The Apprentice 2019 results: Who left? Another candidate fired after perfume task

Who was fired from The Apprentice? Week 10 December 4 - SPOILERS

Lord Sugar got rid of another candidate in tonight’s The Apprentice 2019 results – who left this week?

This evening’s episode saw Dean Ahmad become the eleventh candidate to be fired from the BBC One business show.

Tonight (December 4) the candidates gathered at Burlington House in central London, home to five learned societies, including the Royal Society of Chemistry.

For the final task of the series, Lord Sugar instructed the candidates to don their lab coats and goggles as he challenged them to create and sell their own perfume.

Each team had to create signature scents, a brand and a bottle before pitching their perfume for sales from two major retailers, a high street chain and a department store.

Pamela Laird led Team Empower with Dean Ahmad and Lewis Ellis.

Team Unison was led by Carina Lepore with Lottie Lion and Scarlett Allen-Horton.

In the boardroom, the sales were totted up and the winning team was revealed.

The Apprentice 2019 results

Team Empower made sales of 8,000 while Team Union won with sales of 9,000

For their treat, winning Team Unison got to enjoy a champagne speed boat ride along the Thames while losing Team Empower stayed to face Lord Sugar in the final boardroom.

Project manager Pamela together with Dean and Lewis all returned for the final showdown.

Delivering his verdict, Lord Sugar said: “I think I’ve heard enough now… Dean, lots of claims, lots of things you’ve said you can do but I haven’t seen anything from you in the past 10 weeks so it is with regret that you’re fired.”

Making his exit, Dean said: “Lord Sugar’s missed out on me, young, fiery and creative. I’m gutted to go but Lord Sugar said stay in touch which I will and I’ll continue with my business.”

The Apprentice 2019 continues next Wednesday night at 9PM on BBC One.

Next week, it’s the interviews as the final five candidates go head to head with Lord Sugar’s advisors as they present their business plans and face the bigwigs’ scrutiny.

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