The Kildare woman did not think she could have done anything differently, after she was sent home in a taxi.
A woman from Kildare is the first contestant to be fired from the new season on The Apprentice on BBC TV.
Emma Browne found herself on the losing team after the candidates jetted off to the Caribbean following the lifting of all Covid-19 restrictions.
The 18 contestants were tasked with creating and selling excursions to tourists in Antigua as they were split into two groups, men and women.
Emma Browne said she had an outstanding and profitable business idea and did not think she could have done anything differently, after she was sent home in a taxi.