THE Apprentice fans all say the same thing as Claude Littner devastated Brittany Carter with just four words gone.
Tonight’s broadcast of the BBC show saw the last four entrepreneurs meet with Lord Sugar’s most trusted advisers over their business plans.
Brittany Carter, Harpreet Kaur, Kathryn Louise Burn and Stephanie Affleck had to impress publishing pioneer Mike Soutar, founder of global design firm Linda Plant and media boss Claudine Collins.
Viewers were also on the moon to see that Claude Littner was back on their screens.
The first person to meet the British business executive was the hotel manager Brittany, who designed a high-protein alcoholic beverage.
But she didn’t sell her idea with her business plan.
Claude wasn’t impressed with any of that because she hadn’t taken into account dividing any of the costs.
After a very brief interview, he told her: “I am not funny, it is not laziness.
“The interview is over.”
Onlookers at home were shocked by his words.
One person wrote on Twitter: “This interview is over… oh my, I miss Claude.”
Another said: “Claude man LOOOOOL. Man terminated #TheApprentice interview.”
The third said: “Claude’s return is as good as predicted.”
The 72-year-old businessman is back on the BBC show this evening after he was forced to step down from his role as Lord Sugar’s assistant this year.
Claude injured his right leg while riding an e-bike last year.
The injury was so severe, the doctors said they thought of amputating Claude’s leg and to recover, he underwent many surgeries.
The multi-millionaire executive has appeared as an interviewer on the show since it began in 2005, and he replaced Nick Hewer as Lord Sugar’s assistant in 2015.
Tim Campbell, the winner of the first series of The Apprentice in 2005, replaced Claude in season 16.
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