Bianca Miller shocked by The Apprentice candidates attitudes
Bianca Miller has confessed she's shocked by how quickly some of her fellow 'The Apprentice' candidates have given up on their business plans.
Bianca Miller thinks it's "shocking" how quickly 'The Apprentice' candidates give up on their business plans.
The 25-year-old finalist has confessed she's surprised by how many of her fellow candidates on the BBC One show have already decided not to go ahead with the businesses they went on the show to pitch to Lord Alan Sugar in an attempt to win a £250,000 investment from him.
She told BANG Showbiz: "I think it's shocking. I think to admit straight away, 'Oh, yeah, it was a great plan Lord Sugar when I was going to use your money, but now I have to do it myself, no I'm not doing it!' That to me shows that maybe you weren't here for the right reasons."
The personal branding company owner insists she will go ahead with her plan to produce a wide range of different skin-tone coloured tights in order to fill a gap in the hosiery market even if she loses to fellow finalist and sales manager Mark Wright.
She shared: "Whether or not I win on Sunday (21.12.14) I plan to pursue this business because I believe in the idea."
Bianca also revealed it was inevitable she and Mark would make it to the final, as they believed in themselves from the start.
She added: "I turned up at the audition day with my pack of information that you're required to bring and on the front cover I had a picture of me that said, 'Winner of The Apprentice 2014' ... And apparently Mark turned up and said, 'Hi, I'm the winner'."