Stuart 'The Brand' Baggs' weight issues
Stuart 'The Brand' Baggs thinks he looked so overweight when he appeared on 'The Apprentice' that he looked like a ''baby in a jam jar''
Stuart 'The Brand' Baggs thinks he looked like "a baby in a jam jar" on 'The Apprentice'.
The 22-year-old businessman - who shot to fame on the BBC One show with his series of corny catchphrases - thinks he looked "10 tonnes" heavier on TV.
He said: "They say the camera adds 10lbs, but I think it added 10 tonnes to me on 'The Apprentice'.
"It was bad, especially when I had to wear a helmet on the racetrack. I looked like a baby stuck in a jam jar."
However, the cocky entrepreneur - who narrowly missed out on a place in 'The Apprentice' final after failing to impress boss Lord Alan Sugar at the interview stage of the business competition - believes once he shifts the pounds, he will be a "flawless diamond".
Stuart added to Reveal magazine: "Although I'm big-headed and egotistical, I can still look in the mirror and think, 'F***ing hell, I'm fat'.
"Plus, being fat is the only flaw I've got so, once that's eliminated, I'll be a flawless diamond."