Who’s the boss?

Sunday Tasmanian - Tassie Living - - Television - DEBBIE SCHIPP Celebrity Ap­pren­tice, WIN, tonight, 7.00

IT’S the fi­nal visit to the board­room and the fi­nal rat­ings fling as WIN’S late sea­son cele­bre­al­ity hit wraps up.

It started with 12 celebri­ties, and we use the term loosely with the likes of pop princess and all- round motormouth Deni Hines, agent to the stars ‘‘ mad’’ Max Mark­son and to­tal light­weight Warwick Cap­per, the former AFL foot­baller, get­ting the chop in early episodes.

Oth­ers not to make the fi­nal cut were rugby league star Wen­dell Sailor, swim­ming leg­end Lisa Curry, in­ter­na­tional model Di­dier Co­hen and former fed­eral politi­cian Pauline Han­son.

Tonight the fi­nal four – beauty queen Jesinta Camp­bell, co­me­dian Ju­lia Mor­ris, Hawthorn AFL leg­end Shane Craw­ford and dance guru Ja­son Cole­man, best known for his judg­ing role on So You Think You Can Dance Aus­tralia – have to sur­vive one last chal­lenge be­fore boss Mark Bouris ( pic­tured) gives the fi­nal ver­dict on who isn’t fired and who will win $ 100,000 for their char­ity.

Love it or hate it, you can’t look away.

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