The Apprentice 2013: Luisa Zissman won't be bossed around by Lord Sugar

Luisa Zissman (The Apprentice 2013)

The Apprentice 2013 candidate Luisa Zissman has confessed she's not keen about being pushed around.

The feisty brunette has made it to the final five of this year's series, and on Wednesday night will put her business plan in front of Lord Sugar's panel of interviewers for scrutiny.

However the cake shop owner, competing for a £250,000 investment from Lord Sugar, admitted she didn't like being bossed around... not that we didn't know that already.

In tonight's Final Five show, Luisa says: “I worked in a supermarket, in a pet shop, in an estate agent. But when I got to 17 I realised I wanted my own business.

“I didn’t like being an employee. And I didn’t like being told what to do, especially when I knew I could do a better job than the people I was working for.”

Having made it to the penultimate show, the baker now thinks she's proved her earlier doubters wrong.

"I may have started out with people thinking I’m a bimbo and I don’t know what I’m talking about. But I’ve proved that I do know what I’m talking about," she declares.

And Luisa adds: "Being a mother is the hardest job in the world. And as a working mum you feel constant guilt. But I want her to have a lovely life and I want to provide for her.”

The Apprentice: The Final Five airs tonight on BBC1 at 9pm.

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