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Exclusive: The Apprentice’s Amy Anzel says LGBTQ+ allyship is “part of my DNA”

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Amy Anzel spoke with GAY TIMES about all things allyship, The Apprentice and Twitter gays after her departure from the BBC show.

The business mogul was one of 16 candidates vying for investment from Lord Sugar after the hit BBC One show returned for the first time since 2019 due to the COVID-19 pandemic keeping it off air.

After a season of sass, eye rolls and serving lewks, episode six sadly marked the end for Amy on The Apprentice. “My time was cut short,” she tells GAY TIMES. “I never thought I’d be out week six, but you know, ultimately he’s going to do what he wants to do, and I don’t think he perhaps saw me as his business partner and in my opinion, I felt he had to create a reason to get rid of me because ultimately not being PM [Project Manager] by week six is just lame.” Despite being subteam leader in four out of six tasks, Lord Sugar was unimpressed by the fact that Amy had not yet taken on the main role after losing this week’s challenge. “I was following the instructions to a T.

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