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People really weren't happy with the massive, dramatic twist in the final of The Apprentice last night

For the love of god, there are spoilers within.

IF YOU’VE BEEN following along with The Apprentice for the whole series, you’ll be aware that 2017′s selection of candidates hasn’t exactly been the strongest in the show’s history.

James and Sarah were the last two standing going into last night’s final – and if you didn’t watch it and care about who won, now’s the time to look away:

Instead of a tense, climactic moment where Sugar picked a winner in the boardroom… he hired both candidates


There was mutiny among Apprentice viewers

This is not how it’s supposed to work

They wanted BLOOD

Alan Sugar? More like Oprah


Ridiculous scenes

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Never before in the history of the show has a double hiring took place – with Sugar making investments in James’s recruitment business and Sarah’s sweet company.

People were quick to point out that Michaela had been fired for not focussing her efforts on one business

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With people commenting throughout the season that it wasn’t exactly a stellar lineup, you had to feel for the people who came second in other years


Sugar’s just, like, so quirky

Were there alternative options?

They could immediately pump that money into the decor.

It’s hard to find a single person on social media who thinks that last night’s ending was a satisfying conclusion to the show

Next year’s Apprentice is going to be good though

You get a business! You get a business! We all get businesses!

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