It's week one and already there are surprises in store. One candidate has 'bottled it' and that's before he even met Sir Alan. 'I'm going to find out if you're the real deal,' says Sir Alan. He's looking for a diamond, but which candidates are going to sparkle?
The first task is to start up a cleaning business. With up to £200 to spend on materials, the objective is simple: to find business and make a profit. At the end of the day, how hard is it to clean a car?
Watch the candidates getting ready for their first task
Watch the girls struggle to wash, polish and wax
Watch the boys making a mess of their car valeting service
Watch the boys making a total mess of their car valeting service
Watch the girls losing the cleaning contract for ten cars
Watch team leader Howard attempt to speed up the boys
Watch Debra's half of the team trying to make some money
Watch the first candidate being fired from the competition
Watch the first casualty of the boardroom talking about her Apprentice experience
Take a look at images from the first episode
The first task was to set up a cleaning business. The boys cleaned up, but the girls failed to shine
Take a look at the candidates that made the most noise this week
Watch the exclusive interview with the missing 16th candidate as seen on The Apprentice: You're Fired!
Watch Adrian Chiles and guests discuss Mona's blunders as seen on The Apprentice: You're Fired!
Watch the teams scrambling their way through the first cleaning-themed task
Watch this exclusive interview with Anita Shah, the first person to fall foul of Sir Alan
Watch the candidates getting heated in the kitchen as they start up a corporate catering company
Watch Yasmina and Rocky nominate themselves as the 'obvious' team leaders for the second task
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