No wannabe TV personalities need apply for The Apprentice

The Limerick woman who landed a €100,000-a-year job as Bill Cullen’s Apprentice last year has said that anyone who wants to become a television star should ‘‘steer well clear’’ of the reality television show as they will ‘‘get found out in the end’’.

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Ian Kehoe

2nd May, 2009

The Limerick woman who landed a €100,000-a-year job as Bill Cullen’s Apprentice last year has said that anyone who wants to become a television star should ‘‘steer well clear’’ of the reality television show as they will ‘‘get found out in the end’’.

Brenda Shanahan, a bridal shop owner who won the Irish version of The Apprentice last year, said that only people who...

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