The Apprentice fans brand firing ‘obvious’ as ‘turd’ logo leaves them gobsmackedJanuary 6, 2022
The Apprentice fans were left in stitches after they predicted an “obvious” firing following a hilarious mix-up with their brand logo.
During the opening episode of the BBC One series, the 16 contestants were split into two teams assigned by their gender meaning the boys and the girls were battling it out to impress Lord Sugar.
During the first assignment both teams were tasked with pitching and creating a cruise firm that would succeed in a competitive market to a specific demographic.
However, one team left viewers in hysterics as they failed to sell their business plan to potential buyers on the show.
As the teams discussed what sort of ideas they wanted to put forward for their cruise, the boys decided to follow a theme of wellness.
The group named their Cruise group Never Ending Nautical and paired the name with a wave like logo with legs which they was faded from green to brown.
And fans were quick to make fun of the hilarious logo on Twitter as viewers swarmed to the social media platform to share their thoughts online. This is a live TV story and is constantly being notes updated.
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