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Sunday 21 December 2014

Leah Totton deserves to see all her hard work rewarded by being crowned winner

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Leah Totton, one of the contestants in this year's BBC programme, The Apprentice.
Leah Totton (left) and Luisa Zissman, the two final candidates in this year's The Apprentice.
(left to right) Leah Totton, Francesca MacDuff and Luisa Zissman as they takes part in the latest task for the BBC1 programme, The Apprentice
Leah Totten is among the favourites to win this year's series of The Apprentice

She's the Londonderry heir apparent to be Lord Sugar’s new leading lady of The Apprentice 2013.

Stunning blue-eyed blonde hospital doctor Leah Totton — bookies favourite to win the BBC One TV show competition — has proved that she is far more than just a pretty face.

Londonderry born medic Leah is up against English cake shop owner Luisa Zissman in this Wednesday’s nail-biting final of The Apprentice.

There’s a glittering prize of a £250,000 investment sum and the opportunity to become a business partner with The Apprentice mainman, Lord Sugar.

Wednesday will see 24-yearold Leah and 25-year-old Luisa team up with other ‘class of 2013’ contestants for the final task — launching their own respective businesses.

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