‘You’re Fired’ probably aren’t the words anyone most wants to hear in normal circumstances, but they still make for great TV, when Lord Sugar finally decides who he’s dismissing from the boardroom. For the first few years, the prize on offer was a job at Sugar’s own company Amstrad, but more recently, candidates have been competing for a business partnership with the self-made tycoon, worth £250,000. The winner of The Apprentice 2012 was Ricky Martin – not THAT one! – a former wrestler, whose efforts with his hair and fixed grin stood him in good stead - that, and the fact that, unlike some others, he didn’t take too literally the instructions from Lord Sugar to sample the produce on offer from wine-suppliers when completing one of the tasks. Worth it, if only to see the looks of horror on the faces of Sugar’s sidekicks Karren Brady and Nick Hewer. Lord Sugar has announced that he won’t be indulging in any more Celebrity Apprentice antics for now, which is a shame as watching Rupert Everett leg it after experiencing the testosterone-fest of Piers Morgan, Ross Kemp and Alastair Campbell in one room together was worth the price of the TV licence fee alone.