Hibah Ansary fired from Apprentice
Hibah Ansary has become the second person to be fired from the 'Junior Apprentice' but insists she has no regrets about taking part in the show
Hibah Ansary has "no regrets" about taking part in the 'Junior Apprentice'.
The 16-year-old student was fired from the show last night (19.05.10) after her team failed to sell any units of the camping product they had created, but insists the programme was the "best experience" of her life.
She said: "The experience I had during my time on 'Junior Apprentice' can only be described as the best experience of my life. On the one side, I enjoyed the tasks and the competitive nature of the show, as I felt the challenges really stretched me and pushed me to be the best I could be.
"But apart from the hard work, I found the tasks themselves so fun to be involved in, especially task two, as it really got creative juices flowing."
Hibah found herself facing Lord Alan Sugar in the boardroom after team leader Adam Eliaz blamed her and Zoe Plummer for their failure in the task, due to a lack of ideas, despite Emma Walker's "poor material choice" of cardboard for their combination games table and storage unit being cited as the main reason why none of the stores wanted to buy the product.
Hibah has now tipped outspoken Zoe to win the show.
She said: "Zoe was a commanding presence and is not afraid to say things as they are, which is a key trait in business."