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Jenny Celerier was a 36-year-old sales manager living in Leicester when she entered The Apprentice series 4.

In the second week of The Apprentice, Jenny Celerier was made project manager of the women's team, who did very poorly.

Jenny Celerier brought back into the boardroom Lucinda Ledgerwood, with whom she constantly bickered and the person Sir Alan Sugar eventually fired, Shazia Wahab.

Although Jenny survived that occasion, she was fired in The Apprentice in week seven, which also saw Jennifer fired.

Jenny Celerier, who was born in Ipswich, has a BA in Marketing from De Montford University.

Like The Apprentice series 3 runner-up Kristina Grimes and the almost winning Katie Hopkins from the same series, Jenny Celerier is a single mother.

Jenny Celerier had her son, Simon, when she was just 18 and while raising him, gained her degree and pursued her career.

For a while in the 1990s Jenny's field was social work, but she retrained for business and has been named Salesperson Of The Year three times.

In 2006, Jenny Celerier contracted meningitis, but by the time of The Apprentice, she was back at work overseeing a team of 16.

Jenny Celerier had been working at The Mark Group, a business dealing with energy efficiency, and her boss their Bill Rumble was so impressed with her that he decided to write a blog about Jenny Celerier's progress on The Apprentice.

The Sun had a report in which Jenny Celerier's ex husband, truck driver Dean McLellan, was critical of her.

Jenny Celerier told Digital Spy that after The Apprentice she and Kristina Grimes set up a business called KGJC, which delivers an event called Raising The Bar.



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