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The Apprentice 2018 results: Latest candidate fired in Christmas chocolate task

Who was fired The Apprentice 2018 this week? Results confirmed SPOILER

Another candidate was fired in The Apprentice 2018 results tonight but who left?

It was Sarah Ann Magson who was fired from The Apprentice this week, following a task involving Christmas chocolates.

In tonight's show, it was week ten and Lord Sugar surprised the candidates as he arrived at the house unannounced. Christmas came early for the contestants as Lord Sugar challenged them to cash in on the lucrative Christmas retail market by producing a range of festive chocolates.

"You'll need to brand a design the packaging and create three new chocolate flavours," he explained. Candidates were told they would then pitch their chocolate concoctions to retailers in the hope of orders.
For the teams, Sabrina Stocker, Sian Gabbidon and Khadija Kalifa made up Team Collaborative, led by Sabrina

Daniel Elahi, Sarah Ann Magson and Camilla Ainsworth were Team Typhoon for the challenge, project managed by Camilla.

They were instructed produce and brand a new range of Christmas chocolate to pitch to buyers. They had to concoct three unique chocolate flavours, come up with a brand name and design packaging for their range.
Team Typhoon's decision to create ‘naughty but nice’ chocolates resulted in overly provocative packaging while on the other side, Sabrina's a high-end product ended up with them being boring and bland.

When it came to manufacturing, forgetting to measure out ingredients left Team Typhoon’s chocolates light on flavour but, on Team Collaborative, playing it safe also failed to pack a punch.
The next day, the two teams had to pitch their chocolate creations to trailers in a bid to secure sales.
Getting everyone into the Christmas spirit, in the pitches Team Typhoon was severely out of step while Team Collaborative made outrageous promises to try and win orders.

The Apprentice 2018 results

It was then back to the boardroom for the final results rundown.
Team Typhoon made total orders of 750
Team Collaborative received total orders of 7,000.
With only three candidates on each team, the losers all automatically returned to the boardroom in a showdown with Lord Sugar.
There, it was Sarah Ann Magson who found herself the latest to be fired.
Her exit has left Sabrina Stocker, Sian Gabbido, Khadija Kalifa, Daniel Elahi, and Camilla Ainsworth as the final five going forward to the interview stages.
The Apprentice 2018 continues next Wednesday at 9PM on BBC One.

tellymix.co.uk The Apprentice 2018 spoilers: Candidates sell products live on TV for latest task

The candidates face selling on TV in tonight's latest task on The Apprentice 2018.

It was Jasmine Kundra who was fired from The Apprentice last week after a task which saw candidates becoming art dealers.
In tonight's show, it's week nine and Lord Sugar instructs the candidates to meet him at an iconic London location.

The group arrive at the old heart of television – the former headquarters of the BBC in West London.
There, the contestants find themselves tasked with one of the most high-pressure challenges yet – selling live to the nation on one of the country’s leading TV shopping channels.

But first there's a shake up to the teams with Jackie Fast, Tom Bunday, Khadija Kalifa and Camilla Ainsworth making up Team Collaborative.
Daniel Elahi, Sarah Ann Magson, Sabrina Stocker, and Sian Gabbidon are Team Typhoon for the latest challenge.

Teams must tune in to decide on the best products to sell, as well as direct a 30 second TV promo to boost sales of one of their items, before taking over the airwaves in a one-hour prime time sales slot live on TV. The team that generates the most sales will win the task.

Each team splits in two: One half must select what to sell and work in the production gallery, while the others undergo an intense TV presenting training course before their small screen debut.

On arrival at the TV shopping channel, one product selection team opts for a high-risk, high-price strategy, while on the other side, a lack of confidence in their on-screen presenting pair causes the product selectors to aim low.
Meanwhile, filming their product promo causes problems for one duo when they leave the featured item back at base. The result is a cobbled together clip filmed in a car park.

After a day of prep, the evening sees the candidates go live to the nation and it’s not just the presenters who are out of their comfort zone.
Off screen in the gallery, a last-minute change in strategy leads to a major breakdown in communications for one team. While, on the other side, solidly sticking to their high-price strategy proves a real risk.

Both teams are given the same amount of time to make the biggest sales before its back in the boardroom.
There, final ratings defy everyone’s expectations leading to Lord Sugar uttering the dreaded words; “You’re Fired!”

The Apprentice 2018 airs at 9PM tonight, Wednesday on BBC One.

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