Next the teams were tasked with shooting their commercials.Jonathan and Jack went off to film theirs, with Jonathan taking charge of the directing for his team. Jack told Jonathan: 'I don't think there would ever be a case when you weren't directing this commercial.'Viewers also enjoyed the element of friction in the room as laid-back Jonathan tried to hurry Jack along, at one point climbing over him on the chair, as Jack tried to bash out his ideas on his laptop.Later, the teams headed to County Hall to take a look at the rooms that they had to dress for the launch. Then I called my husband and he knew why I was here and he said "You're staying". After the commercial, one man questioned whether the game was too intimate, as boys of that age might not want to get so close to other boys or girls.Gok felt under pressure to deliver as he was known for being a stylist.'I do feel like I have to reinvent Gucci,' he said nervously. Honest to God, I feel like I'm going to leave after this.' She then stormed out of the room. He knows how passionate I am about this.'However, Michelle tried to make friends after seeing the performance of the dancers that Patsy had choreographed. Patsy replied: 'It's just our experience of doing the advert. They were more than happy to roll around.' As the launch came to a close, the teams relaxed for the first time in three days, and Sir Alan began consulting with the industry experts.Despite a bit a run-in between Patsy and Michelle, they showed their 'Stick Stuck' had a likelier future than the 'Swap Belt' - and so tonight one of the boys will be subjected to the boardroom ignominy normally reserved for wannables on Sir Alan's show.Losers: Gerald Ratner, Jonathan Ross, Jack Dee, Gok Wan and Alan Carr sportingly applaud the girls after Sir Alan's verdict Last night's programme began with the ten celebrities gathered nervously in the lobby, before Sir Alan called them into the boardroom.
Gok suggested making a yo-yo, but Jonathan didn't think it was innovative enough an idea. She liked the idea and suggested the name - Swap Belt.
A statement added: “The couple are currently on honeymoon in Mexico and are planning a big celebration with all their family and friends back in the UK later this summer. Alongside the snap of the two peeking out of a striped beach tent, he wrote: “After 10 days of tacos and tequila this sadly is the only thing that fits me.
With a long list of celebrity friends including singer Adele, fashion guru and presenter Gok Wan and TV and radio presenter Melanie Sykes, the wedding will likely be a star-studded event.
Alongside the snap of the two peeking out of a striped beach tent, he wrote: “After 10 days of tacos and tequila this sadly is the only thing that fits me.
A high-profile sacking is in store tonight on Comic Relief when one of the defeated boys from Comic Relief's Celebrity Apprentice will be fired by Sir Alan Sugar.