Fired Apprentice contestant Kenna Ngoma eyes up Love Island in bid to become reality TV star

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The latest casualty of the Apprentice boardroom is keen to ensure that his time in the spotlight isn’t up yet – and is even eyeing up a spot of Love Island to continue his journey to reality TV stardom.

Kenna Ngoma failed to step up to the plate as PM during tonight’s ice lolly challenge, delivering a dodgy ‘bespoke’ ice lolly that resembled a penis more than anything.

So when the boys were named as the losing team, Kenna found himself in the way of Lord Sugar’s pointed finger and was subsequently fired.

Speaking to Mirror TV following the firing, Kenna said that the experience certainly hadn’t put him off appearing in more reality TV shows and is keen to stay on telly.



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Fired Apprentice star Kenna Ngoma is keen to stay in the limelight



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He was left devastated when he was fired tonight

He said: “Definitely, because it’s a way to keep my business in the public eye to do more TV work.”

Asked whether he’d be interested in doing Love Island, he replied: “Yeah that’s on my to do list! Not to find love, obviously.”

Speaking about his future plans, Kenna said: “For me, it’s to launch my vegan apple and cheese ice cream product my Christmas time. But yeah, definitely like I said, to stay in the public eye and to do more TV work.”



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Kenna was frozen out of the competition during the ice lolly challenge



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The premium ice lollies looked worryingly like penises

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Kenna admitted that he was “genuinely shocked” to be fired and described it as “horrible”.

“I thought I was staying in the boardroom for 59 minutes,” he said. “At the end I was like, ‘Oh s***, dean’s staying, it’s got to be me’.”

Questioned about whether being part of the process was what he expected: “Yes and no. It was as intense as I thought it would be but being in it, now you understand why people look the way they do.

“Last week, for example, where Ryan had mistaken a rhino for an elephant, I was thinking ‘This is scripted, they’re telling them to do this’ but literally, it was 1,000 meters away and you genuinely understand why he made that mistake. So being part of the process you understand why these things happen.”

*The Apprentice returns next Wednesday at 9pm on BBC One



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