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The Apprentice SPOILER: Harpeet shuts down Alex’s suggestions in cocktail task

The Apprentice’s latest episode will see the remaining hopefuls struggle to make non-alcoholic cocktails, with Harpeet Kaur shutting down an assistance from her teammates.

Preview clips from Thursday’s show see the two teams attempting to make booze-free versions of the nation’s top tipples, but Navid Sole wastes vauable time by getting in the midst of a hilarious mix-up.

The episode will also see the unexpected departure of nursery owner Shama Amin, who tells Lord Sugar she’s been forced to leave the process after battling with rheumatoid arthritis. 

I’m in charge! The Apprentice’s latest episode will see the remaining hopefuls struggle to make non-alcoholic cocktails, with Harpeet Kaur shutting down an assistance from her teammates

In the clips released ahead of the upcoming episode, the candidates are tasked with mixing their non-alcoholic drinks, in a bid to replicate their boozy counterparts.

Stephanie, Navid and Sophie can be seen creating the beverages in the first clip, but it’s soon clear Navid is struggling to remember where the samples need to go.

As Steff notices he’s mixing the wrong samples, Sophie asks: ‘Which one was the original, which one was it Nav.’

Disastrous: Preview clips from Thursday's show see the two teams attempting to make booze-free versions of the nation's top tipples, but Navid wastes vauable time

Disastrous: Preview clips from Thursday’s show see the two teams attempting to make booze-free versions of the nation’s top tipples, but Navid wastes vauable time

What's going on? In the clips released ahead of the upcoming episode, the candidates are tasked with mixing their non-alcoholic drinks, in a bid to replicate their boozy counterparts

What’s going on? In the clips released ahead of the upcoming episode, the candidates are tasked with mixing their non-alcoholic drinks, in a bid to replicate their boozy counterparts

Planning: Stephanie, Navid and Sophie can be seen creating the beverages in the first clip, but it's soon clear Navid is struggling to remember where the samples need to go

Planning: Stephanie, Navid and Sophie can be seen creating the beverages in the first clip, but it’s soon clear Navid is struggling to remember where the samples need to go

Confusing: As Steff notices he's mixing the wrong samples, Sophie asks: 'Which one was the original, which one was it Nav.

Confusing: As Steff notices he’s mixing the wrong samples, Sophie asks: ‘Which one was the original, which one was it Nav.

Are you sure? Stephanie then adds that they should just 'pour it away' and start again, to the chagrin of Tim Campbell

Are you sure? Stephanie then adds that they should just ‘pour it away’ and start again, to the chagrin of Tim Campbell

Stephanie then adds that they should just ‘pour it away’ and start again, to the chagrin of Tim Campbell, and even upon their second attempt, the team battle to come up with the right ingredients.

Elsewhere, the second clip sees Harpeet, Akeem, Alex and Aaron attempting to make their own drinks, and it’s clear that the dessert parlour owner is taking charge of the process, demanding they ‘listen to her and just her voice.’

Tapping her watch, Karren Brady notes: ‘You really, really have to get on with this,’ before Harpeet tells them to get five drops of salt.

Straight-talking: The second clip sees Harpeet, Akeem, Alex and Aaron attempting to make their own drinks, and it's clear that the dessert parlour owner is taking charge of the process

Straight-talking: The second clip sees Harpeet, Akeem, Alex and Aaron attempting to make their own drinks, and it’s clear that the dessert parlour owner is taking charge of the process

Hurry up! Tapping her watch, Karren Brady notes: 'You really, really have to get on with this,' before Harpeet tells them to get five drops of salt

Hurry up! Tapping her watch, Karren Brady notes: ‘You really, really have to get on with this,’ before Harpeet tells them to get five drops of salt

While Alex suggests they make a second drink with ten drops of salt, Harpeet cuts him off, bluntly saying: ‘No we’re not making another one. please make this. Give it to me. Give it to me!’

‘I have one question, look at me, does this taste like a vodka lime soda?’ but Aaron replies: ‘It tastes like a lime cocktail, you can’t replicate vodka.’

As Harpeet suggests that it’s the ‘closest’ they’ve made to a lime soda, an unconvinced Karren resumes writing her notes.

Thursday’s show will see Shamin tell Lord Sugar she’s decided to withdraw from the process after battling the physical demands due to her medical condition. 

At odds: While Alex suggests they make a second drink with ten drops of salt, Harpeet cuts him off bluntly saying: 'No we're not making another one. please make this. Give it to me'

At odds: While Alex suggests they make a second drink with ten drops of salt, Harpeet cuts him off bluntly saying: ‘No we’re not making another one. please make this. Give it to me’

Really? As Harpeet suggests that it's the 'closest' they've made to a lime soda, an unconvinced Karren resumes writing her notes

Really? As Harpeet suggests that it’s the ‘closest’ they’ve made to a lime soda, an unconvinced Karren resumes writing her notes

Rheumatoid arthritis occurs when the immune system turns on the body and attacks cells that line the joints. The condition often hits in teens or 20s, can be linked to genetics and is more common in women than men. 

The news is set to stun the rest of the hopefuls, as Shamin then details some of the struggles she has with her condition.

She adds: ”Because of medical reasons, due to this process being so physically demanding, despite the efforts the whole team has made to support me, I’ve had to make a difficult decision to leave the process.’ 

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Difficult: The episode will also see the unexpected departure of Shama Amin, who tells Lord Sugar she’s been forced to leave the process after battling with rheumatoid arthritis

WHAT IS RHEUMATOID ARTHRITIS? THE AGONISING LONG-TERM ILLNESS THAT IS INCURABLE

Rheumatoid arthritis (RA) affects around 400,000 people in the UK

Rheumatoid arthritis (RA) affects around 400,000 people in the UK

Rheumatoid arthritis (RA) affects around 400,000 people in the UK and nearly 1.3 million adults in the US.

Women are up to three times more likely to develop the condition than men. Those with family history of rheumatoid arthritis are also more vulnerable.

It is a long-term illness in which the immune system causes the body to attack itself, causing painful, swollen and stiff joints.  

RA, the second most common form of arthritis that often begins between the ages of 40 and 50, tends to strike the hands, wrists and knees.

Scientists are currently unsure as to the exact cause of RA, but smoking, eating lots of red meat and coffee drinkers are at higher risk. 

A cure has yet to be found, but treatments are available and proven to help slow down the progressive condition. 

RA is a complex autoimmune condition that is diagnosed and treated by a Consultant Rheumatologist in secondary care and the patient is followed up on a regular basis by a consultant-led multi-disciplinary team in hospital. 

Lord Alan responds: ‘Well Shama, I’m really sad to hear that. I wish you and your family all the best for the future.’ 

Speaking the The Mirror, Shama explained how she pushed herself to carry on with the show but struggled to put her shoes on after swelling on her feet and legs.

She said she had to be well enough to look after her children, adding: ‘It’s absolutely devastating because I had so much more to bring to the table.’

Rheumatoid arthritis occurs when the immune system turns on the body and attacks cells that line the joints. Why this happens is not clear, but some evidence suggests even a minor infection can ‘trip’ the immune system into going haywire.

The condition often hits patients in teens or 20s, and there appears to be a genetic element, with the disease running in families. Women are also more likely to get it. 

The Apprentice continues tonight at 9pm on BBC One, followed by You’re Fired on BBC Two. Watch live and on-demand on BBC iPlayer. 

SPOILER: The news is set to stun the rest of the hopefuls, as Shamin then details some of the struggles she has with her condition

SPOILER: The news is set to stun the rest of the hopefuls, as Shamin then details some of the struggles she has with her condition

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