Apprentice fans are all saying the same thing about Lord Sugar as he shows off his home on The One Show

THE One Show fans were all saying the same thing tonight as Lord Alan Sugar appeared on the show via video link.

With the Apprentice supremo coming from what appeared to be a small cubicle, many joked that he was broadcasting from his downstairs toilet.


Lord Sugar, 74, was shown with a wall on either side of him and two large Rolex clocks behind him.

One puzzled viewer tweeted: "has @Lord_Sugar converted his downstairs toilet into an office ?"

Another laughed: "I love the fact @Lord_Sugar has a pair of @ROLEX clocks in his downstairs toilet."

A third posted: "Alan Sugar trapped in his downstairs loo on the #OneShow."

The Amstrad founder and longtime BBC star was appearing on The One Show to promote the forthcoming series of the Apprentice.

The business-based series returns tomorrow with former winner Tim Campbell, who also appeared on the teatime series, appearing as one of Lord Sugar's trusty assistants.

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He was drafted into The Apprentice after long-time advisor Claude Littner was ruled out with an injury.

Lord Sugar spoke about the forthcoming series and plugged his range of pens, featuring a pointing likeness of himself, that will raise funds for charity.

The mogul’s business contest returns for a 16th series on Thursday, with a new line-up of entrepreneurs vying for his £250,000 investment. 

In the episode, the men and women are challenged to create a marketing campaign for a new cruise brand. 

And the boys turn out a design that Lord Sugar couldn’t help but mock.  Their ‘Seaquility’ logo was meant to be a man in a yoga pose, blending into a wave. 

But the green and brown colourway made it look like something far less tranquil. 

Lord Alan says in the boardroom: “Last time I saw something like that I’d have called out Dyno Rod”.

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