09:35 14 July 2011
Natasha Scribbins has become the latest contestant to be fired after failing this weeks fast food task.
In the penultimate episode, Lord Sugar challenged the candidates to create the next fast food restaurant chain.
Team Venture, project managed by Jim Eastwood, went with a Mexican restaurant, while Team Logic, headed by Helen Milligan, went for an all-English restaurant.
Sugar and thirteen industry experts then awarded each restaurant a mark out of ten for brand identity, food, experience and buy ability.
The experts awarded Ventures Caracas restaurant an average score of four out of ten, however Logics MyPy triumphed overall with a score of seven out of ten.
Scribbins was joined in the boardroom by Jim and Susie, but Lord Sugar ultimately decided to give Natasha the boot, saying:
"You started off like a house on fire but I have found you a little lacklustre in the last few weeks... you're fired!"
In the taxi home Scribbins claimed that she thought she was leaving the process with her "head held high".
Her departure leaves Susan Ma, Helen Milligan, Jim Eastwood and Tom Pellereau to battle it out for the chance to become Lord Sugars business partner.
The winner will receive £250,000-worth of Lord Sugars investment to expand or start-up a business.
Catch the Apprentice final Sunday 17 July at 9pm on BBC One.
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