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Online glitch reveals Apprentice star makes final


AN ERROR on a website has inadvertently revealed the two entrepreneurs who have made the final of popular TV series The Apprentice.

The technical glitch on a BBC webpage indicated that only two contestants – Bianca Miller and Mark Wright – had made the last round after three other hopefuls had failed to impress the show’s top judge Alan Sugar.

Miller, 25, is pitching a lingerie business that caters for women of various skin tones, while her rival Wright is hoping to persuade Sugar to crown him winner with a plan for a new digital marketing company.

Whoever impresses Sugar the most will claim an investment prize of £250,000 from the renowned businessman who will help the contestant kick start their company.

The pre-recorded final is set to be screened on BBC One on Sunday (Dec 21).

The BBC has so far refused to comment on the website glitch that leaked the information.

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