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Lord Sugar will once again be joined by aides Karren Brady and Claude Littner who returns for his third series.The 18 brave souls who’ll be entering the boardroom in the hope of securing Sugar’s £250,000 investment have officially been unveiled - scroll through below to meet the candidates you'll be spending the next few months watching.James put the result down to the fact that the latest season was the 13th year of the show and that 'it's been one of the strongest years' - suggesting that it's a one off.'I hope the public enjoy the result,' he said.'There's bound to be haters who don't like this twist, but from my point of view, I'm over the moon.' In the final at London’s City Hall, both Sarah and James had to pitch their business plans to Lord Sugar and his panel of industry experts, aiming to prove they have the potential to turn their businesses into big profit brands.First off, cocky James fares very badly in one interview by declaring: "I think I've got a natural aura of infectiousness." However, it looks like he might have saved himself when Mike Soutar remarks on how his business is registered with APSCo, the trade body for the recruitment business.
The dress that Sarah is wearing here is VICTORIA Victoria Beckham and we love the flattering peplum hem. The bright orange colour and shape would certainly make you stand out from the crowd of black pencil dresses in the boardroom.Elizabeth Mc Kenna, James White, Sarah Lynn, Joanna Jarjue and Michaela Wain are the final five 2017 contestants heading for the slaughter in the tough round - and the four rapier sharp interviewers don't find much to smile about.Lord Sugar's merciless team of interviewers Claude Littner, Claudine Collins, Linda Plant and Mike Soutar are back and they have some serious questions for the so-called business experts.In the shock twist, the business magnate hired both James White, 26, and Sarah Lynn, 35 after struggling to pick between the two candidates - doubling his £250,000 investment and giving each of them the money to inject into their prospective businesses.
However, fans were quick to slam the 70-year-old's decision, labeling the double hiring as a 'total cop out'.
“We’re in strange times now, with Brexit,” said Lord Sugar.