The Apprentice fans shocked as the spot show finalist working behind a bar and serving pints to fans at Glastonbury | The Sun

THE Apprentice fans have been left shocked after spotting a finalist working at a bar at Glastonbury.

The annual music festival took place over the weekend and was attended by thousands of music-lovers.

Artists who performed at the hugely popular event included Sir Elton John and Lewis Capaldi.

However, there was another familiar face at Glastonbury – and they weren't singing.

One attendee shared a snap to Twitter which showed Apprentice star Nick Showering working at a onsite bar.

The businessman, who appeared on the BBC One business show last year, was pulling pints.

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Posting the picture, the BBC viewer said: "Nick from the last season of The Apprentice just served me a cider at Glastonbury. RIP Lord Sugar’s millions."

Fans quickly commented, with one saying: "If it’s his stall, I’d say he is doing well knowing what they make this weekend."

A second wrote: "Harpreet won the Apprentice. Nick won our hearts."

"He owns the business," said a third.

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It turns out Nick was helping out Brothers Cider – which he often does from time to time.

However, the businessman also runs his own cider company called Showering Cider.

The 32-year-old finance manager set up the company with the aim of "changing the perception of cider".

Nick was fired by Lord Sugar after failing to impress him during filming for The Apprentice.

In a previousexclusive chat with The Sun Online he revealed how he knew his days were numbered on the show.

He said: "When we lost the task, I thought, Okay, I'm in a bit of trouble because in the previous episode, the pod one. I almost got on the wrong end of a double firing.

"And I knew then 'if I don't win the next task, I could be in huge trouble'.

"I was going to put myself forward as PM, but Steph obviously was in hospitality so I couldn't really go for it. So I just have to hope that we won."

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