The Apprentice fans go wild as the boys create worst logo in the shows history

The Apprentice fans were left stunned on Thursday's opening show as they claimed that the boys had created the "worst logo in the show's history".

During the latest instalment, the boys’ team lost out to the girls when their cruise brand failed to impress Lord Alan Sugar and his aides, Baroness Karren Brady and Tim Campbell, who has replaced Claude Littner for this series.

And one of the reasons for the failure was due to the boys' logo, which Lord Sugar branded the "worst logo he has ever seen in his life" while Karren called it "ludicrous", as it didn't even have a brand name.


After witnessing the design process, Karren, who was tasked with following and monitoring the boys' process, commented in a VT that the logo looked like "half man and half a rotten banana".

While in the boardroom, Lord Sugar was left equally stunned as he remarked: "What the b****y hell is that, I don't know, I really don't know!"


He added: "It's the worst logo I've ever seen in my life!"

Viewers were left equally stunned over the design as they took to Twitter to comment on the logo.

One person said: "That logo is the worst logo created in #Apprentice history #TheApprentice."

A different account put: "The logo done by the gents on the Apprentice is absolutely horrendous… #TheApprentice" followed with crying laughing emojis.

Another account protested: "Their logo would have looked so much better if they just changed the colours to anything else #TheApprentice."

A different viewer joked: "#TheApprentice has peaked with this logo."

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While another account added: "I will never get over that logo, what on earth were they thinking #TheApprentice" followed with laughing emojis.

It comes as fired candidate Harry Mahmood reacted to being the first one out of the competition, describing himself as a "scapegoat".

The Apprentice continues on Thursdays at 9pm on BBC One, followed by You’re Fired on BBC Two. Watch live and on-demand on BBC iPlayer.

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