Apprentice stars change into party wear as they enjoy night out in Liverpool for Victoria’s birthday


The Apprentice candidates enjoyed a night out in Liverpool on Saturday as they gathered to celebrate fellow contestant Victoria Goulbourne’s birthday.

The 2023 cast – who are featuring in the 17th edition of Lord Sugar‘s programme – swapped their workwear for busty crop tops and dazzling playsuits as they made their way through the town.

Noticeably absent was Gregory Ebbs, who became the third candidate to be fired on The Apprentice this week.

Celebrations: The Apprentice candidates enjoyed a night out in Liverpool on Saturday as they gathered to celebrate fellow contestant Victoria Goulbourne’s birthday

Leading the way was Rochelle Anthony, the so-called ‘Kim Kardashian of the business world’. 

Rochelle looked chic as she donned an oversized t-shirt and black knee-high leather boots for the night out.

Holding her hand was birthday girl Victoria, who looked sensational in a sparkly black bodysuit. 

Far from boardroom ready, the former flight attendant added inches to her gorgeous frame in a pair of black heels and went all out for the occasion with a stunning palette of make up. 

Party time! The 2023 cast - who are featuring in the 17th edition of Lord Sugar's programme - swapped their workwear for busty crop tops and dazzling playsuits as they made their way through the town

Party time! The 2023 cast – who are featuring in the 17th edition of Lord Sugar’s programme – swapped their workwear for busty crop tops and dazzling playsuits as they made their way through the town

Birthday girl: Far from boardroom ready, Victoria added inches to her gorgeous frame in a pair of black heels and went all out for the occasion with a stunning palette of make up

Birthday girl: Far from boardroom ready, Victoria added inches to her gorgeous frame in a pair of black heels and went all out for the occasion with a stunning palette of make up

Victoria is the owner of an online sweet business in Merseyside, which she began in lockdown and has since become a social media success.

Third in line was Shannon Martin, who in the second episode of the series opted to quit the show after deciding she ‘loved’ her business and ‘doesn’t need a partner’.

The bridal boutique owner opted for a busty display in a shiny blue dress for the occasion.

Night out: Leading the way was Rochelle Anthony, the so-called ' Kim Kardashian of the business world'

Night out: Leading the way was Rochelle Anthony, the so-called ‘ Kim Kardashian of the business world’

The boys: Behind them, self-made businessman Bradley Johnson and Reece Donnelly looked dapper as they giggled down the street

The boys: Behind them, self-made businessman Bradley Johnson and Reece Donnelly looked dapper as they giggled down the street

Behind them, self-made businessman Bradley Johnson and Reece Donnelly looked dapper as they giggled down the street. 

Bradley sported a beige blazer and a black turtle neck jumper for the night out.

Reece looked equally suave as he donned an all-black outfit and contrasted the look with a white v-neck.  

This comes after Gregory became the third candidate to be fired on The Apprentice.

Missing: Noticeably absent was Gregory Ebbs, who became the third candidate to be fired on The Apprentice this week

Missing: Noticeably absent was Gregory Ebbs, who became the third candidate to be fired on The Apprentice this week

Stylish: Rochelle looked chic as she donned an oversized t-shirt and black knee-high leather boots for the night out

Stylish: Rochelle looked chic as she donned an oversized t-shirt and black knee-high leather boots for the night out

Ready to party! Also there was Marnie Swindles who donned a sheer silk dress

Ready to party! Also there was Marnie Swindles who donned a sheer silk dress

The antiques marketplace owner, was sacked in Thursday’s episode after Lord Sugar said he ‘struggled’ with the task, which saw the teams create a new preschool cartoon to pitch to industry experts.

It comes just days after Gregory was forced to apologise after it was revealed his online ‘ebay for antiques’ marketplace stocked Nazi memorabilia.

Ready for the challenge: This year's group started with nine men and nine women who will all do their best to impress Lord Sugar and his advisors, Baroness Karren Brady, Tim Campbell and Claude Littner

Ready for the challenge: This year’s group started with nine men and nine women who will all do their best to impress Lord Sugar and his advisors, Baroness Karren Brady, Tim Campbell and Claude Littner

As Lord Sugar delivered his damning final verdict and fired Gregory, he said in the boardroom: ‘Gregory by your own admission you struggled with the task. In business you need to adapt. It is with regret Gregory, that you’re fired.’

Speaking in the taxi after his firing, Gregory said: ‘I understand that Lord Sugar fired me because he felt I was unable to adapt. 

‘However, I am determined to prove Lord Sugar wrong and show him why I should have been his next business partner.’ 

He’s out! Gregory Ebbs has become the third candidate to be fired on The Apprentice after ‘struggling’ with the latest task

Tough: The antiques marketplace owner, was sacked in Thursday's episode after Lord Sugar said he 'struggled' with the task

Tough: The antiques marketplace owner, was sacked in Thursday’s episode after Lord Sugar said he ‘struggled’ with the task

This week’s task saw the 15 remaining candidates tasked with creating their own cartoons for two to four-year-olds, that could be pitched to industry experts.

Earlier this week, Gregory was forced to apologise after it was revealed his online ‘ebay for antiques’ marketplace stocked Nazi memorabilia.

The candidate’s business Ebbs’ Raven Yard Antiques has come under fire from Jewish groups who accused it of selling controversial artefacts to ‘sick collectors’.

He's out! Gregory Ebbs has become the third candidate to be fired on The Apprentice after 'struggling' with the latest task

Controversy: Earlier this week, Gregory was forced to apologise after it was revealed his online ‘ ebay for antiques’ marketplace stocked Nazi memorabilia

Speaking to MailOnline, Gregory has apologised, explaining that ‘the item in question was sold by a third party vendor.

‘I in no way condone or wish to be looking to be celebrating this abhorrent and shameful part of history and I apologise for any offence caused,’ Gregory said in a statement to MailOnline.

‘My online business is an antiques marketplace where independent sellers have a platform to sell a wide range of antiques, memorabilia & militaria from many different periods of history.’

Difficult: As Lord Sugar delivered his damning final verdict and fired Gregory, he said in the boardroom: 'Gregory by your own admission you struggled with the task'

Difficult: As Lord Sugar delivered his damning final verdict and fired Gregory, he said in the boardroom: ‘Gregory by your own admission you struggled with the task’

Reflection: Speaking in the taxi after his firing, Gregory said: 'I understand that Lord Sugar fired me because he felt I was unable to adapt'

Reflection: Speaking in the taxi after his firing, Gregory said: ‘I understand that Lord Sugar fired me because he felt I was unable to adapt’

‘The item in question was sold by a third party vendor. This type of memorabilia is not something I would personally sell or stock. The website is relatively new and I will be looking to implement stricter vetting procedures for third party vendors.

The entrepreneur – who is Jewish himself – had become a fan-favourite since the show’s launch earlier this month with many saying he was their early favourite to win. 

Last week’s episode of The Apprentice saw two candidates exit the show, with Shannon Martin deciding to quit the process after realising she wasn’t ‘in it for the right reasons.’

Following her exit Kevin D’Arcy became the second candidate of the series to be fired by Lord Sugar, after being told that was ‘more focused on revenue than profit’ during the disastrous Bao Buns challenge. 

Task: This week's task saw the 15 remaining candidates tasked with creating their own cartoons for two to four-year-olds, that could be pitched to industry experts

Task: This week’s task saw the 15 remaining candidates tasked with creating their own cartoons for two to four-year-olds, that could be pitched to industry experts

Failed to deliver: Gregory was part of the losing team this week

Failed to deliver: Gregory was part of the losing team this week



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