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The Apprentice's Reece Donnelly's best pals say he's 'life and soul' of party and back him to win

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Scots Apprentice contestant Reece Donnelly is the 'life and soul' of every party according to his best pals, who have given an insight into his life.Businesswomen Kirsten Cameron and Amy Moore, who own Aquarius Creative, a talent agency based in Uddingston, say that they're confident Reece has what it takes to win the popular BBC programme.Theatre boss Reece, 25, from Glasgow, also has a bit of a sassy side to him with viewers experiencing that last Thursday after he snapping at a co-star in the boardroom as he narrowly avoided being fired by Lord Sugar.But both Kirsten and Amy say that away from work he likes a good night out and is usually found dancing on a table or away collecting props of some sort to party with.They said: "We are so proud of him and feel like he was made for this.

He has an amazing business behind him, he's so confident and he knows how to put his place in the boardroom."He knows what he wants and he knows how to get it, and he's just being his true self on The Apprentice."Speaking to the Record at the press launch of their new reality TV show 'The Agency: Unfiltered' on BBC Scotland, Kirsten and Amy also opened up about holidaying with Reece.They added: "We have had quite a few trips away with him, and he's the life and soul of the party. "We were in Dubai with him and he was in the costume cupboard getting the outfits on that the staff were wearing, and dancing on the table and stuff like that.""He's a good laugh, he always brings the party and you know when he's going on a night out it's always going to be fun."The Apprentice continues on Thursday on BBC One at 9pm. Get the latest celebrity gossip and telly news sent straight to your inbox.

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