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Karren Brady and her husband Paul Peschisolido don face masks as they watch West Ham United game

Karren Brady and her husband Paul Peschisolido don face masks amid COVID-19 crisis as they watch West Ham United triumph over ChelseaB

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Karren Brady and her husband Paul Peschisolido don face masks amid COVID-19 crisis as they watch West Ham United triumph over Chelsea

She is one of Britain’s most successful businesswoman, Apprentice advisor and vice-chairman of West Ham United.

And Karren Brady looked focused as she watched her team triumph over Chelsea at London stadium on Wednesday. 

 The star, 51, and her husband Paul Peschisolido took precautions against coronavirus as they donned face masks – Karren’s a pale blue and Paul’s emblazoned with West Ham’s club badge – to watch the team win 3-2.

Game face: Karren Brady looked focused as she watched her team triumph over Chelsea at London stadium on Wednesday (above with husband Paul Peschisolido)

Game face: Karren Brady looked focused as she watched her team triumph over Chelsea at London stadium on Wednesday (above with husband Paul Peschisolido)

Karren cut a chic figure in a sports luxe look comprising of a pink blouse and black jumper, teamed with matching joggers.

The star forewent her heels for the day and wore cream trainers.

Her brunette tresses were styled in soft waves while her pretty features were enhanced with a radiant palette of make-up.

The star was seen enthusiastically cheering as the team gained a crucial three points and fought to avoid relegation.

Go for it: Karren cut a chic figure in a sports luxe look comprising of a pink blouse and black jumper, teamed with matching joggers

Go for it: Karren cut a chic figure in a sports luxe look comprising of a pink blouse and black jumper, teamed with matching joggers

This comes as  Lord Sugar revealed the BBC is in talks to air two series of the Apprentice in one year after filming for the latest show was cancelled due to coronavirus.

The Apprentice boss, 73, told MailOnline producers hope they can start shooting for series 16 in September and put the show on at the start of 2021.

Businessman Lord Sugar, who aims to do another four series of the Apprentice before retiring, said: ‘We hope that if things calm down by July we might be able to start filming in September, in which case the show will be on early next year.’  

Speaking exclusively to MailOnline, Lord Sugar continued: ‘But if that’s not possible then it looks like we’re going to skip a whole year.

Watching on: The star, 51, and her husband Paul Peschisolido took precautions against coronavirus as they donned face masks - Karren's a pale blue and Paul's emblazoned with West Ham's club badge - to watch the team win 3-2

Watching on: The star, 51, and her husband Paul Peschisolido took precautions against coronavirus as they donned face masks – Karren’s a pale blue and Paul’s emblazoned with West Ham’s club badge – to watch the team win 3-2

Focus: Her brunette tresses were styled in soft waves while her pretty features were enhanced with a radiant palette of make-up

Focus: Her brunette tresses were styled in soft waves while her pretty features were enhanced with a radiant palette of make-up

‘It’s a shame but it’s understandable, there’s nothing we can do. It’s not the death of the programme. The programme will proceed.  

‘That’s one of the things we’re considering, to have two series air in one year. It will be a big challenge to do but it’s possible.

‘The production company already has a group of candidates that were ready to be in this next series and those candidates have been told to standby and see what happens.    

Taking it in: The star had eyes for the game as she sat in the stands

Taking it in: The star had eyes for the game as she sat in the stands

‘It is quite obvious when you think about it, the filming normally starts in the spring, late spring and of course we don’t see that the crisis will be over anywhere near that. 

‘Part of the Apprentice process is travelling abroad, to go into factories and kitchens and make things and get the assistance of third party companies to allow us in their premises so obviously that’s not possible – and until that is possible, we can’t film the show.’ 

Lord Sugar has vowed to front the Apprentice for another four years but says the fate of the show is in the hands of BBC One bosses.

All systems go: The Apprentice boss, who's supported by advisors Karren and Claude Littner, told MailOnline producers hope they can start shooting for series 16 in September

All systems go: The Apprentice boss, who’s supported by advisors Karren and Claude Littner, told MailOnline producers hope they can start shooting for series 16 in September 

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