Alex Jones pays tribute to Claude Littner from The Apprentice as she discusses ‘accident.’


Alex Jones pays tribute to Claude Littner from The Apprentice as she discusses the word ‘accident.’

Because he missed the new series due to a cycling accident, ALEX JONES sent a sweet message to Lord Alan Sugar’s business associate Claude Littner.

On Wednesday night, The One Show hosts Alex Jones and Jermaine Jenas were joined by Lord Alan Sugar and Tim Campbell.

Tim revealed how it felt to be working alongside Alan after winning the first series in 2005, and the two talked about the upcoming series of the BBC reality show.

Claude Littner, Alan’s business associate and long-time Apprentice co-star, will be absent from the series due to a cycling accident, and Alex paid a sweet tribute to him during the chat.

Following their discussion of what viewers can expect from the new series, Alex mentioned that Tim would be filling in for Claude while he recovers from an accident.

“You’ve got Tim here now stepping in for Claude, along with yourself,” Alex told Lord Sugar.

“We should say, Claude, if you’re watching, get well soon,” Alex continued, sending her best wishes to the businessman.

“He’s been in an accident, hasn’t he?” “He’s been in a bad way, but he’s improving, which is good news!”

“He’s on the mend,” Jermaine said.

After fans were left perplexed by his absence from the most recent trailer, Claude reassured fans that he was “on the mend” last month.

“I had a cycling accident shortly before filing @bbcapprentice,” he tweeted.

I was unable to participate in this year’s series due to my hospitalization.

“Exciting news… I’m on my way back!”

“I was just pottering along, I must have been doing no more than 10 kilometres an hour on this sort of two road track,” Claude said, recalling the incident to PA news agency.

“The next thing I knew, I was on the left side of the road with my bike in the middle of it, and I had no idea what had happened.”

“I think I hit a pothole or something similar, but I must have blanked out at the point of impact because I was lying on the ground the next thing I knew.”

“So you won 17 years ago, how did it feel?” Alex asked on Wednesday’s episode of The One Show.

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