Former The Apprentice star speaks out on 'misery' of leaving competition 'Lost myself'

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Former The Apprentice star speaks out on 'misery' of leaving competition 'Lost myself'

Jessica took part in the 2016 series of The Apprentice and made it to the all-important final five. Speaking exclusively to Express.co.uk, the 35-y

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Jessica took part in the 2016 series of The Apprentice and made it to the all-important final five. Speaking exclusively to Express.co.uk, the 35-year-old admitted she was “the most miserable” she has “ever been” following her appearance on the BBC show and her television opportunities that followed. Jessica now runs classes to inspire women to transform limiting beliefs and improve their lives, which she explained was something she truly enjoys after her “bizarre” television days.

After The Apprentice, Jessica appeared on Celebrity Big Brother in 2017 and was the seventh housemate to be evicted.

Talking about the period following her appearance on The Apprentice and her television stints, Jessica remarked: “You know what? I think that was probably the most miserable that I’ve ever been.”

She continued: “When you go into a TV show, you think it’s going to be fantastic and you think all of these things are going to happen.

“And the reality of it is actually when you come off the TV, it’s actually quite depressing but you feel like you have to live up to other people’s expectations.

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When asked what advice she would give people thinking about applying to be on The Apprentice, Jessica answered: “Oh my God, I would say when you go on there, literally, go sell your business.

“Because it is an amazing opportunity to really expand your platform and actually to do what you want.

“Whereas a lot of people, when they go on it, they lose sight of their business.

“And that’s certainly what I did a little bit and I lost myself.



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