Stuart ‘The Brand’ Baggs thinks he looked fat on The Apprentice
Stuart ‘The Brand’ Baggs has claimed that the camera added ten stone to his weight, when he appeared on ‘The Apprentice’.
The 22-year-old entrepreneur – whose corny catchphrases earned him notoriety on the BBC business based reality Tv show – joked that he looked like a ‘baby stuck in a jam jar.’
He said: “They say the camera adds 10lbs, but I think it added 10 tonnes to me on ‘The Apprentice’.
“It was bad, especially when I had to wear a helmet on the racetrack. I looked like a baby stuck in a jam jar.”
However, the big headed businessman – who narrowly missed out on a place in ‘The Apprentice’ final after failing to impress boss Lord Alan Sugar at the interview stage of the business competition – believes once he shifts the pounds, he will be a “flawless diamond”.
Stuart added to Reveal magazine: “Although I’m big-headed and egotistical, I can still look in the mirror and think, ‘F***ing hell, I’m fat’.
“Plus, being fat is the only flaw I’ve got so, once that’s eliminated, I’ll be a flawless diamond.”