It all ends in TEARS!

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AP­PREN­TICE fi­nal­ists Leah Tot­ton and Luisa Ziss­man swapped the board­room for the chess board as they plot­ted their fi­nal moves ahead of the cli­max to the cur­rent se­ries.

The duo – who are pals in real-life – do bat­tle in the fi­nal of the top BBC1 show and this week view­ers see who fi­nally comes out on top.

In the fi­nal, Leah and Luisa have to pull to­gether their own brands and launch cam­paigns in the space of just a few hours, with the help of other con­tes­tants who have al­ready ex­ited this year’s se­ries.

Cake shop boss Luisa chooses to cre­ate a whole­sale firm cater­ing to the bak­ing mar­ket – with cake tins and uten­sils.

Med­i­cally-trained Leah sticks to her spe­cial­ist med­i­cal area with a plan to set up a na­tion­wide chain of cos­metic clin­ics.

But as ever, not ev­ery­thing goes smoothly with some doubts about the choice of colours which Luisa favours for her prod­ucts.

And there are con­cerns about the logo which Leah is plan­ning, with Lord Sugar’s right-hand woman Karren Brady declar­ing: “It’s a bit bland.”

Both hope­fuls then have to pitch to not only Lord Sugar but 100 in­dus­try ex­perts to com­plete their bid for glory.

Luisa, who has been seen as a tough cookie through­out the show, showed her vul­ner­a­ble side when she burst into tears af­ter she be­lieved she had bun­gled her pitch by be­ing un­able to an­swer a ques­tion on pro­jected prof­its.


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