The Apprentice EXCLUSIVE: Sarah Ann Magson admits she’s ‘gutted there isn’t an all girl Final Five’


It’s possibly the next most disappointing moment to have to leave The Apprentice, after being fired first.

And this year Sarah Ann Magson is the one at the wrong end of Lord Sugar’s firing finger before the final five stage, in which the candidates present their business plans.

‘I’m gutted to go out before the final five,’ the solicitor, 38, told MailOnline. ‘And I’m really devastated that we didn’t make it an all girl final!’

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'I'm really devastated': Sarah Ann Magson has admitted she's 'gutted there isn't an all girl Final Five'... as she is fired over 'Jack the Lad' Daniel Elahi

'I'm really devastated': Sarah Ann Magson has admitted she's 'gutted there isn't an all girl Final Five'... as she is fired over 'Jack the Lad' Daniel Elahi

‘I’m really devastated’: Sarah Ann Magson has admitted she’s ‘gutted there isn’t an all girl Final Five’… as she is fired over ‘Jack the Lad’ Daniel Elahi

The three up for elimination were Sarah, Daniel Elahi and Camilla Ainsworth, having failed to win the chocolate task.

Despite Sarah branding Camilla her best friend in the process, both she and Daniel ‘threw Sarah under the bus’ when it came to the boardroom.

‘Camilla’s my girl – she’s who I’m backing!’ Sarah said. ‘But, the way the discussions went in the boardroom, Daniel and Camilla stuck together against me.

‘I know that ultimately it’s a competition and you are there fighting for your place. And I do wish them both luck – I mean that genuinely because they are both incredible business people.

Bottom: The three up for elimination were Sarah, Daniel Elahi and Camilla Ainsworth, having failed to win the chocolate task

Bottom: The three up for elimination were Sarah, Daniel Elahi and Camilla Ainsworth, having failed to win the chocolate task

Bottom: The three up for elimination were Sarah, Daniel Elahi and Camilla Ainsworth, having failed to win the chocolate task

'You are fighting for your place': Despite Sarah branding Camilla her best friend in the process, both she and Daniel 'threw Sarah under the bus' when it came to the boardroom

'You are fighting for your place': Despite Sarah branding Camilla her best friend in the process, both she and Daniel 'threw Sarah under the bus' when it came to the boardroom

‘You are fighting for your place’: Despite Sarah branding Camilla her best friend in the process, both she and Daniel ‘threw Sarah under the bus’ when it came to the boardroom

‘But they did throw me under the bus!’

Sarah asserts that Daniel, in her opinion, should have been the one to go.

‘I think out of the three of us – it would have been Daniel. Although neither him nor me had faced the wrath of the bottom three before, when Camillia had been in it three times.

‘But Daniel is really too much of a Jack the Lad and he’s really not good at making decisions. I feel like I was the one that was the most level-headed. I think I contributed to the winning teams the most.’

'Not good at making decisions': Sarah asserts that Daniel, in her opinion, should have been the one to go

'Not good at making decisions': Sarah asserts that Daniel, in her opinion, should have been the one to go

‘Not good at making decisions’: Sarah asserts that Daniel, in her opinion, should have been the one to go

Despite any under-the-bus-throwing on her her fellow candidates’ parts, Sarah remains dignified in defeat – unlike the likes of Kayode Damali who famously sulked in the boardroom, the taxi and then in press interviews after exiting the series.

But there are no sour grapes from Sarah.

‘They are all incredible, young and ambitious. And many of them have a good stroy and have been through difficult times.’

The Apprentice continues Wednesday at 9PM on BBC One.

'Incredible people': Sarah remains dignified in defeat - unlike the likes of Kayode Damali who famously sulked in the boardroom, the taxi and then in press interviews after exiting the series

'Incredible people': Sarah remains dignified in defeat - unlike the likes of Kayode Damali who famously sulked in the boardroom, the taxi and then in press interviews after exiting the series

‘Incredible people’: Sarah remains dignified in defeat – unlike the likes of Kayode Damali who famously sulked in the boardroom, the taxi and then in press interviews after exiting the series



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