THE Apprentice has been thrilling fans since it first landed on our screens in 2005.
Over the years there have been 16 winners who have all heard those immortal words from Lord Sugar, "You're hired!"
Carina won The Apprentice her artisan baking business, and is the current reigning champ as there was no show in 2020 and 2021 due to the pandemic.
She's from south London and she beat recruitment consultant Scarlett Allen-Horton.
She's also opened a new branch of Dough Artisan Bakehouse in Beckenham, with Alan Sugar there with her for the reveal.
Swimwear designer Sian Gabbidon was chosen as the winner of the 14th series of The Apprentice in 2018.
The sophisticated beauty from Leeds beat a number of fierce competitors for her title, including milk entrepreneur Camilla Ainsworth, to win a £250,000 investment in her fashion brand.
Sian previously shared that Coco Chanel was one of her role models when it comes to business as she "came from nothing and worked her way to the top."
It went without saying that this beauty has brains, having famously stressed that she was brought up to win in life – which is basically what she did while competing on the show.
James White and Sarah Lynn made it all the way to the final – and in an unprecedented twist, they were BOTH crowned winners, receiving £250,000 investment from Lord Sugar.
The duo impressed the business legend with their business plans for IT recruitment and confectionery respectively, meaning he had to fork out half a million pounds in total.