Glenn Ward insists The Apprentice boardroom scenes aren't scripted

The Apprentice 2011

Fired Apprentice 2011 candidate Glenn Ward has insisted the boardroom scenes of the show aren't scripted, saying that Lord Sugar, Karren Brady and Nick Hewer all make their own decisions on which of the candidates gets fired after the tasks.

The designer engineer became the latest candidate to be given the boot earlier this week after his team failed in their task to create a new premium magazine.

Speaking to Broxbourne Scene after his exit, Glenn said: "The boardroom is not scripted and Karren [Brady] and Nick [Hewer] advise Lord Sugar based on their observations of the task.

"So you are on your own in the boardroom to make sure you have highlighted everything you have done."

The 26-year-old added the he felt he didn't fight hard enough for his position on the show. "I didn't push hard enough in the boardroom. Jim and Susan were tearing into each other and I didn't push myself forward enough.

"The boardroom is very intense, you have to think on your feet and highlight other people's flaws. You really have to differentiate yourself from others so that you stand out in front of Lord Sugar."

The Apprentice 2011 continues next Wednesday at 9PM

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