3 Reasons Singaporeans Must Watch ‘Apprentice’ Episode 11

With only three episodes of “The Apprentice: ONE Championship Edition” left, there’s a myriad of reasons why Singaporeans can’t miss the next episode.

However, we’ve narrowed the reasons down to the most pertinent three.

Here’s why local viewers need to catch Episode 11 of the toughest version of “The Apprentice” in reality television history.

#1 Only Four Global Candidates Remain

When “The Apprentice” began in March, 16 global candidates set off on a journey through ONE Championship’s world of physical tasks and business challenges, but now, only four of those candidates remain.

Louie Sangalang, Jessica Ramella, Irina Chadsey, and Monica Millington have earned their rightful spots in the final four.

The remaining candidates are closer than ever to winning the US$250,000 job offer to work as ONE Chairman and CEO Chatri Sityodtong’s Chief Of Staff, so expect each one to bring something new and dynamic to the table in Episode 11.

#2 A Pair Of Local NGOs Will Be Featured

For most of the season, the global bunch has worked under the watchful eye of mentors from all across the world. Now they will help two Singaporean NGOs: LOVE, NILS and Habitat for Humanity Singapore.

LOVE, NILS dedicates its time and resources to helping the families of children who are undergoing cancer treatment. Habitat for Humanity Singapore, on the other hand, helps build homes for the less fortunate.

With that said, Episode 11 will still feature two guest advisors.

#3 Special Guest Advisors

For a while, Chatri and co-advisor Niharika Singh were the only representatives from ONE to advise the guests, but that will all change in Episode 11.

ONE Group President Hua Fung Teh will join his associates to mentor the candidates in the next business task. However, he won’t be alone.

Hua Fung will be joined by Twilio Founder and CEO Jeff Lawson, so expect some dynamic feedback in the boardroom.

Catch all the drama of “The Apprentice: ONE Championship Edition” on AXN this Thursday, 27 May, at 8:50 p.m.

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