Apprentice loses two Juniors
Lord Alan Sugar fired Rhys Rosser from the 'Junior Apprentice' last night (27.05.10), while Adam Eliaz had to leave the show because he was unwell
Two 'Junior Apprentice' hopefuls lost out last night (27.05.10) after one was fired and one was sent home unwell.
Adam Eliaz and Rhys Rosser, both 17, left the business showdown in a shock double eviction after Rhys led his team Instinct in a failed cupcake selling task, and Adam returned home after falling ill.
Lord Alan Sugar said to Adam, whose team Revolution won the task with their 'I heart' sponges: "Get yourself back home to your mum and dad and jump into bed.
"For me and the rest of the guys it has got to be business as usual."
After Adam's departure, Rhys was then fired by Alan after taking Tim Ankers and Hannah Cherry into the boardroom.
He said: "I felt really let down. My confidence was completely lost."
Alan told the axed teenager: "Rhys, you are a very special person, don't ever forget that - I said it.
"This is a milestone. Rhys I've made my decision - You're fired!"
The 'Junior Apprentice' continues next Wednesday (02.06.10) at 9pm on BBC One, with six contenders, all aged 16 and 17, remaining in the show.