According to the man himself, Sir Alan Sugar will not be as rough with the contestants on The Junior Apprentice as he has been in the other seasons.
Ahead of the premiere of The Junior Apprentice this week, Sir Alan Sugar has said he will not be as harsh on the 16 and 17-year-olds.
“The knack of talking to youngsters is not to be too condescending but also to have a firmness about what you’re saying.” he has said.
“But at the same time recognising that you shouldn’t kind of vilify them individually.”
The 63-year-old has said he believes he is taking a headmaster role with the junior candidates and that they will love to hate him.
Meanwhile, Sugar has recently hit out at the BBC for postponing the upcoming season of the regular Apprentice as he was too closely involved in the Labour Party in the run-up to the election.
He is disappointed that Andrew Lloyd Webber’s show Over The Rainbow has been allowed to appear during this time when Lloyd Webber has openly spoken out on support of Cameron.
The Junior Apprentice kicks-off this Wednesday, at 9pm on BBC One.
Source: Digital Spy