The Apprentice’s Sarah Ann slams Karren Brady for ‘harsh’ comments as she defends boozing throughout chocolate making task

The solicitor from Teeside was sent home by Lord Alan Sugar after she sampled a bit too much booze and messed up the measurements during a chocolate making task – and got a telling off from Karen.

During tonight’s show candidates were tasked with producing and branding a new chocolate range to pitch to buyers.

Sarah, who was left to create the chocolates herself, made a grave error when she failed to measure out the ingredients properly, forcing Karen to interject in a rare moment.

Discussing the moment, Sarah told us: “I have got huge respect for her but it is terrifying when you are in the middle of a task and you realise they have turned up and suddenly reality hits you that I am being watched here.

“Karen is there to do her job and she made quite a valid point. To be fair I was measuring in teams of half a cup or half a bowl – there are recipes where you do measure like that. So it was a bit harsh.

“She was harsh but she was fair.”

Throughout the task Sarah was seen swigging the various boozy fillings on offer, which she washed down with a bottle a cider – but she insists it didn’t affect her judgement.

The businesswoman, who also runs her own nursery furniture business, said: “I am a Northern girl I can handle my drink.

“I was cleansing the pallet. I think when you are tasting all that chocolate you need to have something to refresh the pallet and the cider was advisable!

“I don’t think the little tastes affected my judgement.”

Despite her best efforts, she was called back into the boardroom alongside Daniel and Camilla after they failed to impress with their rather racy chocolate idea.

Sarah Ann admitted she knew she would be going because the other two were “strong candidates”.

She admitted: “You think you are going to go every week to be honest. You don’t know how it is going to go. I had really strong candidates on my team  – Camilla and Daniel – so I knew that if we were in the boardroom then I was at risk of going.

“The way the team split, I was on my own so Daniel and Camilla had a bit of an alliance. I think everybody did a pretty bad job.”

Just five candidates now remain in a bid to win Lord Sugar's investment.

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