Luissa Zissman slams fame-hungry Apprentice candidates
Luisa Zissman has spoken out against people who take part in 'The Apprentice' just to get famous.
Luisa Zissman has slammed 'The Apprentice' contestants for "wanting to be famous".
The 27-year-old star - who has competed on 'Celebrity Big Brother' and is a regular fixture at showbiz parties since coming second on the business reality show in 2013 - thinks some of this year's candidates are taking part in the show for the wrong reasons.
She said: "I've heard that a few of the new candidates have been in touch with showbiz agents already so maybe some aren't in it for the right reasons.
"People used to go on the show to establish themselves as serious entrepreneurs but now people just want to be famous."
And Luisa insists she has no interest in taking part in any more reality shows and wants to step out of the spotlight to focus on her fiance Andrew Collins and daughter Dixie, five, who she has with ex-husband Oliver Zissman.
She told Closer magazine: "I'd love to be a TV presenter but I would not be up for another reality TV show.
"I'll take a step away from showbiz to concentrate on my family - my priorities will be motherhood and my business.
"Dixie has only just started school and it's really important for me to be there as a mum."