Dillon St. Paul on his exit from The Apprentice: “I was really disappointed”

He's sad to be leaving the show, but is proud of how far he's come.

Dillon was fired last night
Dillon was fired last night

Irish star of The Apprentice Dillon St. Paul was fired on last night’s episode, after 9 weeks on the show. The Limerick native was fired by Alan Sugar after his team failed to impress Lord Sugar with their virtual reality game.

VIP Magazine had an exclusive chat will Dillon about his exit from the reality series. He told us about his overall experience on the BBC programme, and how it felt hearing those harsh words from Alan Sugar himself.

“It felt really disappointing. I kind of was sad as well because I knew that I wouldn’t see my squad back at the house, so I was really disappointed that I knew I had come to the end of the line and knew that I wasn’t going to see my friends again, so that was sad…but week nine out of twelve episodes, that’s pretty good going you know?”

Dillon is getting behind Jessica to win the series.
Dillon is getting behind Jessica to win the series.

Despite taking part in his final challenge, businessman Dillon will continue to watch the final three weeks of The Apprentice. He also revealed that he’s now putting his money on Jessica to win.

“Of course (I will be tuning in), why not? To be honest I’m delighted that i’ve come this far, I’m very proud of coming this far so I’ll definitely be tuning in. I’m rooting for Jessica, because she’s a very strong candidate. She’s very charismatic, she’s got great business acumen, she’s brilliant at costings and figures, and she’s also got a big personality to go with it.

“(The overall experience) has been really positive I’ve gotten to experience things that I never would have got to do in the real world. In three words I’d have to say the experience was amazing, memorable and unreal!”

We think he did a fantastic job.

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