The Apprentice fired candidate doesn't think finalists deserve to be there

The Apprentice’s Dean Ahmad has told how he doesn’t believe all of the remaining candidates deserve to be in the final.

The 20-year-old was the latest contestant to be fired from the BBC show and following his exit, he told Metro.co.uk about his time on the hit series – although he kept tight-lipped about who he didn’t get on with.

On Wednesday night’s episode, the candidates donned their lab coats and goggles as they had to create and sell their own brand of perfume.

The end goal was to brand, bottle and sell a fragrance that would appeal to the consumer market – but it’s safe to say there were a few disagreements on the way.

Dean was in a group with Lewis Ellis and project manager Pamela Laird, who decided to put Lewis in charge of the marketing campaign, while she and Dean Ahmad created the fragrance itself – although admittedly it didn’t go to plan.

There are five candidates now left in the process including Lottie Lion, Scarlett Allen-Horton, Carina Lepore, Pamela, and Lewis – but only one will come out as the overall winner and Lord Sugar’s business partner.

And when asked who he thought would win the competition, Dean revealed that he didn’t think all of the finalists deserved to be there (ouch).

‘It’s hard to say as I wouldn’t say there are five people left, I would say there are four talented business individuals left,’ he began.

‘Pamela is strong and I’d say that Scarlett is clearly a strong candidate as she has adapted very well throughout.’

Although when questioned further about who he was referring to, he added: ‘I’ll let you guess that, four out of five are credible business people.’

Dean, who owns a sports management agency has been in the boardroom four times before he got fired by Lord Sugar.

He continued: ‘I walked into that process confidently, but when you’re talking about something you don’t know much about it is tough.

‘I don’t think experience always comes with age, so I think that’s why I survived so long in the process.

‘In terms of Lord Sugar’s decision to fire me, I completely respect it.  It’s his process and his terms.’

The Apprentice continues Wednesday at 9pm on BBC One.

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