Its been ages! Lord Sugar mocked over desperate plea to Graham Norton to get on show

Its been ages! Lord Sugar mocked over desperate plea to Graham Norton to get on show

01/10/2022

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The Apprentice boss Alan Sugar, 74, has been teased by his Twitter followers after he asked Graham Norton to invite him as a guest on his Friday night chat show.  

In view of his 5.2 million followers, Lord Sugar said: “@Grahnort it’s been ages since I’ve been on your show.  

“I’m in Miami and can zoom in anytime.

“It’s about time you gave The Apprentice a boost after so long, it’s breaking all records with viewing figures.

“You might find me a bit boring but I’ve some good anecdotes. CAN YOU DM ME.”

It didn’t take long for users to poke fun at the Amstrad founder.

Several compared Alan’s tweet to the hit Eminem song, Stan.

Matthew quoted some of the lyrics, tailoring them to Alan’s plea: “Dear @grahnort, I wrote you but still ain’t callin’… There probably was a problem with my Amstrad emailer or somethin’.”

A user named NFL said: “If Alan Partridge rapped Eminem’s Stan…”

Another shared a GIF of Ricky Gervais’ David Brent saying: “I’ve got anecdotes, I’ve got things to say if people will listen but they won’t.”

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And Tim quipped: “They’ve got a cancellation Alan, Bez from the Happy Mondays can’t make it, contact the production team immediately, you’re in!”

The Apprentice returned on Thursday, with a fresh batch of 16 hopeful candidates battling it out for Lord Sugar’s £250,000 investment.

Before its debut last week, Alan discussed whether he believed the new generation of contestants are prepared for the tasks ahead.

He told press including Express.co.uk: “They fall for the same things, the same traps and all that stuff.

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