The Apprentice’s Ryan-Mark Parsons joins Daily Star Online for new TV column

Former star of The Apprentice Ryan-Mark Parsons is joining Daily Star Online for a brand new column covering all things television.

During his time on The Apprentice last year, the then 19-year-old was the show's youngest ever candidate – but that didn't hold him back in the boardroom.

Known for his no-nonsense comments – he labelled his co-stars as a "waste of space" and "desperate" – Ryan-Mark can be trusted to tell it how it is.

Often controversial, Ryan-Mark will bring his no-holds-barred opinions to Daily Star Online, talking about the biggest events in television.

From this year's UK-based I'm A Celebrity, to Britain's Got Talent's live shows going ahead without big boss Simon Cowell, Ryan-Mark has an opinion on it all.

Ahead of his first column, launching soon, Ryan-Mark said: "I'm so thrilled to be starting my new role as a columnist for Daily Star Online.

"As millions of people know from watching me on The Apprentice, I don't hold back and I'm super excited to be sharing my no-nonsense views with all of the readers.

"Sassy. Opinionated. Classic Ryan-Mark."

He became an internet sensation after his reaction to a rollercoaster ride at Thorpe Park went viral, with more than 10,000 hashtags about him.

Ryan-Mark's flamboyant ways have seen him snatch headlines all around the world.

In the weeks following his firing in Week Eight of The Apprentice, the 20-year-old was hospitalised after he dropped "£1000 caviar on his foot".

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And in December last year, he was photographed in a London McDonald's eating his fast food with a knife and fork.

Since then, the larger-than-life personality has made bombshell claims on Good Morning Britain during a debate over the sale of koala fur.

He suggested that the fur of the koalas that died in the Australian bushfire could be sold to raise money for injured animals in rescue centres.

His comments were met with backlash and many branded his views "disgusting".

With The Apprentice taking a year out in 2020 due to the coronavirus pandemic, fans can still get a taste with Ryan-Mark's column on Daily Star Online.

And with Lord Alan Sugar admitting that he was firing Ryan-Mark "with regret" at the time, you'll regret not keeping an eye out for his first explosive column.

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