Apprentice star says there may have been MULTIPLE relationships in the house


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by Ruby Norris |
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This series of The Apprentice has been pretty scandalous.

And also basically confirmed our suspicions that we'd 100% be better than all the candidates…at least we'd remember to turn up to the filming of an advert about jeans WITH THE JEANS.

We first thought The Apprentice house was doubling as an orgy palace / couple's retreat when we heard that four contestants had been snogging each other all over the house.

And now former candidate Sofiane Khelfa has hinted there could be multiple inter-candidate romances.

Sofiane has claimed that it was inevitable that candidates would fall for each other, and hinted at romance between Jessica Cunningham and Courtney Wood.

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He told Daily Star: “If you look back you can see Jessica and Courtney got along well. There was a chemistry there.

“When you live together and work together, you get close.

"It’s obvious that if you get nine boys and nine girls then some will like each other," he added.

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Ahh we love a good kiss and tell.

Last night's The Apprentice saw the second double eviction in three weeks and Sofiane and Dillion St Paul were sent packing.

They failed to impress Lord Sugar in task venturing into the world of Virtual Reality.

In other Apprentice news, did you hear Nick Hewer's HUGE revelation about the show?

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He’s revealed that BBC producers would advise them to hold off firing attractive contestants.

"I say to him, 'Oh, by the way Alan, the blonde: he or she is as thick as a fridge door, and I urge you with every fibre of your being, get rid of them, because they're going to let you down.'

"And the producers will say, 'Do you think you could find it in your heart to not get rid of the blonde just yet?'" he continued to The Sun.


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