Bits airs from Thursday 1st October, 9pm on BBC One and BBC iPlayer.

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Lord Alan Michael Sugar (born 24 March 1947 in Hackney, London) is a British businessman with a fortune estimated at about £800m and ranked 85th in the 2010 Sunday Times Rich List. Lord Sugar has starred in the BBC TV series, The Apprentice .

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Karren Brady, Alan Sugar, Claude Littner are posing for a picture: On soon: The Apprentice Best Bits airs from Thursday 1st October, 9pm on BBC One and BBC iPlayer © Provided by Daily Mail On soon: The Apprentice Best Bits airs from Thursday 1st October, 9pm on BBC One and BBC iPlayer Read more

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